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Not news per se, but news-ish.
Swap your chair for a year: Win a year’s worth of free reclining at Hoyts Wairau Park or Metro by Hoyts Hamilton.
Applications are now open for the Aotearoa Short Film Lab, a prestigious hothouse mentoring scheme for screenwriters and filmmakers.
The Korean Film Festival is bringing ‘Okja’ to Auckland & Hamilton cinemas for free!
The Arohanui Film Festival is back. Turning a former bra factory into a big-screen space for film lovers, the fest showcases numerous…
In time with its recent trailer drop, keen fans can now secure tickets to the eighth episode in the Star Wars saga – The Last Jedi.…
Prepare yourself. NZ’s biggest short film festival kicks off end of October.
Tickets are now on sale for the Show Me Shorts Film Festival 2017 Opening Night and Awards Ceremony on Saturday 28 October in Auckland at…
Show Me Shorts, New Zealand’s biggest short film festival, has announced its dates and locations for its 12th season. The festival…
Script to Screen is presenting a series of TALKS at the NZ International Film Festival with the filmmakers behind: My Year With Helen,…
Young film-makers have the opportunity to learn and hone their craft with school holiday workshops on offer in Tauranga. The workshops are…
The New Zealand International Film Festival has announced a behemoth-sized list of 21 titles from Cannes playing as part of the 2017…
Not to be confused for the creepy clown movie, the 1927 classic It starring screen legend Clara Bow has been announced as the Live Cinema…
Win a Year of Free Movies with Hoyts Recliners
Attention Filmmakers: Applications for the 2018 Short Film Lab Are Now Open
“I hope the film gets people talking.” Get to know the Wahine Behind ‘Waru’
The Flicks Interviews
Review: ‘Waru’ Carries the Spread & Whaea Power of a Shotgun
Box Office Top 10, 11 October
You Can See ‘Okja’ on the Big-Screen Thanks to the Korean Film Festival
Review: The Leads Strengthen ‘The Mountain Between Us’
Review: Jessica Rothe Goes a Long Way to Make ‘Happy Death Day’ Watchable
Arohanui Film Festival Announces First 3 Films – All of Them NZ Premieres
New & Cool Films Coming to Neon, Netflix, Disc & VOD this October
Opinion + Features
Review: ‘Blade Runner 2049’ is Enigmatic, Bold & Continually Intriguing
6 Films for the Family These School Holidays
‘Blade Runner’ – Recapped in Two Minutes
The Greatest Stephen King Film Adaptations – Ranked By You
Review: ‘Mountain’ is Gripping, Hypnotic, Poetic & Awe-Inducing
Review: ‘Final Portrait’ Succumbs to Half-Baked Slightness
Films to Feast Your Eyes On in October