From demolition derby drivers to spookmakers and performance artists: a collection celebrating the work of filmmaker Florian Habicht.
From The God Boy to Boy, plus singers, whale riders and more — NZ On Screen presents its Coming-of-Age Collection.
As a showcase history of Christchurch onscreen this collection is backwards looking; but the devastation caused by the quakes gives it poignancy beyond that.
Curated to mark Labour Day, this collection features titles that relate to Kiwi working life, from economic revolutions and industrial disputes to Gliding On.
A collection celebrating Kiwi singing and comedy legends the Topp Twins.
A nod to the mod – a career-spanning collection that salutes the legendary Ray Columbus.
Car races, demolition derbies and a famous yellow mini ...The Car Collection is loaded with vehicles of every make and vintage, plus appearances by Bruce McLaren, Scott Dixon, Bruno Lawrence, and two clever canines.
This collection showcases New Zealand's impressive record in nature and wildlife films. Check out whales, wild deer, and a menagerie of curious birds — limestone caves and Antarctic volcanoes.
NZ On Screen's Body Art Collection features more than 30 titles, many of them about tattooing
This collection celebrates the inimitable performances of Bruno Lawrence, whose screen charisma was key to classic films Smash Palace, The Quiet Earth and Utu.
This collection features all things equine on NZ screens – horse documentaries, dramas, newsreels, and more.
This collection celebrates the onscreen legacy of Sir Edmund Hillary, with documentaries, newsreels, dramas and classic TV interviews.
From Marlin Bay to Westside — and so much more in between — this collection marks 30 years of production from South Pacific Pictures.
A collection devoted to the career of director Roger Donaldson, including award-winning dramas, interviews, and lost gems.
A collection that highlights the impact, achievements (and some shock-jock antics) of the radio industry an Aotearoa.
Our representatives in Parliament have had some of their most memorable moments captured on camera. This collection showcases our politicians' screen legacy.
Check out some memorable Kiwi leg-pulling in this collection of spoofs and mockumentaries.
A collection that shines a light on architecture in New Zealand.
A collection of documentaries about the Wahine Disaster of April 1968
A collection featuring documentaries about some of New Zealand's most celebrated poets — plus classic train film The Coaster.
This collection showcases the career of NZ screen industry pioneer Tony Williams, director of many of our iconic TVCs (Crunchie, Bugger, Spot, Dear John).
Billy T James is a Kiwi entertainment legend. This tribute collection celebrates his screen legacy, life and inimitable brand of comedy.
From Split Enz to Savage, this is NZ On Screen's playlist of Kiwi party songs.
This 1980s collection shows the screen icons from the decade of shoulder pads and the sharemarket crash – from Billy T's yellow towel, to Karyn Hay's vowels.