FILM & EVENTS Sort: A-Z TODAY TOMORROW All Features Shorts Events Watch on demand Date Venue Auckland | Rangatira, Q Theatre Auckland | Loft, Q Theatre Auckland | Art Gallery Auditorium Wellington | The Roxy 1 Wellington | The Roxy 2 Wellington | Te Auaha Wellington | Light House Cuba 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 306 Hollywood 306 Hollywood Humour, fantasy and drama combine for an epic family tale. Bathtubs Over Broadway Bathtubs Over Broadway An assignment for David Letterman's Late Show unleashes an unexpected obsession. Central to the Soul Central to the Soul Discover the heart and soul of Central Otago. Kate Nash: Underestimate the Girl Kate Nash: Underestimate the Girl From overnight pop star to renegade outsider to artist reborn. Memory: The Origins of Alien Memory: The Origins of Alien Was it something I ate? Repeat Attenders Repeat Attenders A film about superfans. They're committed. The Eulogy The Eulogy The untold story of one of Australia’s most brilliant, prolific and least-understood concert pianists. The Men’s Room The Men’s Room Men don't always talk about their emotions. Sometimes they sing.