Anime fans this is for you! Madman is bringing back its Reel Anime festival next month, with four of the freshest anime films from Japan coming to Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch for a one week run! We have five double passes to give away - to be in to win click here to watch the trailer toChildren of the Sea and answer the question below. Send your answer in the subject line of an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm Friday 29 November, 2019.
Question: What mysterious creatures are the children raised by?
The festival runs from December 12 to 18 in the following locations:
After so much edge-of-our-seat waiting, we can finally announce the winners of the Huawei Mate30 Pro New Zealand Television Awards 2019! A big congratulations to members who won awards, we've listed you below.
NZ On Air Best Drama Series Kelly Martin, South Pacific Pictures for Westside.
Images & Sound Best Feature Drama Kelly Martin, South Pacific Pictures for In Dark Places.
NZ On Air Best Documentary Gaylene Preston, Catherine Madigan, Gaylene Preston Productions for My Year with Helen.
Best Original Reality Series Carmen J Leonard, Annabelle Lee-Mather, Philip Smith, Great Southern Television for The Casketeers.
Stage & Screen Travel Services Best Format Reality Series Hayley Cunningham, MediaWorks NZ for Dancing with the Stars S8.
Best Web Series Alex Reed, Cass Avery, Augusto for Jessica's Tree.
Te M?ngai P?ho Best M?ori Programme Carmen J Leonard, Annabelle Lee-Mather, Philip Smith, Great Southern Television for The Casketeers.
Te M?ngai P?ho Best Reo Programme Megan Douglas for Waka Huia - Rereata Makiha.
NZ On Air Best Pasifika Programme Lisa Taouma for 1918: Samoa & The Talune - Ship Of Death.
Best Comedy/Comedy Entertainment Programme Bronwynn Bakker, MediaWorks NZ for Funny Girls Suffragette Special.
Best Director: Documentary/Factual Gaylene Preston, Gaylene Preston Productions for My Year with Helen.
Huawei Mate30 Pro Television Legend South Pacific Pictures for Shortland Street.