11 Mar 2017 11.00am - 2.00pm
A father tries to reconnect with his distant adult daughter in unexpected, hilarious ways.
9 Jun 2018 7.30pm - 9.10pm
Glenn Close delivers a career-best performance in this thrilling drama, as a wife who has sacrificed her own talent to support her husband’s brilliant literary career.
7 Apr 2017 7.30pm - 9.30pm
This powerful Academy Award winner by Asghar Farhadi is a brilliant examination of masculinity in contemporary relationships.
10 Jun 2018 2.00pm - 3.41pm
The first female finalist to compete in Million’s Poet – an Arabic-language equivalent of the Idol TV franchise – stirs up controversy as she stands for a progressive Islam.
11 Feb 2017 7:30 pm
This Indian indie hit is a delicious celebration of romance and food featuring Bollywood/Hollywood crossover star Irrfan Khan (Life of Pi, Slumdog Millionaire).
17 Jun 2018 6.00pm - 7.35pm
A spooky tale of magic and the supernatural set in post-earthquake Christchurch, based on the Carnegie-winning YA novel by Margaret Mahy.
10 Jun 2018 7.00pm - 8.20pm
In this side-splittingly funny film, NZ directors Jackie van Beek and Madeleine Sami star as best friends who run an unconventional business breaking up couples for cash.
17 Jun 2018 4.00pm - 4.30pm
Featuring three amazing short films: Tip of my Tongue; Broken; Intimate Encounters 20 Years On
16 Jun 2018 2.00pm - 3.45pm
In this charming, romantic drama, a whole world opens up for suburban mother Agnes (Kelly Macdonald, Trainspotting) when she discovers that she’s a jigsaw puzzle genius.
11 Jun 2018 11.00am - 12.20pm
We follow the two-year journey, from birth through training to graduation, of five cute but determined Labrador puppies, destined to become guide dogs for the blind.
18 Jun 2017 1.30pm - 3.10pm
A Samoan man with a violent and tragic past seeks reconciliation with his estranged daughter in a fantasy-tinged tale of family, redemption and the power of forgiveness.
12 Jun 2017 11.00am - 12.10pm
An Oscar-nominated Swiss-French stop-motion family animation that’s realistic and life affirming, dealing with real issues in a way that doesn’t patronise or traumatise its audience.