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A boy who has run away to Tokyo meets a girl who can manipulate the weather in this Japanese animated fantasy.
Hae-jin Yoo (A Taxi Driver) stars in this Korean war drama based on the 1920 Battle of Bongo-dong, from the director of Memoir of a Murderer.
Binnu Dhillon and Kulraj Randhawa (Needhi Singh) star in this Pollywood comedy drama directed by Smeep Kang (Carry on Jatta series).
Punjabi-Indian coming-of-age action drama telling the story of five youngsters growing up in a Punjab plagued by drug crime.
Akshay Kumar leads this Indian space drama loosely based on the events behind the Indian Space Research Organisation's Mars Orbiter Mission.
Hong Kong action heavyweights Louis Koo, Nicky Cheung and Francis Ng return in the sequel to 2016's TV series-based crime thriller.
Karthyn Bernardo is a domestic helper in Hong Kong being romantically pursued by a bartender (Alden Richards) in this Philippine romantic drama.
A fire breaks out at an oil refinery in this Chinese thriller based on true events. Screenplay penned by Chao Wang (Luxury Car).
David Cross (Balloon) is Bernd Trautmann, the man who went from German WWII soldier to English football legend, in this heartfelt biopic.
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.
A poor family's and a rich family's lives unexpectedly intersect in this Palme d'Or-winning tragicomedy from South Korean auteur, Bong Joon-Ho.
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.
Paula Beer (Frantz) leads the latest from filmmaker Christian Petzold (Phoenix), a World War II tale courageously set in modern France.
Sebastian Koch reteams with his The Lives of Others director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck in this Venice Golden Lion-nominated German drama.
John Abraham leads this Hindi-language action thriller inspired by the 2008 Delhi Police anti-terrorism operation, Operation Batla House.
A group of Punjabis living as illegal immigrants in the UK try to find a solution to their migrant status woes in this Indian comedy drama.
A middle-aged woman declares war against the aluminium industry disfiguring the country in this thriller from the director of Of Horses and Men.
Two families attempt to escape across the East German border during the Cold War in a hot air balloon in this German true story drama-thriller.
A young girl and her supernaturally gifted friends go on a magical adventure under the sea in this anime adaptation of Daisuke Igarashi’s manga.
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.
BAFTA-nominated director Peter Webber paints this documentary portrait of pioneering Jamaican reggae musicians, Inna De Yard.
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.
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