Martin Phillipps on The Chills’ long-awaited new album, Silver Bullets.
The Eversons’ Mark Turner on migrating from Auckland to London and what to expect from the band’s forthcoming sophomore album, Stuck In New Zealand.
Highlights and images from Taranaki’s 11th annual WOMAD festival.
Highlights and images from the annual Gisborne music festival.
A new solo album, a stage shared with Erykah Badu, a passport stamped with international performances—the already prolific Estère is ready to move front and centre. Photography by Daniel Rose.
For his cinematic third album, The Nihilist, an in-depth conversation with Liam Finn.
An interview with passionate American actor Denis O’Hare, seen recently on stage in An Iliad, and on screen in Dallas Buyers Club.
Highlights and images from Taranaki’s 10th annual WOMAD festival.
A korero with inspirational soul survivor Charles Bradley.
Marc Labrèche, star of Needles and Opium, on addiction, Miles Davis, Robert Lepage’s humour, and the problem with Paris.
A friendly catch up with Wellington musician and producer Mike Fabulous, aka Lord Echo, on the eve of the release of his sophomore album, Curiosities.
Vincent Ward, New Zealand auteur, reflects on a singular career in film, his creative instinct as an artist, and the exciting prospect of returning to directing after a long absence.
In this ‘b-side’ with Savage, the New Zealand rapper discusses his collaborations and influences.
A conversation with writer-director Toa Fraser, whose latest project, a film version of the Royal New Zealand Ballet’s acclaimed Giselle, heads to the Toronto International Film Festival in September.
Keynote speaker at Auckland’s Big Screen Symposium, writer and director Guillermo Arriaga shares thoughts on his film craft and collaborators.
In conversation with Asia’s biggest filmmaker ahead of the New Zealand release of Stoker and his appearance at Auckland’s Big Screen Symposium.
At the New Zealand International Film Festival, a conversation with Daniel Joseph Borgman ahead of the Australasian premiere of his debut feature, The Weight of Elephants.
An interview with Australian actress Caroline Craig, currently in New Zealand performing the stage version of Yes, Prime Minister.
An interview with Venice International Film Festival consultant Paolo Bertolin.
Wellington satirist Danyl McLauchlan shares some of his own secrets about writing his first novel.