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The NZIFF programmer tells us about this year’s fest.
The film opens in NZ cinemas 27th June.
Nick Paris tells us about Lumière Cinemas, opening at The Arts Centre this month
“It was that very heightened reality that I really wanted to create”
“Our job is to allow women to express themselves, to resource them.”
Maria Lewis explores the history of this classic film and tracks down its directors for an interview.
“There’s a nice element of ‘whatever’ running through Shakespeare that I enjoy.”
Merata: How Mum Decolonised the Screen returns to cinemas.
“I came back even better and stronger after breaking those ribs.”
We also chat to new programmer, Gorjan Markovski.
Theron, Rogen, Raphael, Jackson & Patel share their faves.
“To know that they might be filming me dying was actually pretty heavy.”
Palme d’Or winner Parasite is a gripping, frequently funny modern classic
There’s no Secret 2 this week’s box office champ
Reflections on Sexy Beast (a Britpop Cinema classic) two decades on
NZIFF programmer Sandra Reid on 2019’s stunning selections
A breakout star and a self-deprecating Ed Sheeran shine in Yesterday
Toy Story 4 lives up to the series’ reputation
12 films at NZIFF 2019 that Steve’s been hanging out to see
12 films at NZIFF 2019 that Liam’s been hanging out to see
Why we’re so excited to see sci-fi High Life at NZIFF
Announcing the third annual NZIFF Film Quiz
EXCLUSIVE: the Incredibly Strange films of NZIFF 2019
Palme d’Or-winner Bong Joon-ho speaks with us about Parasite
In a bitterly ironic twist of fate, Anna could be Luc Besson’s best film in years
Toy Story isn’t just a kids’ series, they’re films kids grew up with
The reasonably fun Child’s Play fulfills the hard-R quota
Visually striking Little Woods marks the debut of a filmmaker to watch