New zealand film смотреть последние обновления за сегодня на .
Will Bastion (Temuera Morrison), returns from 20 years service in the New Zealand Army to Raukura, his hometown, to face the biggest challenge of his life. His father has died, leaving a sacred Mere, the symbol of leadership, to him. He doesn't want it, believing it represents the violence he has turned his back on. His uncertainty is seized upon by the charismatic firebrand, Kahu, Will's younger brother and rebel leader of the tribe. Matters are further complicated by the arrival of Will's 17-year-old daughter, Ripeka, who is brimming with her own brand of rebellion. Openly flouting the government through their radical separatist views and dope-growing empire, Kahu and his cult have either seduced or intimidated everyone in the village.Will having seen real war cannot tolerate Kahus violence. The stage is set for a showdown, pitting brother against brother as the forces of tradition, government authority and tribe pride, all collides in an action-packed saga of loyalty, betrayal and love.
"Creepy....Spine-tingling....HIDDEN has a spirit that draws you in and keeps you thinking well beyond the last frame." - RICHARD TAYLOR Academy Award Winner THE LORD OF THE RINGS Year of Production: 2001 (released 2005) Genre: Mystery/Drama Budget: $7000 NZD Format: mini-DV / DVCPRO Shot and edited in 2001, and released in 2005, “Hidden” was the brainchild of Murray Hutchinson, the late artistic director of the drama department at “The School of Performing and Screen Arts” in Auckland, New Zealand. One of Murray’s many dreams for the school was to make a feature film starring the 3rd year acting students. He wanted to give them a more intensive “on set” experience before they graduated and entered the industry at the end of the year. In 2001 he was able to make this dream a reality. With a budget of just $3500 allocated for script writing, pre-production, production and a first edit, “Hidden” began shooting in and around the Auckland and Waikato regions during the wet winter of 2001. With no crew, minimal equipment, and working around the students busy schooling schedules, the film was shot over many months, shooting scenes well out of order. Although the budget was low, the concept was high, leading to many ambitious sequences involving dangerous stunts and complicated camera set-ups. 18 actors, 2 kids, numerous stunt people, animals, insects, wind, rain and freezing cold water all collided together until the final shot was completed in late November. With a mid-2002 release planned, the film was fast tracked through editing in time for the final colour grade, FX and sound design which was scheduled to begin in January 2002. After a tough but virtually smooth-sailing shoot and edit, the dark clouds suddenly began to close in on the production. It took a further three and a half years trapped in post-production purgatory before “Hidden” was wrestled into submission in time to premiere at the “Rebelfest Film Festival” in Toronto in late 2005. In a bittersweet moment befitting the bittersweet film, Murray Hutchinson, the man behind the whole four and a half year adventure, passed away back in New Zealand during the Canadian screening. The film was later dedicated to his memory. After appearing at 8 international film festivals, winning several awards along the way, “Hidden” was finally released back home in New Zealand to lukewarm and sometimes hostile reviews. The film’s obvious budget limitations, lack of dialogue, and unusual storytelling format alienated audiences for the most part and it was quickly forgotten. Now 10 years on from the release (nearly 15 years since the film’s initial inception) “Hidden” is being uploaded to Youtube for the first time in honour of Murray Hutchinson and the wonderful legacy he left behind at “The School of Performing and Screen Arts”. He was an exceptionally talented, warm hearted and patient man, and was an important mentor to many well-known actors and filmmakers. His generosity of spirit can be felt throughout this film. Much love to you Murray.
