Films by Title


Bolshoi Babylon

Nick Read, Mark Franchetti

Russia’s world-famous Bolshoi Ballet weathers the fallout from the notorious 2013 acid attack on its artistic director. Brit filmmakers Nick Read and Mark Franchetti gain remarkable access.



Joel Coen

Murderous goons meet their match in a downhome Minnesota cop, the inimitable Frances McDormand as Detective Marge Gunderson, chirpy, relentless and seven months pregnant. Landmark ‘true crime’ comedy from the Coens.


Ingrid Bergman – In Her Own Words

Jag är Ingrid

Stig Björkman

Actress Ingrid Bergman shines in this compendium of her letters, movie clips, visits with family members, and – best of all – lots of beautiful home movies, mostly shot by the star herself.

The Iron Giant

Signature Edition

Brad Bird

In Brad Bird’s beautifully animated adaptation of Ted Hughes’ anti-Cold War children's book, young Hogarth Hughes befriends a gigantic robot from outer space, and hides him from wily government agents.


Janis: Little Girl Blue

Amy Berg

An admiring, perceptive, richly researched and performance-studded celebration of 60s icon and white soul singer supreme, Janis Joplin, beautifully crafted by Amy Berg (West of Memphis).


The King and I

Walter Lang

Deborah Kerr and Yul Brynner are the definitive Anna and the King of Siam in the dazzling movie of the evergreen Rogers and Hammerstein musical, spectacularly transferred to digital for its 60th anniversary.


The Philadelphia Story

George Cukor

Katharine Hepburn spoofs her blue blood image as the spoiled bride-to-be in the definitive high society romcom. Sardonic ex-husband Cary Grant and scandal-mongering journo Jimmy Stewart vie to divert her from the altar.

Putuparri and the Rainmakers

Nicole Ma

An emotional journey to meet the traditional rainmakers of Australia's Great Sandy Desert. The film spans 20 years in the life of Tom "Putuparri" Lawford as he navigates the chasm between his Western upbringing and the need to keep his traditional culture alive.



Kurosawa Akira

“Kurosawa’s late-period masterpiece, transposing King Lear to period Japan, is one of the most exquisite spectacles ever made, a color-coordinated epic tragedy of carnage and betrayal – passionate, somber, and profound.” — New York Magazine


Stop Making Sense

Jonathan Demme

Jonathan Demme’s celebrated concert movie remains a conceptual and audiovisual triumph, capturing David Byrne and Talking Heads in infectious peak form.



David Farrier, Dylan Reeve

An online invitation to a tickling contest proves a portal to the dark side for Kiwi journalist David Farrier and director Dylan Reeve in their alarming, so-bizarre-you-could-not-make-it-up doco.


Where to Invade Next

Michael Moore

In his sunniest most upbeat film yet, the activist/director of Fahrenheit 911 and Bowling for Columbine mounts a comic assault on the good citizens of several of the world’s most liberal social welfare states.

The Witch

Robert Eggers

A Puritan family in 1630 New England is torn apart by the forces of witchcraft, black magic and possession in this superbly crafted immersion in period horror from first-time writer/director Robert Eggers.