With New Zealand National Film Unit (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
2. Klynham Summer (1982)
PG | 88 min | Horror, Mystery, Thriller
The same night as a girl is slain in the woods, the teenagers Sam and Les are robbed of all of their hard earned hens. In the quest for their hens they cross the murderer's path.
3. The Monster's Christmas (1981 TV Movie)
47 min | Adventure, Family, Fantasy
In her bed on Christmas Eve, a little girl reads an illustrated storybook entitled "The Monster's Christmas" to her teddy bear, as something sneaks around in the trees outside her window. ... See full summary »
4. Leave All Fair (1985)
It was only after her death that the work of New Zealand writer, Katherine Mansfield, became well known, thanks to her editor and husband, John Middleton-Murry. She had left New Zealand to ... See full summary »
5. Landfall (1975)
86 min | Drama
The story of the disintegration of a back-to-the-earth rural commune. Discovered to be using illegal drugs by a local policeman, the members of the commune kill him and bury him in their ... See full summary »
7. Sons for the Return Home (1979)
A relationship develops between a Samoan and a New Zealander, but each finds the other's culture a hard adjustment. Friends and family are not supportive, particularly when she becomes pregnant, although he proposes marriage.
16. A Queen's World Tour (1954)
84 min | Documentary
This is a documentary covering Queen Elizabeth II's World Tour or, at least, the portion through the Fiji Islands, the Friendly Islands and New Zealand. The Queen attends some festivals in ... See full summary »
20. 140 Days Under the World (1964)
33 min | Documentary, Short
One summer's work by New Zealand scientists in the Ross Dependency in the Antarctic and the exploration of some of the last unmapped regions.
22. Architect Athfield (1977)
54 min | Documentary, Biography
Examines the practical philosophy, the achievements and frustrations of one of New Zealand's most lively and innovative architects, Ian Athfield. The film provides a portrait of the ... See full summary »
29. This Is New Zealand (1970)
21 min | Documentary, Short
Three projectors throw separate 35mm images onto each screen, giving the impact of Cinerama with the added advantage of showing the main scene with two supplementary ones with quite unparalleled views of New Zealand and her people.
Director: Hugh Macdonald
34. Pictures (1981)
The story of the brothers Alfred and Walter Burton, who founded an influential photography studio in late 19th-century New Zealand and captured an important period in the country's history.
41. Picturesque New Zealand (1952)
Approved | 8 min | Documentary, Short
This Traveltalks visit to New Zealand starts in Auckland, a bustling, modern city. We see scenes of the downtown area with lots of automobile traffic and streetcars. Next is Christchurch, ... See full summary »