Reunited to celebrate a special birthday with Sydney’s iconic Palm Beach providing the backdrop, the good times are set to roll. But tensions mount as deep secrets are slowly unearthed.
Margot Robbie is Manson Family victim Sharon Tate in Quentin Tarantino’s latest all-star drama set in 1969 L.A., alongside Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, Burt Reynolds, Al Pacino and more.
Coming in September. NZ audiences get a taste of the 2019 nine-day NZ Mountain Film & Book Festival. Best of Wanaka, Best of NZ. You will see the best short films of adventure sports, foreign cultures, remote travel and environmental issues.
A sit-in by patrons at a public library escalates into a police standoff in this David versus Goliath drama directed by, and starring, Emilio Estevez.
Documentary on legendary New Zealand reggae group, Herbs. Celebrates the five men from different islands in the South Pacific who gave voice to a generation and the issues of the time through their music.
Drama illustrating the power of music, when a Pakistani teen living in grim Thatcher-era England discovers the working-class anthems of Bruce Springsteen. From the writer/director of Bend It Like Beckham.
Alan Bennett’s acclaimed comedy. direct from the London stage. The Beth, an old fashioned cradle-to-grave hospital serving a town in Yorkshire, is threatened with closure as part of an efficiency drive. A documentary crew, eager to capture its fight for survival, follows the daily struggle to find beds on the Dusty Springfield Geriatric Ward, and the triumphs of the old people’s choir.
Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, and Joan Cusack return for the fourth entry in the multi-Oscar winning Toy Story franchise. When Bonnie adds a reluctant new toy called Forky (Tony Hale) to her room, a road trip adventure alongside old and new friends will show Woody (Hanks) how big the world can really be for a toy.
Brian Cox is a rugged old Scotsman who reluctantly leaves his beloved Hebridean island and to get medical treatment in the States in this drama. Moving in with his estranged son, he sees his life transformed through a newly found bond with his baby grandson.
Documentary following six inspirational Australian and New Zealand pilgrims as they set out to conquer the mighty 800km Camino de Santiago. In the face of overwhelming odds, the Camino forces the group to defy their age and physical ability as they each come to terms with recent loss.
The follow-up to 2016’s animated adventure comedy.
Irish portmanteau comedy weaving seven interconnecting stories set in and around a lost and found office of an Irish train station.
Meet the pioneers who are re-inventing agriculture, energy, economy, democracy and education. Seeing those concrete and positive actions which are already working, the documentary makers began to figure out what could be tomorrow’s world.
David Hare play that explores the clash between private lives and public responsibility in modern politics, from the National Theatre’s 2018 season of live recordings direct from the London stage.
No-one in the world can remember The Beatles except a struggling musician, who uses this bizarre situation to his advantage in this comedic flight-of-fancy tale directed by Oscar winner Danny Boyle (127 Hours) and from the writer of Love, Actually.
Documentary from two-time Oscar winner Ron Howard that combines some of Pavarotti’s genre-redefining performances and never-before-seen footage.
The Men in Black have always protected the Earth from the scum of the universe. In this new adventure, they tackle their biggest, most global threat to date: a mole in the Men in Black organization.
Driven by a personal interest in the First World War, Jackson set out to bring to life the day-to-day experience of its soldiers. Using the voices of the men involved, the film explores the reality of war. Revised with new content 2019.
A Czech choreographer and his twin brother and designer, expand their adaptation of Jane Campion classic The Piano with the Royal New Zealand Ballet . This documentary feasts on the sheer beauty of the choreography and design – the music, the theatricality, the costumes, the suite of achingly expressive pas de deux at the heart of the piece.