24 July

Wild on Film: Landscape is the Film Star

Wild on Film: Landscape is the Film Star

Millions of travellers head down under each year to sample the wild natural beauty of Australia and New Zealand. Marketing and advertising campaigns are all well and good, the respective tourism industries have long been beneficiaries of films that inspire audiences to make the long trip down to the bottom corner of the world.

5 July

10 Questions with….Lifeswap!

10 Questions with….Lifeswap!

If you haven’t seen the quirky animation web series Lifeswap, where German meets NZ, meets NZ, meets German, then you are in for a treat.

12 May

10 Questions with Josh, from Oma Marnie’s Pies.

10 Questions with Josh, from Oma Marnie’s Pies.

Looking to bridge a gap in the fast-food market in Berlin which commonly consists of currywurst bratwurst and Doners, Oma Marnie’s Pies embarked upon the task to bring this NZ and Aussie classic, to the people!






28 March

DUB film submissions have closed!!!

DUB film submissions have closed!!!

Attention all Aussie and New Zealand filmmakers! The Down Under Berlin Film Festival returns from 13-17 September 2017 to Kino Moviemento and submission are open! Have you submitted your film to the 7th DUB Festival yet?






19 July

’10 Questions with…’ Down Under Berlin’s Frances Hill

’10 Questions with…’ Down Under Berlin’s Frances Hill

To run a week long festival in a foreign country to your own, is not an easy feat. It takes passion, dedication and drive, a bit of movie know-how, a good team, and a sense of humour doesn’t hurt. The next in our series of “10 questions with…”, we ask DUB master and chief, Frances Hill, a few questions to get to know her a little better.






11 July

The Hunt for Taika Waititi

The Hunt for Taika Waititi

Internationally acclaimed New Zealand filmmaker Taika Waititi created films like What we do in the Shadows and Eagle vs Shark. From his academy award nomination for Two Cars, One Night, to having two of New Zealand’s highest grossing films Boy and Hunt For the Wilderpeople. How did he get there?






7 July

The ‘Jackson Effect’ – Boosting New Zealand Film Production

The ‘Jackson Effect’ – Boosting New Zealand Film Production

Author Frank Stark has said, “In the 115-year history of film in this country, more than half of all our feature films were made in just the past 10 years“. From The Lord Of The Rings to the latest internationally successful films as What we do in the shadows and Mahana, how did the ‘Jackson Effect’ finally become the foundation for a rise in national New Zealand film production?