En 2001, l'équipe des Samoa américaines de football subit une défaite historique contre l'Australie 31-0 lors des éliminatoires pour la Coupe du monde 2002. Pour oublier cet affront, la fédération ambitionne une qualification à la Coupe du monde 2014. En 2011, l'entraineur néerlandais Thomas Rongen, qui a principalement officié aux Etats-Unis, est engagé pour faire progresser l'équipe.
, 1h32 OriginNouvelle zelande GenresComedy ActorsOscar Kightley, Shimpal Lelisi, Robbie Magasiva, David Fane, Madeleine Sami, Gwendoline Taylor Roles Bolo Rating60% Albert (Oscar Kightley) and Tania (Madeleine Sami) are now happily married, but can't quite seal the deal with a baby. While Sefa (Shimpal Lelisi) and Leilani (Teuila Blakely) have got two kids, they aren't married despite Sefa's proposal. Stanley (Iaheto Ah Hi) is now a trainee Deacon in the Future Church, Michael (Robbie Magasiva) has moved to Australia, and Bolo (Dave Fane) ditched his job with Sefa’s failing business to work for Sione (Pua Magasiva). As adulthood drives them apart, a crisis brings them back together: when Bolo disappears, the Minister (Nathaniel Lees) gathers up the boys to find him, somewhere, in the world’s largest Polynesian city.
, 1h43 GenresComedy, Romance ActorsRhys Darby, Sally Hawkins, Emily Barclay, Craig Hall, Bryan Brown, David Fane Roles Kanga Rating60% Doug (Rhys Darby) lives in the perfect no worry world but his life shatters when long term girlfriend Susan (Faye Smythe) dumps him. Though Doug discovers an injured duck and starts to nurse it better. This new found motivation propels Doug into a new journey in his life which causes him to fall in love with veterinarian Holly (Sally Hawkins). Though the path to love is never easy and just when you think you've got a handle on it, it takes flight. Susan comes back into his life, and Doug must learn a valuable lesson, lean on his friends and follow his heart.
, 1h32 OriginNouvelle zelande GenresThriller, Horror ThemesSeafaring films, Transport films ActorsJason Behr, Michael Hurst, Nathaniel Lees, Timothy Balme, Robbie Magasiva, David Fane Roles Mr. Va'a Rating51% Jake Sawyer (Jason Behr) is a global wanderer and tattooist who explores ethnic themes in his designs. While visiting Singapore to sell his craft at a local trade show, he swipes an ancient Samoan tattoo tool. After flying to New Zealand to resume his art, he meet up with a lovely Samoan woman named Sina (Mia Blake) and discovers the local Samoan culture. But Jake slowly learns that his stolen tool ends up unleashing an evil avenging spirit whom targets all of the customers that Jake has given tattoos to since his theft of the tool. While attempting to learn pe'a, the Samoan tradition of tattooing, Jake soon realizes that Sina is imperiled when she gets a tattoo from him and he must find a way to save her, and himself.
, 1h37 OriginNouvelle zelande GenresComedy, Romance ThemesSeafaring films, Transport films ActorsOscar Kightley, Shimpal Lelisi, Robbie Magasiva, Pua Magasiva, Madeleine Sami, Nathaniel Lees Rating63% Set in Auckland, New Zealand the film centres around four Samoan boys: ladies' man Michael, party boy Sefa, good boy Albert, and weird Stanley, who although they are in their mid 20s to early 30s have a reputation for behaving immaturely at special occasions such as family weddings. After four particular incidents (Michael having sex with one of the bridesmaids in the wedding limousine; Albert dropping the bride while she was hoisted up on his shoulder; Sefa getting drunk and passing out while going through the wedding cake and the table; and Stanley setting a reception hall on fire), the local minister of their Samoan church rules that the four are to be banned from the wedding of Michael's brother, Sione.