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Weta Workshop and Te Papa

We had another relaxing morning, eating breakfast and drinking tea looking out at the view over the Wellington Hills and the harbor.

We drove to the Mount Victoria look out for 360° views of the city and the surrounding hills. 434 more words


Wellington - Home of Weta

Ah, Wellington. T and I really enjoyed ourselves there. As big cities go, we really liked Auckland until we came here. As we were walking along Mt. 909 more words

Tourist Attractions

I Am Mother (2018)

A teenage girl is raised underground by a robot “Mother” — designed to repopulate the earth following an extinction event. But their unique bond is threatened when an inexplicable stranger arrives with alarming news.

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A Wellington Whirlwind

On arrival at the city, it was immediately apparent why Wellington is called the Windy City. What was less apparent were the cultural jewels that New Zealand’s capital city holds. 476 more words



Our time on the North Island was nearing its end, Wellington was our last stop. From there we took the Interislander Ferry to Picton on the South Island. 311 more words


Weta Workshop School at Massey University

Weta Workshop School at Massey University

Create your own imaginary worlds for film, TV and game by studying a Master of Design

Concept designers eager to advance their skills in the film, TV and game sector can now learn from industry leaders of the award-winning Weta Workshop in a new venture with Massey University and its Master of Design programme. 716 more words

Weta Digital

Contenders: Visual Effects From Across the Globe Added Pizzazz to this Season's Top Blockbusters

For audiences watching the end credits of major movies, one of the most impressive lists has to be the huge number of visual-effects contributors. “It takes an army,” says Kyle McCulloch, vfx supervisor on Disney blockbuster “Beauty and the Beast,” pictured above. 739 more words