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Anzac Day Collection

Anzac Day Collection

  • Jock Phillips on sorrow and pride

    The historian and Te Ara general editor muses on memory, mourning and identity, and asks what the collection says about 'Anzac'. Read More >

  • "... the big OE for most New Zealanders was going to war".

    Military historian Dr Chris Pugsley reflects on Anzac on screen: “[this collection] raises more questions than it answers, and so it should”. Read More >

  • Who does Anzac Day belong to?

    Broadcaster Ian Johnstone considers: “that the responsibility for asking people to serve and fight, and perhaps die, belongs to all of us”. Read More >

  • The NZ On Screen World War I collection

    This collection is an evolving onscreen remembrance of New Zealand and the 'Great War', leading up to the centennial of the war's beginning. View >

  • Special thanks to:

    NZ On Screen would like to thank TVNZ, TVNZ Archives, Archives New Zealand, NZ Film Commission, the producers and production companies, colleagues and contributors who helped with the compilation of this Anzac Collection. We also wish to acknowledge the many New Zealanders these titles honour.