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Vertigo, Psycho, Rear Window & more!
Oscar films and true stories arrive this mid-Autumn.
From Netflix exclusives to some choice catalogue picks, May’s looking good.
The youngsters have spoken, or perhaps their parents, or just the young-at-heart.
Our preview audiences praised the crowd-pleasing rom-com
A family of four can go to the flicks for less than $50.
Speakers include Niki Caro, Haifaa Al-Mansour & our own PM.
DC superhero pummels new releases, including another red dude.
And the tagline? “A higher calling.”
Netflix thriller The Perfection is imperfect but watchable batshit excess
Everything on NEON this June, including the Deadwood movie
What does the film future hold for the stars of Game of Thrones?
Cannes: we saw Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Registrations open for the 2019 Vista Foundation 48Hours competition
The Hummingbird Project probes into sticky, sharply topical ethical quandaries
Detective Pikachu and John Wick team up to defeat Avengers
Cannes: Rocketman soars, Herzog’s latest, Tarantino the gatecrasher & more
Cruel Intentions is 20 years old, still darkly perverse and delightfully depraved
Once again, Māori TV On Demand are showing some great films for free
Flicks in Cannes: early looks at great films that will get the world talking
First NZIFF titles announced for 2019 include a couple we’ve been dying to see
It’s not the best John Wick film, but Parabellum is still a bloody good time
Films from the great Merata Mita you can watch online right now
We attend Cannes opening film, Jim Jarmusch’s not very well-told zombie comedy
Flat Netflix comedy Wine Country’s characters would make hospo staff call in sick