Giselle Official NZ Trailer

Giselle Official NZ Trailer

Watch the official trailer for Giselle by The Royal New Zealand Ballet, directed by Toa Fraser. Filmed at Auckland’s Aotea Centre, with additional filming taking place at Wellington’s St James Theatre and on the Royal New Zealand Ballet’s tour of …

It’s On in Hamilton

It’s On in Hamilton

Discover what Hamilton has to offer! During the day, visit the local town and stroll down Casabella Lane, filled with ornate shops and cafes. Or if nightlife is more your thing, head down Hood Street and socialise with the locals …

Everyone’s Always Stealing Your Stuff

Everyone’s Always Stealing Your Stuff

What happened to Phar Lap? The Split Enz? To find out, take a look at this funny little video by NZI about the importance of insuring New Zealand because really, ‘Everyone’s always stealing your stuff’.

National Anthem, God Defend New Zealand – The Graduate Choir NZ

National Anthem, God Defend New Zealand – The Graduate Choir NZ

Listen to the angelic voices of The Graduate Choir harmoniously singing the New Zealand National Anthem, arranged by Terence Maskell. Established in 2001, The Graduate Choir NZ is one of New Zealand’s premier choirs and has been described as a …

Franko – We Are One

Franko – We Are One

“We Are One” is a “Unity” Anthem that Franko Heke wrote to bring New Zealand together to win at all things that we put our mind to and create a space for all Kiwis who were living abroad to feel …

Dr Grordbort Presents: The Deadliest Game

Dr Grordbort Presents: The Deadliest Game

Take a look at this short film from Media Design School based on the steampunk sci-fi world of Dr Grordbort created by writer and artist Greg Broadmore from Weta Workshop. Media Design School is New Zealand’s most awarded tertiary provider …

1939 Film: New Zealand Shortwave Communications – Morse code

1939 Film: New Zealand Shortwave Communications – Morse code

New Zealand Post and the Telegraph Department presents: From Black-Blocks to High Seas, A Romance of the Radio Telegraph Service. This is a 1939 Government film about communication to and from New Zealand on these shortwaves, using Morse code.

Te Anau Glowworm Caves – Real Journeys, New Zealand

Te Anau Glowworm Caves – Real Journeys, New Zealand

Real Journeys presents one of New Zealand’s hidden treasures of sculptured rock and rushing water, before drifting in silent darkness beneath the luminous shimmer of thousands of glowworms. Visit Te Anau Glowworm Caves and be enchanted with New Zealand’s underground …

Lord of the Rings Medley – Lindsey Stirling

Lord of the Rings Medley – Lindsey Stirling

Are you a fan of the Lord of the Rings Music? Then you’ll love this music video of Lindsey Stirling playing her violin to the Lord of the Rings Soundtrack all around beautiful places in New Zealand.

New Zealand soldiers perform Haka for fallen comrades in Afghanistan

New Zealand soldiers perform Haka for fallen comrades in Afghanistan

Watch this heart-wrenching and powerful video of The New Zealand Defence Force performing a traditional Maori funeral Haka as a farewell to three of their colleagues who were killed in Afghanistan.

NZ Ad 42 Below

NZ Ad 42 Below

Want to know what the rest of the world thinks of New Zealand? 42 Below creates a very interesting and not-so historically correct New Zealand commercial about how their drink first came to be.

Our Weather – Timelapse

Our Weather – Timelapse

Bevan Percival has created a stunning timelapse of New Zealand's ever-changing weather. Shot in the central North Island, the video attempts to capture the unpredictable nature of New Zealand weather.

Suddenly New Zealand

Suddenly New Zealand

Have a little laugh with Fascinating Aïda, a British comedy-singing group and satirical cabaret act, singing about moving to New Zealand and the abundance of sheep and lambs.

Pokarekare Ana in the style of The Modern Maori Quartet

Pokarekare Ana in the style of The Modern Maori Quartet

Take four good looking, hip swaying, suave Maori guys crooning a mix of modern day & classic songs in Te Reo and English and you get: The Modern Maori Quartet.