At the World Cinema Showcase: Mohammad Rasoulof’s arresting fable of Iranian sorrow; Jorge Michel Grau’s horror movie as social satire.
Film review of Charles Ferguson’s Inside Job and Josh Fox’s Gasland.
This week at the Wellington Film Society: Isabelle Huppert’s breakthrough.
A bi-monthly commentary on the Wellington theatre scene. In this edition: The Motor Camp, No Taste Forever, Etiquette, Daughters of Heaven, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Broken China, The Love of Your Life, Heat, A Winter’s Tale, The Peek Party.
Gregory O’Brien’s journey through the art of the late Graham Percy.
Film review of Derek Cianfrance’s Blue Valentine.
This week at the Wellington Film Society: the late Satoshi Kon.
A well deserved survey of one of New Zealand’s singular artists.
The Australian director talks Picnic at Hanging Rock, working in Hollywood, and his return to the big screen after a seven-year absence.
At the Documentary Edge Festival, Danish filmmaker Michael Madsen contemplates the future through the burial of our past.
New Zealand Opera present Handel’s Xerxes at the Auckland Arts Festival.