BOY Year: 2010 Genres: Action | Comedy Running time: 87 minutes Director: Taika Waititi Stars: James Rolleston, Te Aho Eketone-Whitu, Taika Waititi Boy is a dreamer who loves Michael Jackson. He lives with his brother Rocky, a tribe of deserted cousins and his Nan. Boy’s other hero, his father Alamein, is the subject of Boy’s fantasies, and he imagines him as a deep sea diver, war hero and a close relation of Michael Jackson. In reality Alamein is an inept, wannabe gangster who has been in jail for robbery. When Alamein returns home after seven years away, Boy is forced to confront the man he thought he remembered, find his own potential and learn to get along without the hero he had been hoping for. Boy เป็นเรื่องราวของเด็กชายชื่อ Boy ที่ฝันอยากจะเป็นนักร้องชื่อดังเหมือนไมเคิล แจ็คสัน ราชาเพลงป๊อป เขาอาศัยอยู่กับพี่ชายชื่อร็อคกี้ และญาติ เขาจินตนาการว่าพ่อของเขาชื่อ Alamein เป็นดำน้ำทะเลลึก เป็นฮีโร่จากสงคราม และรู้จักใกล้ชิดกับไมเคิล แจ็คสัน แต่ในความเป็นจริงแล้ว Alamein เป็นคนที่ไม่มีอาชีพเป็นหลักแหล่ง อีกทั้งยังอยู่ในแก๊งค์อันธพาล ติดคุกเพราะขโมยของ หลังจากที่ Alamein กลับมาที่บ้านหลังจากหายไป 7 ปี Boy จึงต้องเผชิญกับความเป็นจริงที่ว่าพ่อของเขาไม่ได้เป็นฮีโร่อย่างที่เขาคิดไว้ และต้องหาวิธีอยู่ร่วมกับพ่อของเขาให้ได้ Subscribe us 🤍 🎬 อัปเดตเทรนด์หนังฮิต 📍โปรโมชั่นสุดคุ้ม 🎞 ดูหนังรอบพิเศษก่อนใคร #SFCinema ที่เดียวที่ให้คุณมากกว่า🍿❤️ ซื้อตั๋ว/เช็ครอบ ผ่านทาง APP: SF Cinema 🤍sfcinemacity.com
New Zealand is one of the most beautiful destinations on earth! Enjoy this 4K Scenic Relaxation Film featuring the various landscapes of New Zealand. From the magical Milford Sound, to the snowy peaks of Mount Cook, New Zealand is place that needs to be experienced. Where is your favorite place in New Zealand? Our other Relaxation films: French Polynesia 4K - 🤍 The Ocean 4K - 🤍 Italy Relaxation Film 4K - 🤍 Scotland Relaxation 4K - 🤍 Germany Relaxation 4K - 🤍 Animals 4K - 🤍 Asia Animals Film 4K - 🤍 African Safari 4K - 🤍 The Amazon 4K - 🤍 Birds 4K - 🤍 Around the World 4K - 🤍 Nepal Relaxation Film 4K - 🤍 Alps Relaxation Film 4K - 🤍 Follow us on instagram 🤍scenicrelaxationfilms Where we get our music - 🤍 Great Place for Stock footage - 🤍 Great Place for Music - 🤍 Great Place for Assets - 🤍 Free stock footage, guides & luts - 🤍 Timestamps: 0:00 - Intro 13:36 - Across New Zealand 16:55 - South Island 21:10 - North Island 23:04 - Mountains of New Zealand 26:20 - New Zealand's Coast 30:27 - Lakes & Countryside of New Zealand 33:33 - Timelapses of New Zealand 36:34 - Landscapes of New Zealand
A Short Film about three brothers tangled in the streets. The path of the gangster, fiend and innocent unfolds over three days. Won EIT Best Director 2017. Have not entered Festival circuits due to rights to music and stubbornness. Lesson learned. -Defysoe, iii. Filmed in Napier, New Zealand with help and guidance from the Eastern Institute of Technology. Music from heresomewhere, Raiza Biza, Dejuan Whaley and emune. Written, Edited and Directed by Cosmo Calman.
