With Bong Joon-ho’s latest, you never know what’s behind the next door until you break through.
The director of Ukraine is Not a Brothel on befriending the founders of the radical Feminist protest group, the dangerous ego of their former leader, and getting in touch with the Slavic soul.
Talking China co-productions, our obsession with time, pop culture/zombies, fiction vs. reality, and the future of radio at the annual Screen Edge Forum.
Wellington’s pride and pleasure sound out their new EP.
At Basement Theatre, the dilemmas of modern reproduction, plus Maurice Shadbolt’s war classic is revived by Auckland Theatre Company.
DOUG DILLAMAN and TIM WONG talk Jake the movie, scriptwriting as a means to an end, collaboration vs. authorship, and finding the right tone.
Joshua Redman, Chick Corea with Gary Burton, Pablo Ziegler, and Dawn of Midi were among the the standout international acts at this year’s Wellington Jazz Festival.
Playground Collective’s new thrilling, provocative play.
A new historical drama by Michelanne Forster and Stephen Adly Guirgis’s hard-hitting New York story come to The Basement.
Silo make a big statement with Thomas Sainsbury’s hilarious dark comedy of traditional family values.
Bill Cain’s explosive play about Shakespeare and the Gunpowder Plot comes to Circa.
A witty and moving glimpse into the lives of a family reunited by the imminent Rapture.
Michael Griffiths and Lady Rizo perform as part of the Auckland International Cabaret Season.
Julia Deans is unleashed on Joni Mitchell’s iconic songbook.
Pilobolus Dance Company’s impressive theatrical event.
An interview with poets Steven Toussaint and Lee Posna.