A traveller’s account of the 70th Venice International Film Festival.
Film review of Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine.
The Wellington singer-songwriter on ‘When You Find That Love’ and other mini-masterpieces on his new EP.
Indian Ink’s latest enchanting show.
New Zealand Opera’s production of this foaming, sea-salt crested opera is a real treat.
Uncovering the dark themes beneath the light-hearted surface of Broadway smash Wicked: The Musical ahead of its New Zealand debut.
From cowboys and communists to compost and compassion.
Auckland Theatre Company adapt William Golding’s seminal novel for the stage.
A flawless production of Mike Leigh’s seminal text in British theatre.
A closer look at the human spectacle of Paul Thomas Anderson’s striking film.
Previously at the Wellington Film Society: G.W. Pabst’s Weimar Republic landmark accompanied by the Joyless Orchestra.
With the retirement of its greatest living auteur, where to for anime from here? Mamoru Hosoda’s Wolf Children, plus other past and present discoveries at Madman’s Reel Anime festival, prove that the medium is in good hands.
At the Edinburgh International Festival, Philip Glass transforms of Jean Cocteau’s 1946 classic into a synthesis of opera and film.
A comic odyssey of a lovable yeti.
Catching up with ex-pat Kiwi humourist John Clarke, who Barry ‘Dame Edna’ Humphries describes as “Australia’s greatest comedian.”