24 Ski Areas. 3 Regions. Endless Adventures. See You At The Bottom – The New Zealand Snow Movie is a 20 minute film that has one simple goal in mind: To leave you lusting to get to the mountains. We unveil the unique big mountain experiences on offer in each of New Zealand’s distinctly different ski regions. 0:00 Intro See You At The Bottom 1:19 Queenstown/Wānaka 9:02 Canterbury 14:09 Ruapehu 17:45 Outro/Credits Queenstown/Wānaka The film kicks off with Queenstown and Wānaka, where skiers and snowboarders are spoilt for choice. The lively bustle of Queenstown contrasts to the peace and tranquillity of Wānaka. All visitors to these snow sports meccas are looked after – you can find first timers and Olympians enjoying the same mountain on any given day. Canterbury The film then moves to Canterbury, where rugged personalities meet community spirit and some of the country’s most breath-taking skiable terrain. The iconic Canterbury club fields are explored, alongside Mt Hutt Ski Area. Ruapehu It all culminates in the film’s final section, i what is arguably New Zealand's most unique winter experience – skiing and snowboarding on a volcano. Often described as “The Meeting Place”, Mt Ruapehu is home to Whakapapa and Tūroa ski areas, sitting almost perfectly in the centre of the North Island. Featuring the talent of: Margaux Hackett, Beau James Wells, Carlos Garcia Knight, Jay Smith, Archie Smith, Janina Kuzma, Roland Morley-Brown, Blake Marshall, Jess Hotter, Mitch Davern, Manu Barnard, Ronan Thompson, Finn Bilous, Tiarn Collins, Jess Hotter, Jossi Wells, Bianca Bratton, Fiona Murray, Henry Freeman, Ben Comber, Mitch Davern, Benji Ewans, Rose Battersby and more. Website: Seeyouatthebottom.co.nz
Two main islands covered with green hills or mountains with eternal snow, 60 million sheep for 4.5 million inhabitants, a population with a dual Maori and European culture, an immoderate taste for spectacular sports and the discovery of nature , all the facets of New Zealand are juxtaposed in Pierre Brouwers' film to finally make us discover this country at the end of the world. An exceptional journey, the images we dream of, a nature color film. Director Pierre Brouwers
Grab some popcorn and relax to Awa Drone's longest film yet! This 1 hour film is great for showing off your fancy 4K TV, but make sure picture profile is set at "cinematic" or similar and turn off "motion smoothing (video interpolation)" This is very important. If you're having difficulties finding the menu on your TV simply google : " Turn off motion smoothing [Your TV Make & Model No.] " Filmed mostly in the south island of New Zealand with a few of the waterfall locations in the north. Chapters: 0:00 - Sunrise down south 3:48 - Turquoise waters 9:08 - Small town 15:53 - Waterfalls 21:28 - Adventures with friends 26:10 - Breathe 30:38 - Epic 34:44 - Seasons change 38:20 - Winter has come 44:14 - Life on an island 48:33 - Along the coast 52:37 - The final chapter Many of these locations wouldn't have happened with out Man And Drone as my hiking partner. Check out his 25m New Zealand Epic on his channel 🤍 Music: Dexter Britain 🤍
A mass migration of Pacific Islanders in search of salvation leads to a war between the native population and the growing numbers of new arrivals, and a young girl stuck in the middle is forced to choose between fighting for what she loves or to save what is left of it. Mahalo to everyone who helped make this film possible! WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY Kenji Doughty PRODUCED BY Yamato Cibulka DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY Ryan Miyamoto PRODUCER Kenneth K. Martinez Burgmaier EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS Vince Keala Lucero Brian Keaulana Ty Sanga ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS Laura Aguon Kent Matsuoka Leonn Kelikini Darius A. Monsef IV Matthew Wong CO-PRODUCERS Noel Nicholas Leah Gallegos CAST Ha’a Keaulana Paula Fuga Keala Kahuanui-Paleka Hio Pelesasa Ocean Kauwili Brian Keaulana Naomi Seau Kala Alexander Sam K. Kapoi Kainalu Hecomovich
UPDATE: We just finished filming another great short film, so hit SUBSCRIBE to be the first to see it when we release it on this channel! WW1 Aotearoa Based Short Film. A kiwi spin on the classic "Football at Christmas" World War One story. If you enjoyed this why not help us make more! Click below and head to our patreon page to donate. Every little bit helps! 🤍 We are an independent production company and fund all our own projects. #ANZAC #MaoriBattalion #WW1 🤍
