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Peter Brook Bell tells us about UFC champ Mark Hunt doco The Fight of His Life
“Mark has had to fight for everything he has in life.”
10 possibly under the radar picks for NZIFF 2021
Need a hand navigating the NZIFF programme? We’re here to help.
Shirley Horrocks on new doco about the PM’s Chief Science Advisor
Started before COVID-19, Juliet Gerrard: Science in Dark Times captures the pandemic.
Florian Habicht tells us about the new colourised version of Woodenhead
Florian Habicht’s enchanting 2003 debut plays at this year’s NZIFF.
Full programme announced for NZIFF in Christchurch and Wellington
If you can make it to this year’s fest, there’s plenty of great viewing in store.
NZIFF celebrates 50 years and the late Bill Gosden with special screenings
The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant and Beau Travail headline the events.
Disappointment for Tāmaki Makaurau as Auckland leg of NZIFF is cancelled
Deeply disappointing (if inevitable) news has come today.
The Aotearoa short films playing at this year’s NZIFF 2021
Do not overlook one of the festival’s most important mainstays for cinema Aotearoa.
Award-winning films from Cannes, Venice and Berlin film fests coming to NZIFF
Challenging Palme d’Or winner Titane leads a pack of award winners.
10 more supreme films added to NZIFF 2021
These include a Cannes hit, a grisly Sundance horror, and an animated film about a puppy.
Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog will open Whānau Mārama NZIFF 2021
The news comes mere days after Campion’s Best Director win at Venice.
A dozen feature-length films from Aotearoa announced for NZIFF 2021
Eight documentaries, two dramas and two retrospective films will screen.
Check out the first films announced for NZIFF 2021
Some highly anticipated pics are among NZIFF 2021’s first announcments.
NZIFF 2021 pushed back to October, but it’s great to know it will still happen
Whānau Mārama: New Zealand International Film Festival will be fully cinema-based again.