Tūrangawaewae: A Place to Stand begins with a pepeha. The maunga: Maungakiekie, Rangitoto, and Maungarei. The awa: the Tāmaki River. The documentary features Yvonne and her whāngai mother, Rangi, as well as whāea Niki and Rose. They talk about housing in te ao Māori, sharing stories from their past, feelings towards the present, and reflecting on the future.

Still from Tūrangawaewae: a Place to Stand (2017). HD video, 26 min.

This short documentary was created with Yvonne Dainty for her master's degree.