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  • 11 must-see flicks at this year’s NZIFF

    It’s that time again cinephiles, the New Zealand International Film Festival (NZIFF) returns to Auckland from 14 July – 6 August, and to Wellington from 28 July – 13 August. You are really spoiled for choice with 21

    July 8, 2017 • Film, News, NZIFF, Video, What's On • Views: 1104

  • Personal Shopper NZIFF Review

    Director Olivier Assayas returns with Kirsten Stewart in tow after last years’ elegantly wafting take on waning fame and power.  2015 NZIFF entry The Clouds of Sils Maria chronicled how some people will do anything to claw

    July 28, 2016 • Film, NZIFF, What's On • Views: 611

  • The Rehearsal NZIFF review        

    As the centerpiece film of the 2016 New Zealand International Film Festival, The Rehearsal has a lot to prove. Based on the first book by Eleanor Catton – albeit with many changes – the film tells the story of Stanley, a

    July 25, 2016 • Film, NZIFF, What's On • Views: 2474

  • Weiner NZIFF review

    Tell many bare faced lies, don’t make good on campaign promises, go to war against the wishes of the people, but for gods sake don’t get horny! It seems in the Politics of America, the moral compass is all skew-whiff.

    July 23, 2016 • Film, NZIFF, What's On • Views: 584

  • Our picks for NZIFF 2016

    The New Zealand International Film festival , NZIFF, is in its 48th year, and has over 150 feature films and documentaries chosen from premier festivals in North America, Australia and Europe. To make choosing your schedule a

    July 1, 2016 • Film, NZIFF, What's On • Views: 1731

  • Being Evel Review NZIFF

    As this cleverly worded title suggests Being Evel documents the life of superstar daredevil Robert ‘Evel’ Knievel, focusing on interviews with his former friends, lovers and to balance it out a couple of his enemies; though

    July 30, 2015 • Film, NZIFF, Video, What's On • Views: 1132

  • Turbo Kid NZIFF Review

    Turbo Kid follows a young orphan scavenger in a post apocalyptic 1997. He has survived this baron environment by trading various items for water. The Kid’s one escape from this nightmarish world is comic books, and his comic

    July 24, 2015 • Film, NZIFF, Video • Views: 1176

  • Ever The Land NZIFF Review

    Filmmaker and Director Sarah Grohnert and Alex Behse Producer held the worldwide premiere of their film Ever The Land  Three years in the making, Ever The Land explores and captures the bond between people and

    July 20, 2015 • Film, NZIFF • Views: 1145

  • Price of Peace Film Review NZIFF

    At times The Price of Peace sits awkwardly between a modern day biopic, centralized around the stout, yet interesting, Tame Iti, and a history lesson in the foregone events of Tuhoe’s past. While it could be seen as an expose

    July 16, 2015 • Film, NZIFF, Video • Views: 1689

  • 10 must see films at NZIFF 2015

    Your winter is about to get a lot more interesting. The New Zealand International Film Festival will be with us in Auckland from 16 July until 2 August  (and all around the country throughout the winter weeks). The programme

    July 12, 2015 • Film, NZIFF, Video, What's On • Views: 3216