Can't choose a film to see at the NZ International Film Festival? Rebecca McMillan shares must-see films you can't miss.
The are the kids that not other school in Christchurch wants. Film director Tim McInnes' documentary on the alternative education class at the YMCA will feature in next month's New Zealand International Film Festival.
This soulful and subversive Oscar-nominated feature uses stop-motion animation to tell the story of an orphan named Courgette
A wounded Civil War mercenary is under the care of a commune of young women in Sofia Coppola’s beautiful, feminist take on Don Siegel’s 1971 Southern Gothic psychodrama.
The true story of the young Australian woman whose courageous testimony uncovered systemic cover-ups of sexual abuse by the Anglican church.
A holistic health worker goes head to head with the one percent over dinner in this potently loaded dramedy.
Charlie Hunnam makes a commanding flawed hero as British Amazon explorer Percy Fawcett in a sweeping giant screen epic.
A single mother enlists two young ladies to help raise her 15-year-old son in this funny, nuanced memoir of late-70s lifestyle.
A stark and gripping tale of a divorcing couple caught in a missing-child procedural.
A beautifully crafted wake-up call to the state of the earth’s oceans profiles inspiring individuals working to preserve and protect marine life.