The New Zealand International Film Festival has confirmed its 2021 dates with the festival all set to take place from late October.
The film festival, which normally opens in July/August will now be held slightly later in the year in light of the severe impact of Covid-19 on live events.
26 July 2020
Groundbreaking web-series Rūrangi debuted at the New Zealand International Film Festival. The story of a trans-guy who returns to his remote rural New Zealand hometown after his urban life has been turned upside down is a thought-provoking look at modern Aotearoa through a trans lens.
10 of the...
Whether you’re looking to please the girl-on-girl romantic, the closeted pansexual, the sleazy sadist, the fashion-obsessed reality binger or the film-geek who loves a campy-bomb; express has you covered with our top five picks of the New Zealand International Film Festival.
1| Portrait of a Lady on Fire
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