Hinemoa was a silent film made in New Zealand by Gaston Méliès in 1913.
Hinemoa is possibly the first film to have been made in New Zealand, although it is doubtful whether the film was ever screened in the country.
Hinemoa was an early film produced in New Zealand in 1914. It was claimed to be the first feature film produced in New Zealand, although it should not be confused with a film of the same name shot by Gaston Méliès a year earlier. It was billed as "The first big dramatic work filmed and acted in the land of the Moa"
Hinemoa is a popular female Māori given name, often shortened to Hine. It is also used in the following contexts:
- Hinemoa (gastropod) a genus of small sea snails
- Hinemoa and Tutanekai - a Māori legend about a couple kept apart (like Romeo and Juliet)
- Hinemoa (1913 film) - a silent film made in New Zealand (1913) by Gaston Méliès
- Hinemoa (1914 film) - a silent film made in New Zealand (1914) by George Tarr
- The Romance of Hine-moa a silent film made in New Zealand (1927) by Gustav Pauli
- Placostylus ambagiosus hinemoa - a subspecies of very large, air-breathing land snail
- Margarella antipoda hinemoa - a subspecies of sea snail
- GSS Hinemoa - a New Zealand government steamer