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The Power of the Dog Adds Telluride Film Festival to Festival Run

Acclaimed New Zealand filmmaker Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog will have its world premiere in Venice on Thursday and has just been announced to premiere at Telluride Film Festival which runs 2 to 6 September.

NZ International Film Festival announces first films

Whānau Mārama: New Zealand International Film Festival (NZIFF) today reveals six films from its highly anticipated 2021 programme.

The latest New Zealand television show taking on the world

Tamariki are being encouraged to use Te Reo Māori at home, and explore nature’s wonders, thanks to a New Zealand animated children’s television series.

Greenlit film studio expansion reflects ongoing commitment to region's screen industry


A $35 million transformation of Auckland Council-owned Auckland Film Studios in Henderson to go ahead following a review

Māori Television launches interactive celebrity chat show for lockdown

Māori Television launches an interactive celebrity chat show for lockdown - ANI PIKS - live streaming on Instagram every weekday at 12.30 PM from today (Monday 30 August 2021).

Strikemaster confirmed for 2022 Warbirds Over Wanaka airshow

Brian Hall may be described as something of a late bloomer when it comes to the world of Warbird flying and ownership.

2021 SCA Finalists

SOUNZ Centre for New Zealand Music, with APRA AMCOS NZ, is thrilled to announce the finalists for the 2021 SOUNZ Contemporary Award | Te Tohu Auaha, celebrating excellence in contemporary composition:

Neville Hall for so flamed in the air

Michael Houstoun and Rodger Fox Big Band to tour South Island in October

Leading New Zealand musicians, classical pianist Michael Houstoun, jazz trombonist and bandleader Rodger Fox and their special guest, acclaimed blues vocalist Erna Ferry, are touring the South Island and performing in five centres this October.

Musical Theatre Superstar returns to Aronui Arts Festival

Join cheeky host and acclaimed entertainer Rutene Spooner (Super Hugh-Man) - backed by the hottest house band in the land The Doughboys - as he calls a night of hard-case Māori humour and classic kiwi tunes while you spin, win and grin your way through a game of Housie like never before!

It's 'Business as Usual' says NZFC CEO

Te Tumu Whakaata Taonga New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) CEO David Strong said New Zealand’s international reputation continues to attract global interest, following this morning’s announcement that Amazon Studio’s ‘The Lord of the Rings’ series will film season two in the United King