Julie Andrews is currently gracing Auckland with her presence, as the star and subject of An Evening with Julie Andrews, on tomorrow night at The Civic.
Acclaimed New Zealand film Shopping will be screened at the Auckland Council owned art facility Hawkins Theatre in Papakura during June.
Now in its third year, the Inspiring Stories Film Competition celebrates young New Zealanders making a difference. The 2013 Supreme Award winner will receive $2,000 and a two-day post-production internship with one of New Zealand’s largest post-production companies, Images and Sound.
Wellington-based film-maker Michael Hobbs is one of five finalists in a global film challenge called MicroFlicks.
The University of Canterbury (UC) historian Peter Field, who was a classmate of US President Barack Obama, will give a public lecture on campus this week about the Steven Spielberg movie Lincoln.
Hot off two soon-to-be released Indian-Australian feature films, New Zealand actor James Morcan is looking forward to a well-deserved break.
On top of its No 1 box office first week, and in response to intense demand from fans over there, Mt Zion now has a confirmed release in Australia, starting on March 14.
Fans of extreme genre films will get a taste of New Zealand horror comedy, FRESH MEAT, in Germany (Capelight) and North America (Tribeca Film). The film will be released in mid -2013 in all German-speaking Europe and in North America.
This bloody movie. People have been full of opinions on Les Misérables since the movie came out, and even more so since it became a Golden Globe winner in three categories and Academy Award contender.
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