At New Zealand Festival Writers Week, the Israeli short fiction writer opens up about his first foray into narrative non-fiction, The Seven Good Years.
Mallory Ortberg, satirist and co-founder of The Toast, talks humour, femslash, and her conflicting soft spot for Ayn Rand ahead of New Zealand Festival Writers Week.
An interview with Grant Scicluna, writer-director of Downriver—a powerful new Australian film in the tradition of The Boys.
Haruki Murakami talks cats, enemies, and his subconscious at the Auckland Writers Festival.
A self-taught sociopath becomes an upwardly mobile monster in Dan Gilroy’s gripping character study.
By focusing on pivotal segments of their subjects’ lives, two recent biopics capture an historical imprint rather than a personal saga.
Different breeds of underdog find something worth celebrating in Matthew Warchus’s new period comedy.