Flicks.co.nz is New Zealand's leading movie and cinema website.
Movie-watchers use Flicks to find their movie (What’s on? What’s good?), and find where to book a ticket or where watch it at home. Alongside our cinema and streaming listings, we also create original content to engage movie fans and start conversations.
Flicks is a company of Vista Group International Ltd (NZX/ASX:VGL). Vista provides a comprehensive suite of film industry software covering cinema management, box office analytics, marketing data analytics, and film distribution.
Movie listings on Flicks - including posters, artwork, trailers, release dates - is supplied directly from movie distributors. Some movie metadata is supplied by TMDb, and some is supplied by MovieXchange. Some elements - including synopsis, actor and director lists - are written or compiled by Flicks.
Most cinemas listings information - including showtimes and links to ticketing pages - is supplied directly from cinemas. Some showtimes are added manually by Flicks. Other cinema metadata - including descriptions, parking information or contacts - is written or compiled by Flicks.
Editorial content is original and published by Flicks.
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Note: Flicks is an independent site not owned by or run by cinemas. If you have a query for cinemas, please contact those businesses directly.
Flicks was founded by Paul (film enthusiast) and Michael (general enthusiast) Scantlebury, in 2005, from a grim, third story, High Street office in Auckland. Initially a simple cinema listings site, the website has evolved into today's beast. In 2014, Flicks launched in Australia as Flicks.com.au. In 2016, Flicks’ founders sold the company to the mighty Vista Group Limited. In 2017, Flicks launched cinema site platform Your Cinema. In 2018, Flicks launched in South Africa as Flicks.co.za (currently in BETA).
Today, Flicks' products reaches 1.5 million moviegoers every month.
Flicks has had five editors (Paul Scantlebury, Ashley Bird, Andrew Hedley and - currently - Steve Newall in New Zealand and Luke Buckmaster in Australia), all dedicated to making Flicks the most authoritative and comprehensive film publication in the country.