Thomasin McKenzie Confirmed as Lead In Inspirational Biopic, Perfect
Olympic gold medalist's memoir to be adapted for screen
Ana Scotney cast in Melissa McCarthy's Netflix Series
'God’s Favorite Idiot' is a 16 episode workplace comedy
Stacey Leilua Cast in Dream Role as Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s Mother, in new NBC comedy, ‘Young Rock’
Production has begun on 'Young Rock' in Australia
Davida McKenzie to appear in festive comedy 'Silent Night'
The film is currently in post-production and will hopefully be released later this year
Nathalie Morris Cast in the New Stan Original Series, Bump
Production has begun in Australia on the 10-part drama series
Amost Paradise Wraps Its First Season
The US Action Series was set in the Philippines
'Lastnight in Soho' to be released April 2021
The pyschological thriller stars Thomasin McKenzie
Bree Peters joins cast of Home and Away
She is part of the first Kiwi family to be featured on the series
Thomasin McKenzie cast in 'The Power of the Dog'
The highly anticipated film is being directed by Jane Campion
Lost Girls, starring Thomasin McKenzie premieres at Sundance
The film will be released worldwide on Netflix March 13th
Lilya May hits the screen in Australian Medical-Drama, Harrow
Harrow has returned for it’s third season, premiering in February on ABC
Congratulations to Ana Scotney
For being one of the recipients of the 2020 NZ Film Commission's Gender Scholarships!
Saying Goodbye to a Friend
Stanley Andrew Jackson wins Best Actor at the 2019 Broadway World Awards
Congragulations to Stanley for his performance as D'Artagnan in 'The Three Musketeers'
Abby Damen wins Best Actress at the 2019 NZ Web Festival
For her performance in 'The Watercooler'
The Brokenwood Mysteries Returns For Sixth Season
The award-winning drama series will air Sunday nights on Prime
Mile Fane named Auckland Theatre Comany's Youth Arts Coordinator
Congratulations to Mile on her new role
Growing Nowhere makes Official Selection in LA Shorts Fest
A series written, produced by and starring Christina Paterno
Second Unit: What We Do in the Shadows
Featuring a bunch of GCM actors
Shane Rangi wins Best Actor for Die Like a Shark
A short-film also starring Laura Thompson, Mark Hadlow & Jed Brophy