January 1945: on a lonely farm in coastal New Zealand, a young widow confronts two crewmen from a German submarine who have come ashore on a secret mission – to get fresh milk. Production: Punakaiki Productions, 2019 Writer/Director: Pennie Hunt DOP: Kirk Pflaum Editors: Richard Lord, Lyra Stewart Funded by Short Film Otago Main Sponsor: Queenstown Camera Company Festivals: - San Jose International Short Film Festival, US, Oct. 2019 - Austin International Film Festival, US, Oct. 2019 - Tri-Cities International Film Festival, US, Oct. 2019 - Alice nella Città International Film Festival, Italy, Oct. 2019 - Aesthetica Short Film Festival, UK, Nov. 2019 - Veterans Film Festival, Australia, Nov. 2019 - Shorts Are Not Pants, Canada, Nov. 2019 - China International New Media Short Film Festival, Dec. 2019 - Yountville International Film Festival, US, Feb. 2020 - 10th Eko International Film Festival, Nigeria, March 2020 - 8th International Changing Perspectives Film Festival, Turkey, March 2020 - 21 Islands International Short Film Festival, US, April 2020 - BraveMaker Film Fest, US, April 2020 - Lighthouse International Short Film Fest, US, June 2020 - Ischia International Film Festival, Italy, June 2020 - Pune International Film Festival, India, October 2020 - Bolton International Film Festival, UK, October 2020 - Rome International Film Festival, US, November 2020 - Sheffield International Film Festival, UK, November 2020
New Zealand has some pretty well-known film locations 🧝 but there's many others you might not know... How many of these New Zealand spots do you recognise? Learn more: 🤍
Bully is confronted
The new 4 series of the documentary series "Ancestors of our ancestors" tells about the history of settlement of a distant and mysterious country-New Zealand. This is a unique project. Dozens of interviews - with indigenous Maori and descendants of immigrants from Europe. Unusual local rites and festivals. Exclusive shooting from the ground, water and air. All the most important and iconic monuments of history, culture and nature. Computer graphics and animation. The documentary cycle "Ancestors of our ancestors" is a unique opportunity to visit the country, to which most viewers will never get. Immerse yourself in its history, culture and modern life... Film 1 «Māori. Children of Hawaiki» The film is based on the mystery of the origin of the Maori. Presumably, Māori appeared in New Zealand in the 12th century ad. And their ancestral home is the mythical country of Hawaiki, whose name is preserved in ancient Māori myths and legends. Polynesia (and the Maori are Polynesians) are dozens of peoples and more than 1,000 Islands scattered across the Central and South Pacific. Where exactly was the legendary Hawaiki?
UPDATE: Comments are turned off for this video. Youtube disable the comments feature when children star in a film, to avoid abuse. NZ 1987. Two friends come up with an ingenious scheme to make desperately needed money....but will it succeed? This is a remake of a story I did when I was in film school. I always have a filming project on the go, so hit subscribe and see the latest when it arrives! 🤍 🤍
'A love song to a childhood in a changing suburb.' This film was made as part of the Commonwealth Shorts project, a capacity building scheme to give emerging writers/directors the opportunity to make a film which highlights issues affecting them and their communities. The initiative is a partnership between Commonwealth Writers, B3 Media and CBA Worldview.
"Lost Track New Zealand" takes you on a journey of a lifetime through the remote wilderness of New Zealand in search of perfect waves and life long memories. Follow surfer Torren Martyn and film maker Ishka Folkwell as they embark on a three month motorbike adventure into the depths of this great southern land. After carefully customising Royal Enfield motorcycles to carry surfboards and all the essentials, Torren and Ishka battle the elements as they ride through storms, survive near death experiences and experience moments of bliss, all on a quest to escape into nature and ride perfect waves. In this feature film produced by needessentials, filmmaker Ishka Folkwell captures Torren’s timeless surfing against the backdrop of one of the most beautiful landscapes on earth. Set to an outstanding original soundtrack composed by Headland and Nick Bampton. Lost Track New Zealand allows you to ride along on an epic adventure and reminds us that although life has its highs and lows, if you can ride those waves you'll always find contentment in a deep connection with nature and the ocean. Produced and presented by 🤍 Subscribe to the needessentials YouTube Channel to be the first to see our new videos: 🤍 Find the full soundtrack here HEADLAND :🤍 NICK BAMPTON 🤍
