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2014 NZ International Film Festival in Review

The 2014 NZ International Film Festival is in full swing in Auckland right now, with film lovers braving the cold for some big weekend and weeknight turnouts. I have been having an exhaustingly good time with this year’s selection, and you can find some of my reviews from the first week below — with more to come soon.

2014 NZIFF highlights discussed on FOUR LIVE

Following the launch of the 2014 NZ International Film Festival in Auckland last week, I paid a visit to Four Live to recommend a few festival highlights with broad appeal — namely, Bong Joon-ho’s Snowpiercer starring Chris Evans, Steven Knight’s Locke starring Tom Hardy, and Richard Linklater’s Boyhood.

Picks from the 2014 NZ International Film Festival programme

The New Zealand International Film Festival returns this month with your annual dose of the finest cinema from around the globe, including hot titles direct from Cannes, much-anticipated festival highlights from the past year, yet-to-be-discovered gems and of course some strong local content. Navigating the programme and selecting from the overwhelming line-up can be hard work, so in order to …

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