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.
In 2018 NZIFF will celebrate 50 years of screening in Auckland.
Run by a charitable trust, NZIFF maintains a rich tradition of diverse choice in a curated selection of expertly crafted films – features, documentaries and short films too - that deserve to be experienced with an audience.
Eight feature-length New Zealand films have been releaved as part of the line up, with five making their word premiere in the festival.
Also, twelve retrospective films have been announced to mark the 50th anniversary of the festival in Auckland.
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Venues & Dates:
Auckland | 19 July – 5 August
Wellington | 27 July – 12 August
Christchurch | 2 – 19 August
Dunedin | 9 – 26 August
Nelson | 8 – 29 August
Timaru | 16 – 26 August
Gore | 16 – 26 August
Tauranga | 23 August – 16 September
Hamilton | 22 August – 19 September
Palmerston North | 23 August – 9 September
Masterton | 29 August – 12 September
New Plymouth | 30 August – 16 September
Hawke's Bay | 30 August – 16 September
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