Welcome to Earth Relaxation ! New Zealand, Māori Aotearoa, island country in the South Pacific Ocean, the southwesternmost part of Polynesia. The two main islands, North and South Islands, are separated by the Cook Strait. Australia, its nearest neighbor, is 1,000 miles away. The islands were created just 23 million years ago when land was thrust out of the ocean by volcanic forces. New Zealand has more than 50 volcanoes, some of which are still active today. Sharp snowy peaks, rocky shores, and pastures create a majestic landscape. New Zealand’s climate is determined by its latitude, its isolation, and its physical characteristics. There are few temperature extremes. Because of the high mountain chains that lie across the path of the prevailing winds, the contrast in climate from west to east is sharper than that from north to south. Mountain ranges are also responsible for the semicontinental climate of Central Otago. Music has so many benefits, and one of them is that it calms your nerves down. It's always a good idea to listen to some background music while you're doing something. So here are some relaxing piano pieces with 4k nature videos that will help you relax, feel relaxed, and get ready for bed. In this video, I'm going to show you my favorite nature video about new zealand or new zealand in 4k videos, that will help you relax and improve your mood. It's a 4k video with relaxing music and calming nature sounds. There are no talking in this video so you can enjoy the natural sound of the forest, the sound of a river, and some birds chirping. Watch the 4k ultra high definition video in this video in somewhere at nail salon, public transport or restaurant. Relaxing music is playing in the background. Try out this 4k ultra high definition video let me know what you think in the comments below! ▽ Follow Earth Relaxation ➤ Youtube → 🤍 #earthrelaxation #relaxingmusic #4knewzealand Music provided by EMVN Submit your music: 🤍 📌 Contacts: network🤍emvn.co Track list: 0:0:0 | 1 . Piano Không Lời Thư Giãn Trị Liệu, Thiền 0:19:25 | 2 . Peaceful Piano Music - VPROD BGM 0:28:18 | 3 . When Will You Return (Solo Piano) 0:30:42 | 4 . Calming Piano Music For Sleep - VPROD BGM 0:38:27 | 5 . I'm Innocent 0:42:35 | 6 . Erase Memories 0:45:17 | 7 . Soothing 0:49:17 | 8 . Wilderness 0:51:38 | 9 . Two hearts beat together 0:54:26 | 10. Calming Piano Music For Sleep - VPROD BGM 1:2:11 | 11. Simple thinking 1:5:27 | 12. Expatriate life 1:9:10 | 13. Soothing Follow Artists: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ►All rights belong to their respective owners. ✔ This video was given a special license directly from the artists and the right holders.
New Zealand is a long way from anywhere, and drug cartels have traditionally not bothered sending them much cocaine or heroin. So, Kiwis have had to improvise – and they discovered a love for meth, and random new chemicals no one’s ever heard of. This was all getting very dangerous, with rising addiction and biker gangs fighting over territory. Then one man – a steam-punk glam-rock musician named Starboy – decided to try and end New Zealand’s drug war once and for all. And he almost managed it! Watch more from this series: The Opioid Crisis Sweeping Africa 🤍 Why Mexican Cartels Use American Guns 🤍 The Female Cartel Bosses of Latin America 🤍 Check out the VICE World News playlist for global reporting you won't find elsewhere: 🤍 Click here to subscribe to VICE: 🤍 About VICE: The Definitive Guide To Enlightening Information. From every corner of the planet, our immersive, caustic, ground-breaking and often bizarre stories have changed the way people think about culture, crime, art, parties, fashion, protest, the internet and other subjects that don't even have names yet. Browse the growing library and discover corners of the world you never knew existed. Welcome to VICE. Connect with VICE: Check out our full video catalog: 🤍 Videos, daily editorial and more: 🤍 More videos from the VICE network: 🤍 Click here to get the best of VICE daily: 🤍 Like VICE on Facebook: 🤍 Follow VICE on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 The VICE YouTube Network: VICE: 🤍 MUNCHIES: 🤍 VICE News: 🤍 VICELAND: 🤍 Broadly: 🤍 Noisey: 🤍 Motherboard: 🤍 VICE Sports: 🤍 i-D: 🤍 Waypoint: 🤍 #Vice #NewZealand #Drugs
If you want to see funny movies from New Zealand you should definitely watch our picks the best New Zealand comedy movies. Discover the best… 🍿 popcorn machine: 🤍 🌍 VPN service: 🤍 📹 YouTube tool: 🤍 We missed your favorite New Zealand Comedy Movie? Let us know in the comments! Follow us on... Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Movies in this Ranking: 10. Samoan Wedding (2006): 🤍 (00:29) 9. Deathgasm (2015): 🤍 (01:22) 8. Meet The Feebles (1989): 🤍 (02:19) 7. Bad Taste (1987): 🤍 (03:16) 6. Housebound (2014): 🤍 (04:11) 5. Goodbye Pork Pie (1980): 🤍 (05:07) 4. Boy (2010): 🤍 (06:02) 3. Braindead (1992): 🤍 (06:59) 2. What We Do In The Shadows (2014): 🤍 (08:00) 1. Hunt for the Wilderpeople (2016): 🤍 (09:30) You want to work with us? For collaboration requests please contact us via… Mail: hello🤍communitv.de You want to support us? If you buy a product via our links we get a small commission. The price remains the same for you. We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. Music: 🤍bensound.com
With amazing work in the film industry happening in Wellington Lindsey felt it was the best place to be. Lindsey comes from the United States of America and was keen to be involved in New Zealand's film industry. She talks about its lifestyle and working for the famous Weta Workshop in Wellington, and living in the suburb of Miramar.
