The director of 99 Homes on his film’s moral tightrope, New Zealand’s current housing bubble, and the trouble with John Key.
A conversation about staging Eugene Ionesco’s “Theatre of the Absurd.”
Inside Sarah Jane Barnett’s remarkable new book of poems, WORK.
Auckland Theatre Company presents a new work for the stage by poet Grace Taylor.
Collaboration and process were front and centre at the fourth annual Big Screen Symposium for New Zealand filmmakers.
At the BFI London Film Festival 2015: Jia Zhangke’s multi-generational Chinese epic, Mountains May Depart; the façade of progressivism in Flocking; AKIZ’s techno teen horror, Der Nachtmahr; and Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten, the untold story of South-East Asian rock ‘n’ roll.
An ambitious stage adaptation of Rohinton Mistry’s novel at TAPAC; a new round of Young and Hungry plays by Sam Brooks and Uther Dean.
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.