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New Zealand International Film Festival 2018

Illustration by Ken Samonte
19 Jul 2018 to 19 Sep 2018
Around the country until 19 Sep.
The New Zealand International Film Festival (NZIFF) is a celebration of film on the finest screens in New Zealand.
Event type: 
Cultural, Festival, Film
Price: 
TBC
Venue: 
Various venues around New Zealand until 19 Sep.
Region: 
National

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This event is the cultural highlight of winter in 13 towns and cities around the country, making a great occasion out of movie-going by presenting the latest and best films from around the world. In 2018 we celebrate 50 years of presenting great cinema in Auckland.

Run by a charitable trust, NZIFF maintains a rich tradition of diverse choice in a curated selection of expertly crafted films – features, documentaries and short films too - that deserve to be experienced with an audience.

The full NZIFF programme will be available from Tuesday 26 June for Auckland, tickets are on sale from 29 June. NZIFF starts in Auckland on 19 July in 2018.

 

Auckland 19 Jul - 5 Aug
Wellington 27 Jul - 12 Aug
Christchurch 2 Aug - 19 Aug
Nelson 8 Aug - 29 Aug
Dunedin 9 Aug - 26 Aug
Timaru 16 Aug - 26 Aug
Gore 16 Aug - 26 Aug
Hamilton 22 Aug - 19 Sep
Palmerston North 23 Aug - 16 Sep
Tauranga 23 Aug - 16 Sep
Masterton 29 Aug - 12 Sep
Hawke's Bay 30 Aug - 16 Sep
New Plymouth 30 Aug - 16 Sep
 

NZIFF was founded on the principle of sharing box office income with filmmakers, providing them with the all-too-rare opportunity to launch their works locally and derive some income in the process. Run by a charitable trust, NZIFF proudly maintains a rich tradition of diverse choice in a curated selection of expertly crafted films - features, documentaries and short films too - that deserve to be experienced with an audience.

NZIFF thrives on lively interactions between films, filmmakers and New Zealand audiences and is held annually, starting in Auckland on 19 July in 2018.

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NZIFF

18 Jun 2018