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All new movies and TV shows streaming in New Zealand

Dark Whispers Volume One

Dark Whispers Volume One

Australian horror anthology. When Clara discovers her deceased mother’s revered ‘Book of Dark Whispers’, she can’t stop reading the strange stories within its mystical pages.
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God Help the Girl

God Help the Girl

Sundance-winning, Glasgow-based pop musical from Stuart Murdoch, lead singer of Belle and Sebastian. Stars Emily Browning as an emotionally troubled girl who finds solace in songwriting and eventually in starting a band.
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A Lion Returns

A Lion Returns

A man returns home to Sydney after disappearing for 18 months to fight in Syria, in this Australian drama. Jamal is back to be with his terminally ill mother, but has to face up to his unforgiving family, including his wife and young son. Is Jamal a militant with a cause or an easily led pawn in a bigger picture?
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Sisters from Siberia

Sisters from Siberia

Wellington City Councillor Stephanie Cook made headlines when she revealed that as a single woman she was planning to adopt two girls from a children's home in Siberia. Now, four years later, the story of the adoption and the experience of her two new daughters, Katya and Nadya, in a strange land is told in a new documentary by award-winning filmmaker Russell Campbell.
Lore

Lore

Aussie director Cate Shortland (Somersault) adapts Rachel Seiffert’s novel The Dark Room, following the young and the ordeals they faced in the aftermath of World War II.
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Fading Gigolo

Fading Gigolo

Woody Allen pimps out John Turturro (O Brother, Where Art Thou) to love-hungry women in this comedy written and directed by Turturro himself. Co-stars Sharon Stone, Sofia Vergara and Liev Schreiber.
Julieta

Julieta

From the Oscar-winning filmmaker behind The Skin I Live In, this Spanish drama weaves together three short stories by Alice Munro.
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Ginger & Rosa

Ginger & Rosa

Drama with Elle Fanning and Annette Bening, set in London, 1962. Ginger (Fanning) and Rosa (Alice Englert) are two inseparable teenage girls. They skip school together, talk about love, religion and politics and dream of lives larger than their mothers' domesticity. But, as the Cold War meets the sexual revolution and the threat of nuclear war escalates, the friendship is shattered by the clash of desire and the determination to survive.
Me & My Left Brain

Me & My Left Brain

An OCD-sufferer obsesses over his crush over one sleepless night in this Australian comedy written and directed by and starring Alex Lykos.
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Thanks For Sharing

Thanks For Sharing

All-star dramedy showing the slow road to recovery for three sex addicts. Stars Mark Ruffalo, Gwyneth Paltrow, Tim Robbins, Joely Richardson, Josh Gad and Alecia Moore (aka pop star Pink). The directorial debut from the writer of The Kids Are All Right, Stuart Blumberg.
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Bra Boys

Bra Boys

Aussie doco about notorious surf gang, the Bra Boys,
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Crossing Rachmaninoff

Crossing Rachmaninoff

Documentary biopic following Flavio Villani, the Italy-born Auckland concert pianist who returns to his homeland for a nervous concert debut performing Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2.
There Are No Fakes

There Are No Fakes

Documentary exposing the tragic, brutal (and sometimes darkly comical) world of a Canadian art forgery ring.
Mr. Holmes

Mr. Holmes

Sir Ian McKellen is an aged and retired Sherlock Holmes in this crime mystery from director Bill Condon (Dreamgirls). The great detective’s memory is fading, but a 50-year-old case still troubles him...
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The Skin I Live In

The Skin I Live In

Antonio Banderas reunites with director Pedro Almodovar (Talk to Her) to star in this skin-crawling Spanish thriller as a plastic surgeon who keeps a woman captive in order to conduct experiments.
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And Then There Were None (1945)

And Then There Were None (1945)

René Clair's adaptation of Agatha Christie's 1939 novel. Ten strangers are summoned to a remote island off the coast of Devon...
Driven (2018)

Driven (2018)

FBI informant Jim Hoffman (Jason Sudeikis) lures troubled automobile magnate John DeLorean (Lee Pace) to an undercover sting for cocaine trafficking in this comedic biographical thriller.
Mary Magdalene

Mary Magdalene

From the director of hit drama Lion, the story of Mary Magdalene starring Rooney Mara, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Joaquin Phoenix as Jesus.
My Summer in Provence

My Summer in Provence

French screen legend Jean Reno leads this breezy family drama as an olive-grower forced to look after his three grandchildren whom he has never met. From writer-director Rose Bosch (The Round Up)