FILM & EVENTS Sort: A-Z TODAY TOMORROW All Features Shorts Events Date Venue Wellington | Te Auaha Te Auha Auckland | Rangatira, Q Theatre Wellington | The Roxy 2 Wellington | The Roxy 1 Auckland Art Gallery | Auditorium Light House Cuba Auckland | Loft, Q Theatre Genre Africa Americas Animals Arts & Culture Aotearoa Asia Civil / Human Rights Closing night Competition Crime & Conspiracy Crime / Incarceration Dance Design / Architecture Economy Entertainment Environment / Climate Change Europe & UK Family Food Health / Disability History Humour LGBTQ+ Maori Middle East Music Nga Taonga Opening night Pacific Point of View Politics Religion Sports Society Technology / Social Media War / Conflict / Refugees Women Youth / Family Categories All in the Family Around the World in Eight Films Art Attack Best of Fest Closing Night Film Crime & Conspiracy Fearless Future Watch Opening Night Film Special Presentation Shorts Programme Country AfghanistanAustraliaAustriaBelgiumBrazilCambodiaCanadaChadChinaFranceGermanyIrelandIsraelItalyJapanMacedoniaMalaysiaMexicoNetherlandsNew ZealandNorwayQatarSpainSudanSwitzerlandUnited KingdomUnited StatesWestern Samoa Language ArabicEnglishSpanishHebrewMandarinKoreanFarsiTurkishGermanItalianDutchKurdishIndonesianPortugueseXhosaCantoneseNorwegianFrench Camino Skies Camino Skies What is so life-changing about Spain's Camino Trail? Central to the Soul Central to the Soul Discover the heart and soul of Central Otago. Festival – New Zealand Shorts Festival – New Zealand Shorts The final five fighting it out for Oscar consideration. Karamea Karamea A bunch of modern hippies try to change the world from one of the most remote places on earth. Marks of Mana Marks of Mana The wave of female tatau artists from the Pacific. Ngā Taonga Double Feature Ngā Taonga Double Feature Be the first to see two of NZ's most important films digitally-restored. The Coming Back Out Ball Movie The Coming Back Out Ball Movie A love letter to Australia's ageing LGBTQ+ community. The Eulogy The Eulogy The untold story of one of Australia’s most brilliant, prolific and least-understood concert pianists.