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, David Moreau’s romantic comedy of mismatched intentions; and Ashgar Farhadi’s emotionally draining follow up to A Separation
Closing the New Zealand International Film Festival, Jim Jarmusch’s vampire elegy leaves an impression.
Death and darkness await in Alain Guiraudie’s beautiful but malevolent film.
At the New Zealand International Film Festival, Diego Quemada-Díez’s tough, compassionate tale of three border-crossing teens.
At the New Zealand International Film Festival, , JACOB POWELL on Shane Carruth’s belated follow-up to Primer; and ALICE MAY CONNOLLY on Theo Taylor’s honest portrait of escalating anxiety.
Wellington musician Theo Taylor discusses the making of his debut feature, Scenes in My Head—a belated return to the ethos first cultivated by the Aro Valley film movement.
Innovation, inspiration, and human expression in Stephanie Beth’s grassroots gaming documentary.
A conversation with filmmakers Kim Mordaunt and Sylvia Wilczynski about their acclaimed coming-of-age drama set in the heart of Laos.
At the New Zealand International Film Festival, a documentary experience like no other.
The engaging face and voice behind the New Zealand Film Commission’s latest Escalator release chats about the project’s metamorphosis from monologue to feature film.