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Telling the stories of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, NZ and Polynesia

Baring the depravity of slavery

12 Years a Slave
This is a powerful film but it's also a trial for tender souls.

The princess who fell in the dark

Diana
Intimate glimpses of a pampered princess who could never be herself.

Space dishes up some body blows

Gravity
'Lost in space’ for people who like stunning visuals. 

A contemporary take on Jesus

The Gospel of Us
Imagine 'The Teacher' dancing to rock music. then listening to Paul Potts' opera... 

Here come the machines – again

Pacific Rim
To the rescue: computerized machines as tall as skyscrapers and piloted by humans in the machine’s brain.

Do-it-yourself travails

Still Mine
The house that Craig built – even though his ‘old school’ ways clash with the powers that be.

Just don't get in Steve's way

jOBS
Beware of those who pursue their dreams – with scant regard for others. 

Up, up and away to a new identity

Superman
"Acts of God" propel Clark Kent's search for true identity.


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