Enjoy the ultimate scenic beauty of New Zealand ... Main locations in the video: South Island: on the road from Christchurch to lake Tekapo (0:01), Lake Tekapo (0:25), Lake Pukaki (0:39), Aoraki Mount Cook National Park (0:48), Lake Pukaki (2:18), Clay Cliffs (2:58), Lake Dunstan (3:29), Kawarau River & Gorge (3:35), Queenstown - views from Queenstown Hill walk (3:45), Lake Wakatipu - view from the Queenstown-Glenorchy road (4:29), Milford Sound & Fiordland (4:43), Doubtful Sound (6:18 with crossing Lake Manapouri at the beginning), Fox & Franz Josef Glaciers (8:14), Lake Matheson (9:20), Laka Wanaka (9:52), Lake Hawea (10:04), Haast River (10:21), Fantail Falls (10:32), Thunder Creek Falls (10:48), Haast River & Roaring Billy Falls (11:03), Ship Creek (11:23), Knights Point Lookout (11:52), Bruce Bay (12:01), Motukiekie Beach (12:16), Punakaiki Pancake Rocks (12:31), Abel Tasman National Park (13:28). North Island: Rotorua Geothermal Area(15:25), Tongariro Alpine Crossing (16:48), Lake Taupo (18:05). Recorded February 2019 in 4K Ultra HD with Sony AX700 and DJI Osmo Pocket. Music: Herrin - Transcendence 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 DOWNLOAD/STREAM: 🤍 ETHNIC WIND INSTRUMENTS: Sandro Friedrich 🤍 Immerse yourself in Amazing Places on Our Planet without the distraction of words. New 4K video every Friday or every second Friday. Filmed and Edited by Milosh Kitchovitch (business inquiries: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 More Amazing Places in 4K: 🤍
Explore southern New Zealand in a journey from the dry highlands of canterbury to the lush rainforests of the westcoast and the rugged coastlines of the south to the highest peaks of the southern Alps. Captured in incredibly detailed 8K resolution and mastered at 60fps this video is aimed to bring you as close to the scenery as being just on location. Check out the 60fps version: 🤍 Within the production-time of 16weeks, 185000 photos have been taken, 8TB of raw-material shot, over 220 hours of time captured, 8000km driven and over 1000 hours have been spent for post-production. Visit my website for information about the project: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 | INSTAGRAM: 🤍 Behind The Scenes: 🤍 8K Version: Soundtrack: “Waves” - Mattia Cupelli: 🤍 STOCK FOOTAGE: 🤍 SPECIAL THANKS: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 EQUIPMENT: Cameras: Sony A7RII, Sony A7s, Canon 6D Lenses: Zeiss Otus 28mm, Canon 11-24mm, Tamron 15-30mm, Zeiss Milvus 35mm, Canon 70-200mm Motion-Control: eMotimo Spectrum ST4, customized Dynamic Perception Stage One
A historical survey of how the New Zealand house has evolved over the last hundred years. The good simple houses of the early pioneers, the Victorian elaborations, and the trend again to simplicity in the modern house. This is followed by a survey of the housing position in New Zealand as it was in 1946. The difficulties of shortages in labour and material are discussed and the New Zealand State housing project is shown in some detail together with details for future towns. This film has been uploaded in two parts. DV file of 35mm Film R.1 W3471/vv/R1 35mm film-R.2 W3471/vv/R2
When it comes to New Zealand, local boys Elliot Paerata Reid, Kehu Butler, Ware Wano, and Dune Kennings know exactly when to be, where to be, and how much neoprene to pack.
