Win Once Upon a Time in Hollywood on Blu-ray
“I cannot wait to have it age like a fine wine upon countless repeat viewings.”
Best films to watch this weekend—Helen Mirren, Shaun the Sheep & more
Big screen, small screen, every screen’s got something to watch.
We’re giving away tickets to January’s Laneway Festival
We’ll see you up front for Charli XCX and King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard
James Cameron shares a set photo from the first of four Avatar sequels
Nearly a decade after the first movie’s release, Avatar 2 is still shooting.
All the films playing at Auckland’s Silo Park this summer
Aladdin, The Lion King, Yesterday, Apollo 11—oh, my!
What to watch this weekend, from ear-worm to whodunnit and more
Something for all the family, and some other things about families.
‘Downright liberating’: the first reviews for Greta Gerwig’s Little Women are in
Ronan, Pugh, and Gerwig’s “modern eye” are being hailed by 98% of critics.
Fantastic Four director Josh Trank pens two-star review of his forgotten film
“That said…I don’t regret any of it.”
Reel Anime to bring four new anime films to NZ cinemas
Includes an NZIFF-selected fantasy adventure.
Everything on NEON this December, including Cold Pursuit and Destroyer
A cold crime comedy for the sweltering summer season?
What to watch this weekend—Mandalorian, Knives Out & more
Don’t see anything. See the best things.
Everything on Netflix this December, including The Witcher and Michael Bay’s latest
The Witcher, Marriage Story, 6 Underground, and heaps more.
How to watch Disney+ in NZ
What it is, what you need, what it costs, and what to watch.
Elf returns to select NZ cinemas this Christmas
Forget Frozen II. See the Will Ferrell classic instead.
The Academy disqualifies another international entry in ‘foreign language’ debate
Nigeria and Austria’s international features have been booted from the race.
There’s a 24 Hour Movie Marathon for NZ’s most dedicated film nerds
What’s showing? You don’t know.
Goodnight Kiwi returns, this time streaming and with familiar faces
Iconic animated duo and special guests team up for bedtime story classics.
What to watch this weekend
Flicks-approved recommendations in cinemas and streaming this weekend.
It’s November 2019 – what did Blade Runner get right about the present day?
The 1982 sci-fi classic correctly predicted virtual assistants and video calling
Martin Scorsese doubles down on anti-Marvel stance in opinion piece
“The act of simply writing those words fills me with terrible sadness.”
Someday Stories to fund films by emerging young NZ filmmakers
Each successful team will have a production budget of up to $10,000.