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A Pakistani teen living in grim Thatcher-era England discovers the working-class anthems of Bruce Springsteen.
Damon Gameau (That Sugar Film) explores what the future would look like by the year 2040 if we embraced the best solutions available to us.
Quentin Tarantino's latest all-star drama set in 1969 L.A. starring Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie, Al Pacino and more.
The filmmaker behind art comedies Computer Chess and Results follows the tight-knit staff at boob-oriented bar/restaurant Double Whammies.
Documentary following six inspirational Australian and New Zealand pilgrims as they set out to conquer the mighty 800km Camino de Santiago.
A 15-year-old girl, born in the body of a boy, dreams to become a ballerina in Lukas Dhont's feature debut, nominated for the Queen Palm at Cannes.
Nia DaCosta's debut feature, nominated for Best Narrative Feature at Tribeca, follows two down-and-out estranged sisters trying to make ends meet.
Ferdinand Cheval, a humble postman, devotes 33 years to building a palace for his daughter in this French period drama based on a true story.
Bill Nighy is a tailor who closes up shop to move in with his surly son Peter (Sam Riley) in this comedy-drama.
Terry Gilliam's long-gestating adventure comedy adapted from Miguel de Cervantes's classic novel. Stars Adam Driver & Jonathan Pryce.
Nikki Si'ulepa writes and directs this New Zealand romance based on her own relationship with Rachel Aneta Wills (who produces).
A middle-aged woman declares war against the aluminium industry disfiguring the country in this thriller from the director of Of Horses and Men.
From the producers of Waru, eight stories depict one woman's life and her journey of empowerment through culture.
Holliday Grainger and Alia Shawkat are drinking buddies at a crossroads in life in this dramedy based on Emma Jane Unsworth's novel.
Mia Wasikowska is one half of a puppeteering duo going through tough times in Australian actor Mirrah Foulkes's feature directorial debut.
Filmmakers David Nash and Simon Mark-Brown (The Catch) celebrate the talent and the stories behind New Zealand’s world-famous wine industry.
A woman causes fury in her small Macedonian town when she wins a men-only contest in this award-winning feminist satire based on true events.
Bio-doc of legendary jazz innovator Miles Davis, packed with newly released archival footage and interviews with friends like Quincy Jones.
Fashion documentarian Frédéric Tcheng investigates the cautionary rags-to-riches tale of America's first superstar designer.
Documentary portrait of the late Helen Kelly, telling the story of a woman whose advocacy and generosity changed the lives of countless Kiwis.
A lawyer struggles to care for her young son and ailing mother amidst a developing scandal at work in this Colombia-set drama from Franco Lolli.
Kiwi documentarian Shirley Horrocks surveys the life and career of one of New Zealand’s most important photographers.
Our 2019 NZIFF Film Quiz is now online – give it a go!
November launch date for Disney Plus, NZ’s latest streaming service
All the NZIFF films returning to cinemas nationwide