Onscreen New Zealand Diversity is an initiative based on Arezou Zalipour’s research and practice in New Zealand to explore and promote this question/message: ‘Is NZ ready for the real diversity on screen?’

Event Information

Time & Venue

The Meteor Theatre, Victoria Street, Hamilton

Door sales:
From 6 pm: $10

Films screening:
At 7 pm, followed by Q&A


Wed 4/Oct
Voices of the Land

Thu 5/Oct
Children of the Migration

Fri 6/Oct
A Taste of Place: Stories of Food and Longing

Tue 10/Oct
Dream Preserved

We 11/Oct
A collection of short films
(Blue, Take 3, Coffee and Allah, Fleeting Beauty, Night Shift, Eating Sausage, Amadi)

Thu 12/Oct
Aunty and Star People

Fri 13/Oct
Came a Hot Friday

Sat 14/Oct
Stars in Her Eyes

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(In)Visible New Zealand Film Festival showcases the wealth of NZ cinema some of which you may have not heard of. Onscreen NZ Diversity works to connect New Zealanders with the films that demonstrate our socio-cultural diversity, and celebrate New Zealand’s rich cinema in reaching out all Aotearoa.

Directed by Athina Tsoulis (2016)

Directed by Virginia Pitts (2004)

Directed by Gerard Smyth (2014)



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