News & Opinion
The Vista Foundation 48Hours Grand Finals are almost upon us
18 films are about to square off in this year’s Grand Finals.
What to watch on Neon, Netflix, and other streaming services right now
The best new releases to hit streaming services over the past week.
The 2021 French Film Festival Aotearoa brings an impressive programme to cinemas
An enticing selection of French noir, drama, comedy and more…
Acclaimed Tina Turner documentary headlines this year’s Doc Edge festival
TINA is one of the crown jewels of this year’s Doc Edge Festival.
The Sir Dave Dobbyn Collection comes to NZ On Screen for NZ Music Month
Watch one of Aotearoa’s most beloved musical legends in videos throughout his storied career.
The full list of 2021 Oscars winners
Catch up on this year’s Oscars winners.
The best movies and shows coming to Netflix in May
May’s new releases feature lots of stars – and a zombie tiger?!
Nomadland, Made for Love and everything else on Neon this May
And make some noise for the new season of Shrill!
Without Remorse promises a bunch of Michael B. Jordan butt-kicking
An ex-Navy SEAL is out for revenge in new action-thriller streaming this month.
School holiday films playing in NZ cinemas
There are plenty of worthwhile family films playing in Aotearoa cinemas.
Win double passes to acclaimed drama First Cow
One of 2020’s best films is finally heading to Aotearoa cinemas.
Proud Voices launches to celebrate queer content creators in Aotearoa
Proud Voices launches with an event in Auckland on Saturday April 17.
Trailer and release date for family drama Fast and Furious 9
Another instalment in this long-running family drama franchise is coming our way.
Win double passes to see Guy Ritchie’s new action-thriller Wrath of Man
Jason Statham looks to be in maximum action mode in Wrath of Man.
Watch the trailer to Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead and find out where to see it
Snyder’s zombie heist movie is streaming next month.
How to watch the Academy Awards in Aotearoa
Find out how you can spend a public holiday watching this year’s Oscars.
Win double passes to 1980s surf doco Girls Can’t Surf
New doco recounts the fight against sexism in 1980s professional surfing.
Next week we’ll be able to see Justice is Gray (no, this is not an April Fool’s gag)
Another version of Justice League comes to screens in Aotearoa next week.
Southeast Auckland has a brand new cinema complex
Hoyts Ormiston is now open for business with eight screens of entertainment.
A year on from lockdown, revisit Aotearoa’s burst of creativity
The Lockdown Collection spotlights Aotearoa’s creative output during 2020’s lockdown.
NZIFF 2021 pushed back to October, but it’s great to know it will still happen
Whānau Mārama: New Zealand International Film Festival will be fully cinema-based again.