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    • THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS

      The furious family is back for another exhilarating ride.

    • HANDSOME DEVIL

      Sweet, good hearted, immensely likeable and the straightest gay film ever.

    • HANS ZIMMER REVEALED

      Hear your favourite films come to life with the world's most acclaimed film composer.

    • ROLAND TINGS

      A creative, emotional approach to electro.

    • SATELLITE: MISS CHANGY

      A breakfast pop-up with a potter, painter, and culinary extraordinaire.

    • COLOSSAL

      This destructive monster movie doubles as a smart critique on gender politics.

    • PERSONAL SHOPPER

      Kristen Stewart sends texts to the afterlife in this unsettling arthouse ghost story.

    • ANDREW KEOGHAN

      Smouldering songwriter debuts album number two.

    • HEAD TO HEAD

      Beers and pies— what a combo.

    • URBAN STREET FEST ORAKEI

      Korean-Mexican fusion, made-to-order pasta, and grilled cheese from a Land Rover.

    • GOLDEN DAWN NIGHT MARKET

      Trawl the stalls with your favourite glass of vino.

    • GALLERY OF SOUND

      Enjoy local classical music and visual artwork together in one setting.

    • WANDERLUST 2017

      Whether you're a head-standing yogi or just looking for a little zen time.

    • BUGS AND WORMS AND DESIRE

      The honest cousin of 'sugar, spice and all things nice'.

    • ILLUMINATE 2017: NEW ZEALANDERS ON THE WESTERN FRONT

      New Zealand's most innovative Anzac service comes to Auckland.

    • DENIAL

      A gripping and uncomfortably timely drama.

    • THE BODY LAID BARE: MASTERPIECES FROM TATE

      Sink a beer while ogling a Picasso.

    • BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

      This lavish adaptation of Disney's classic fairy tale blends nostalgia with a refreshing sense of progress.

    • A CURE FOR WELLNESS

      It won't be remembered as a landmark horror flick, but this over-the-top effort is still entertainingly unnerving.

    • LOVING

      An intimate true story about love in the face of prejudice.

    • LIFE

      Intelligent life on Mars, perhaps, but none in this by-the-numbers sci-fi horror flick.

    • THE ART OF PARTICIPATION

      Interactive art based on everyday life.

    • BEING CHINESE

      175 years of Chinese New Zealanders.

    • VOLUME: MAKING MUSIC IN AOTEAROA

      Explore the nation's distinct sound— from the Dunedin Sound to barbecue reggae.

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