At the New Zealand International Film Festival, co-director Adam Luxton talks about the reality of making his new feature film outside of the ‘bubble’.
At the New Zealand International Film Festival, power, violence, and the lingering scent of death awaits.
A series of 10 minute sets prove the comedy-chops of the next generation of stand-ups.
Theatre of Love presents a rare, intriguing excursion into science-fiction theatre.
The Auckland-based choreographer and filmmaker discusses the making of her debut feature, The Red House.
Silo Theatre’s stirring production of a flawed Alexi Kaye Campbell script.
Circa’s fun and detailed exploration of life in a brothel in post-WW2 London, based on the recent Barabra Tate autobiography of the same name.
A triumphant double-bill of two solo shows.
At the New Zealand International Film Festival, traversing the emotional terrain of human relationships.
A sense of emerging new directions for contemporary world cinema marks the halfway point at this year’s New Zealand International Film Festival.
At the New Zealand International Film Festival, documentarian Lee Hirsch makes a stand.