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Im thinking of going to the New Zealand Film Festival this year. Which movies from this list should I see?

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A Nation Without Women

A Page of Madness

A Real Man

A Thousand Months

Aaltra

Ae Fond Kiss

Allie Eagle and Me

Anatomy of Hell

Animation Now!

Any Way the Wind Blows

Après Vous

Bad Santa

Before Sunset

Best of British

Blind Flight

Blood Brothers

Born Into Brothels

Bright Leaves

Bukowski: Born Into This

Checkpoint

Children of the Migration

Citizen King

Closer

Coffee & Cigarettes

Come Drink With Me

Control Room

Cowards Bend the Knee

Crimson Gold

Dame la mano

Dealer

De-Lovely

Días de Santiago

Estonian Panorama

Evil

Fahrenheit 9/11

Father and Son

Festival Express

Four Shades of Brown

Free Radicals

Frodo is Great, Who is That?

Go Further

Goodbye Dragon Inn

Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst

Head-On

Hero

Hollywood Respliced

Homegrown: Documentary

Homegrown: Works on Film

Homegrown: Works on Video

Hone Tuwhare - The Return Home

I'm Not Scared

Imelda

In My Father's Den

In the Dark

In Your Hands

Infernal Affairs II

Infernal Affairs III

Intimate Confessions of a Chinese Courtesan

Intimate Strangers

It's Like That

Kaikohe Demolition

Kamchatka

Kitchen Stories

Last Life in the Universe

Lightning in a Bottle

Los Angeles Plays Itself

Lost Embrace

Maria Full of Grace

Marti

Mayor of the Sunset Strip

Meistersinger

Memories of Murder

Metallica: Some Kind of Monster

Michel Gondry Retrospective

Mister V

My Dad the Inspector

My Neighbour Totoro

Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind

NIL

Nobody Knows

Old Boy

One Missed Call

Ong-Bak

Open Water

Persons of Interest

Porco Rosso

Priit Pärn

Primer

Pupendo

Queen of the Gypsies: A Portrait of Carmen Amaya

Ramones: End of the Century

Rhythm Is It!

Ruby & Quentin

Screaming Men

Seducing Doctor Lewis

Shaun of the Dead

Sheilas: 28 Years On

Silent Waters

Silmido

Somersault

South of the Clouds

Spike Jonze Rarities

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter… and Spring

Steamboat Bill, Jr.

Stoked: The Rise and Fall of Gator

Super Size Me

Tamala 2010: A Punk Cat in Space

The 36th Chamber of Shaolin

The Barbarian Invasions

The Battle of Algiers

The Best of Youth Part I

The Best of Youth Part II

The Cat Returns

The Corporation

The Digital Space

The Five Obstructions

The Last Victory

The Making of Lords of the Rings: Part 1 Fellowship of the Ring

The Master and His Pupil

The Motorcycle Diaries

The Python

The Return

The Saddest Music in the World

The Story of the Weeping Camel

The Stroll

The Triplets of Belleville

The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Part 1 - The Moab Story

The Yes Men

Tibet: Cry of the Snow Lion

Tintin and I

Tokyo Godfathers

Toons for Tots

Touching the Void

Travellers and Magicians

Tropical Malady

Twentynine Palms

Twin Sisters

Vengeance!

Vibrator

Woman Is the Future of Man

Zatoichi

Zelary

Movies in bold I'm going to see, movies underlined im tossing up seeing. Anyone got any other ideas of movies to see?

For more information on each film go Here

And tickets are $7.80US and <pound sign>$4.40</pound sign>

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Out of those, I recommend "The Corporation", "Triplets of Belleville", "Battle of Algiers", "Saddest Music in the World", and DEFINATELY "Some Kind of Monster". "Bad Santa" was also pretty enjoyable ("Can I fix you some sandwiches?"). Not GREAT, but if the oppertunity pops up, it's a solid enough black comedy.

I feel really bad that I can't comment on any more of the movies, as I've only seen a handful of them, but I'll edit this post if I come across anything else. If anything, that's a pretty solid list of movies to look out for...I'm an idiot for not seeing anything during the Toronto Film Festival, or the documentary film festival a while ago...

EDIT: I'm an idiot. Shaun of the Dead and Hero. Especially hero, but ESPECIALLY Shaun of the Dead!

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It depends what your tastes are. I'm most interested in the Asian cinema (Old Boy, Hero, Ong-Bak, etc) and a few of the docos (Fahrenheit 911, The Yes Men, the Corporation, Control Room). Prices are quite high, though, so I'll probably wait to see the films that'll definitely get mainstream release, like Fahrenheit.

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