A collection full of riches, devoted to the work of Dame Gaylene Preston. The award-winning Kiwi filmmaker has been charting stories of love, war, calamity, and inspirational women for more than four decades. Featuring her early work, memorable documentaries, full-length movies, and more...
A collection devoted to New Zealand's annual 48Hours competition for films made furiously fast.
A collection exploring the mindspinning idea that Kiwi comedy be a bit shit and quite good, all at the same time.
A collection celebrating Kiwi rock music, built around classic show Give It A Whirl — including unseen interviews, radio show Give It A Girl, and three backgrounders.
NZ On Screen's Body Art Collection features more than 30 titles, many of them about tattooing
These short videos acknowledge members of the New Zealand screen industry who have passed away.
A collection devoted to the career of director Roger Donaldson, including award-winning dramas, interviews, and lost gems.
A collection devoted to our feathered friends — from nosey kea to noisy kākāpō, to miraculous rescue missions and birds whose only remaining home is the museum.
A collection celebrating the outstanding career of beloved Kiwi comedy legend John Clarke. We lost him to Australia, but not before he entrenched himself in Kiwi culture with his iconic Fred Dagg character. There’s plenty of Fred to enjoy, and much more besides. Get in behind!
A collection celebrating the work of legendary musician Dave Dobbyn.
NZ On Screen's Lockdown Collection showcases some of the creativity that brewed in New Zealand homes after the country went into lockdown, on 25 March 2020.
Take the trip: NZ On Screen's Sailing Collection offers everything from waka warriors to America's Cup winners.
Published to mark the 75th anniversary of VJ Day on 15 August 2020, The World War II Collection serves as an on-screen remembrance to the 140,000 Kiwis that served and more than 11,000 that lost their lives.
60 TV moments from across the decades, celebrating 60 years of television in New Zealand. Some serious, some light, something for everyone...
Documentary, comedy, drama, and even some martial arts: a collection celebrating Chinese in New Zealand.
November 2019 marks three decades since Three first went to air. This 30th birthday collection looks back at notable shows, starting from the very first day of transmission.
In celebration of the 30th anniversary of funding organisation NZ On Air: from Jacinda Ardern to Oscar Kightley, famous Kiwis talk about their favourite New Zealand TV programmes and music videos.
Don McGlashan plays drums, horns and guitars, has crafted classic songs with Blam Blam Blam, The Mutton Birds and as a solo artist, and has won multiple awards for his soundtracks. This collection pays tribute to a talented man.
The counterculture, the mud, the hangovers – and the music! From New Zealand's very own Woodstock to Gisborne's hot ticket, Rhythm and Vines, this collection covers the long history of music festivals in Aotearoa.
From Niue to Auckland, from Tagata Pasifika to bro'Town, from Bill Sevesi to King Kapisi — 30 classic titles celebrating Pasifika culture and people.
From The God Boy to Boy, plus singers, whale riders and more — NZ On Screen presents its Coming-of-Age Collection.
From Marlin Bay to Westside — and so much more in between — this collection marks 30 years of production from South Pacific Pictures.
From Britten to Bugger, this collection celebrates 10 years of NZ On Screen — and the most viewed titles for each of those 10 years. Enjoy!
Vampires, zombies, mutant sheep, and the Bride of Frankenstein: a collection devoted to Kiwi horror.
‘Don’t leave town till you’ve seen the country’ was the catchphrase for a 1980s advertising campaign which reminded Kiwis that tourism begins at home. Don't leave NZ On Screen until checking out this collection of tourism promos.
The hot seat: not always the most comfortable place on screen – for interviewer or interviewee. This collection looks at some iconic Kiwi contributions.
Food shows have been a staple of the Kiwi TV diet since our very first broadcasts. This collection offers up a smorgasbord of local chefs and culinary delights.
Fishy tales from one of New Zealand's most popular pastimes: a collection about fishing.
A collection of titles that pushed the boundaries, and were sometimes banned for doing so.
A collection which spans decades of public protest in New Zealand.
From animals and puppets, to giggling hosts and newsreaders: a collection of moments when not everything went to plan.
A celebration of dance: from the grace of the Royal New Zealand Ballet, to Dancing with the Stars and global sensation Parris Goebel, this collection has the moves covered.
Check out some memorable Kiwi leg-pulling in this collection of spoofs and mockumentaries.
Classic moments where a few choice words become the stuff of a national catchphrase.
A collection of crime cases that have been the subject of high profile documentaries and dramas.
A collection celebrating women and feminism in New Zealand, from all walks of life — pioneering, staunch and committed.
A collection featuring documentaries about some of New Zealand's most celebrated poets — plus classic train film The Coaster.
A collection celebrating Sam Hunt – a man for whom poetry is his lifeblood; a poet whose words have provided a backdrop to New Zealand lives.
A salute to the women of New Zealand music – the songs and songstresses that have found their way into Kiwi hearts.
A collection celebrating Antarctica.
A collection celebrating 40 years of the NZ Film Commission, and 40 years of New Zealand films.
Roger Donaldson and Ian Mune's classic 70s television series, restored.
From acting to funny accents, to directing blockbuster movie hits — a collection devoted to the many talents of Taika Waititi.
A collection that shines a light on architecture in New Zealand.
A collection of documentaries about the Wahine Disaster of April 1968
A collection showcasing classic Kiwi band Dragon.
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.
A collection of films that have seen Kiwis winning glory at the Academy Awards — or coming very close.