News & Opinion
The Justice of Bunny King makes a scathingly caustic critique of NZ
Kiwi drama turns its attention to the sad consequences of current media hot topics.
Stream live film of Fat Freddy’s Drop as they make their new album and battle the elements
Wild weather elements do their best to disrupt the Wairunga outdoor performance.
Thomasin McKenzie tells us about returning home for The Justice of Bunny King
“Doing a film where I was supposed to use my Kiwi accent felt really weird.”
Entries for Show Me Shorts 2021 close this Thursday
July 1st is your last chance to be part of NZ’s leading short film fest.
In celebration of John Clarke, master of understated Kiwi humour
Get to know New Zealand’s (and arguably Australia’s) greatest ever satirist.
Congratulations to this year’s Vista Foundation 48Hours winners
Watch the Grand National Champion and find out how to see all 18 finalists.
10 great music videos to enjoy this NZ Music Month
Feast your eyes (and/or ears) as we celebrate Te Marama Puoro o Aotearoa.
The Vista Foundation 48Hours Grand Finals are almost upon us
18 films are about to square off in this year’s Grand Finals.
Prepare to fall in love with Florian Habicht’s James & Isey
A singular look into the lives of an intriguing, incredibly lovable mother and son.
The Sir Dave Dobbyn Collection comes to NZ On Screen for NZ Music Month
Watch one of Aotearoa’s most beloved musical legends in videos throughout his storied career.
Proud Voices launches to celebrate queer content creators in Aotearoa
Proud Voices launches with an event in Auckland on Saturday April 17.
A year on from lockdown, revisit Aotearoa’s burst of creativity
The Lockdown Collection spotlights Aotearoa’s creative output during 2020’s lockdown.
Polynesian Panthers documentaries and exhibition educate – to liberate
Auckland Arts Festival exhibition reflects on the era of dawn raids.
The directors of Cousins share the stories behind their impactful Aotearoa drama
Directors Ainsley Gardiner and Briar Grace-Smith talk Cousins.
Cousins is a deeply moving dramatic triumph
Engrossing Māori drama impacts deeply on an emotional level.
How Tumeke Space, the most Kiwi Star Wars ever, was made during lockdown
Not even a pandemic could keep Mukpuddy’s beloved creation down.
Vital NZ film communicates trans experiences like no other
For a trans audience, seeing Rūrangi will feel like coming home for the first time.
Roseanne Liang on directing airborne action-horror Shadow in the Cloud
“For a good time call 0800 Shadow in the Cloud”
Oscar Kightley tells us about his excellent doco on music phenomenon Dawn Raid
Oscar Kightley chats to Flicks about his doco on a South Auckland music phenomenon.
Get an early look at Dawn Raid, a doco on the iconic South Auckland record label
Advance screenings feature Q&As with director Oscar Kightley and Dawn Raid’s founders.
Mama’s Music Box and the magic of Christmas movies
Christmas and movies share a similar kind of magic: they bring people together.
Win a family pass to Weta Workshop Unleashed
Take the kids to Auckland’s new Weta experience, opening December 15.