The New Zealand International Film Festival is a celebration of film on the finest screens in New Zealand.
The event is the cultural highlight of winter in 13 towns and cities around the country, making a great occasion out of movie-going by presenting the latest and best films from around the world.
An invaluable survey of the work and legacy of one of our most exceptional scientists and public figures.
The main message is “less kia kaha and more kōrero” – essentially less being strong, and more talking.
Graeme Hill speaks with Dustin Feneley, director of his debut feature film Stray, a beautifully shot Kiwi film playing at the NZIFF.
Bisbee 17 is a documentary that re-enacts a dirty little secret from an Arizona mining town.
The film focuses on the bond between man and dog, observing a tailored process of rehabilitating misunderstood canines.
Animation curator Malcolm Turner talks 'Animation NOW!' - the special enclave of the New Zealand International Film Festival.
Festival director Bill Gosden reflects on the controversies during the 50 years of the New Zealand International Film Festival.
James Croot joins Graeme Hill to talk about the must-see films and documentaries at the New Zealand International Film Festival.
Pietra Brettkelly’s film, which will premiere at next month’s NZ International Film Festival, follows the world of a Chinese designer.
In 2018 NZIFF will celebrate 50 years of screening in Auckland.