An interview with Australian actress Caroline Craig, currently in New Zealand performing the stage version of Yes, Prime Minister.
Joshua Oppenheimer, whose staggering documentary is essential viewing at the New Zealand International Film Festival, talks in-depth about filming Indonesia’s killer elite.
Selected highlights from our film festival coverage abroad: Camille Claudel 1915, Child’s Pose, Gloria, Harmony Lessons, Nobody’s Daughter Haewon, Dormant Beauty, Gebo and the Shadow, Lines of Wellington, To the Wonder, Prince Avalanche. Plus, NZIFF picks by our editors and contributors.
An interview with Venice International Film Festival consultant Paolo Bertolin.
At the New Zealand International Film Festival, Sarah Polley explores the complexity of memory through her family’s oral history.
An interview with Ana Piterbarg, director of Everybody Has a Plan.
The problematic dialectic at the heart of curator Hou Hanru’s question/anti-question is explored by a number of artists at the 5th Auckland Triennial.
Silo continues to push the boundaries of theatre with Nassim Soleimanpour’s radical play.
Peter Black continues his photographic exploration of New Zealand’s social landscape.
Wellington satirist Danyl McLauchlan shares some of his own secrets about writing his first novel.