After decades of bloody war, New Zealand's two deadliest organized gangs – The Mongrel Mob and Black Power – are joining forces to tackle a mutual threat. Watch more like this: The New Cocaine Mafia 🤍 How I Smuggle Weed From California to New York 🤍 Vybz Kartel Still Dominates Dancehall From Prison 🤍 #CriminalPlanet Subscribe Now: 🤍 Follow VICE TV: VICETV.com | 🤍 VICE Video | 🤍 Facebook | 🤍 Twitter | 🤍 Instagram | 🤍 Newsletter | 🤍
Sponsored by MagellanTV - a new streaming service with 2,000+ documentaries worth watching. MagellanTV has extended an exclusive offer to History Time's viewers: Visit this link below to receive a one-month FREE trial! MagellanTV - 🤍 History playlist - 🤍 Watch my latest history documentary:- 🤍 — All documentaries researched, written, narrated and produced by Pete Kelly. You can find me on Twitter:- 🤍 — Subscribe to our second channel Voices of the Past for more awesome historical content:- 🤍 — And our third, dedicated to Science Fiction and Fantasy:- 🤍 — Become a patron for as little as a dollar a month & help keep this channel going:- 🤍 — History Time is now a podcast. You can find us wherever you get your podcasts from. —Join the History Time community:- Twitter:- 🤍 Facebook:- 🤍 Instagram:- 🤍 — Music courtesy of:- - Epidemic Sound - Joss Edwards Music:- 🤍 Kevin MacLeod I've compiled a reading list of my favourite history books via the Amazon influencer program. If you do choose to purchase any of these incredible sources of information then Amazon will send me a tiny fraction of the earnings (as long as you do it through the link) (this means more and better content in the future) I'll keep adding to and updating the list as time goes on:- 🤍 I try to use copyright free images at all times. However if I have used any of your artwork or maps then please don't hesitate to contact me and I’ll be more than happy to give the appropriate credit.
NEW ZEALAND SUMMER SERIES: From the lakes of Wanaka and Queenstown, through Milford and Mount Egmont, here's to the weather heating up and an adventure packed start to the new year! Places visited: Roys Peak Track, Rocky Mountain Summit, Lake Alta, Remarkables, Lake Wanaka, Queenstown, Milford Sound, Noho Blueberry Farm, Paritutu Rock, Mount Egmont Taranaki, Pouakai Crossing Blog posts: 🤍 🤍 Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Youtube: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Music used: Justin Caruso – Caving (ft. James Droll) [Beauz Remix] Gear used: DJI Mavic Pro, SONY a6500, 10-18mm f4.0, SIGMA 30mm f1.4; edited in FCPX
Billy Connolly is invited to a marae in Hamilton, New Zealand. Welcome to the official Billy Connolly YouTube channel. Subscribe now for weekly uploads of The Big Yin! Subscribe here ❯ 🤍 Official website❯ 🤍 Billy Connolly's art ❯ 🤍
You asked, we answered. Part II of New Zealand film locations you might not know... Learn more: 🤍
While Tahiti was getting a swell blasting, so too was New Zealand. Here's the highlights from a thumping session on the east coast of the north island. Vid by Damon Meade.
Subscribe to TRAILERS: 🤍 Subscribe to COMING SOON: 🤍 Like us on FACEBOOK: 🤍 Follow us on TWITTER: 🤍 The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Featurette - New Zealand (2013) - Lord of the Rings Movie HD The Dwarves, Bilbo and Gandalf have successfully escaped the Misty Mountains, and Bilbo has gained the One Ring. They all continue their journey to get their gold back from the Dragon, Smaug.
As the official airline of Middle-earth, Air New Zealand has gone all out to celebrate the third and final film in The Hobbit Trilogy - The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. Starring Elijah Wood and Sir Peter Jackson; we're thrilled to unveil The Most Epic Safety Video Ever Made. #airnzhobbit Special cameos by Sylvester McCoy, Dean O’Gorman and Weta Workshop co-founder Sir Richard Taylor. Directed by Taika Waititi. Check out the Air New Zealand Facebook page to see behind the scenes pics from ‘The Most Epic Safety Video Ever Made’ and see firsthand Hollywood stars on the set of Middle-earth including Elijah Wood, Sylvester McCoy, Dean O’Gorman, John Rhys-Davies (as Gimli) and New Zealand’s own Sir Peter Jackson. Subscribe to Air New Zealand for more epic videos, and don’t forget to share this video with your friends. Enjoy!