Director of NZIFF doco Helen Kelly: Together tells us about this incredible Kiwi
Tony Sutorius on the brave, kind and generous Helen Kelly.
Kiwi filmmaker Bea Joblin on her one-location debut feature playing at NZIFF
“I love working with big casts, and with actors in general.”
We ask Ant Timpson eight easy questions about Come to Daddy
The film premieres in NZ 26th July at Auckland’s Civic Theatre.
A detailed look at the Cannes films at NZIFF by someone who’s seen ’em
Sarah Watt shares her Cannes experience of a bunch of films about to come our way.
It’s an animation goldmine at this year’s NZIFF
Fantasy! Heists! Violence! And more!
NZIFF programmer Sandra Reid on 2019’s stunning selections
The NZIFF programmer tells us about this year’s fest.
12 films at NZIFF 2019 that Steve’s been hanging out to see
Some early must-sees after a first look at the 2019 programme.
12 films at NZIFF 2019 that Liam’s been hanging out to see
Animation, MC Escher & a film that might just save the world.
Why we’re so excited to see sci-fi High Life at NZIFF
We’ve been waiting for this space oddity for ages.
Announcing the third annual NZIFF Film Quiz
Register your team now, and we’ll see you at The Civic Wintergarden on August 3
13 Kiwi films to premiere at this year’s NZIFF
Can’t have NZIFF without the NZ.
EXCLUSIVE: the Incredibly Strange films of NZIFF 2019
A killer jacket, a nightmarish Groundhog Day, and more…
NZIFF 2019 to screen classics from the late, great Agnès Varda
Includes her final film, Varda by Agnès.
Jane Campion selects NZIFF’s short films for 2019 + Animation NOW!
Enter a world unknown.
Can your butt handle this monster 14-hour screening at this year’s NZIFF?
A mummy attack, spy espionage, romantic melodrama… oh my.
Score rare, unusual, gorgeous NZIFF posters during The Great Film Poster Sale
Love cinema? Got bland walls in your home? Get excited.
NZIFF’s Live Cinema event for 2019 is “the first true Hitchcock movie”
Tickets go on sale from Thursday 6 June.
First NZIFF titles announced for 2019 include a couple we’ve been dying to see
Two of the five titles are on our list of the 19 films we most want to see in 2019.
Gaspar Noé tells us about unhinged dance masterpiece Climax
“If someone drugs you against your will it’s a nightmare”
Film festival favourites returning to cinemas in the next few weeks
This might solve your film fest FOMO.
Stray fortifies hope in the breadth and ambition of NZ film
A character study that doesn’t patronise its audience.
NZIFF films returning to NZ cinemas
Think you missed out? You might be in luck.