It’s winter. Bunker down with some flicks.
Master of Wine Stephen Wong helps with wine words for our movie matches.
Try to match critics’ quotes to the NZ films they reviewed
Language expert Elizabeth Gordon & phonetician Margaret Maclagan weigh in.
“Each vignette will be a different moment in the same character’s life”
In-depth interview with the director of this ambitious, visually striking masterpiece.
Hapless stuntman Randy Cambell’s real-life alter ego picks some of NZ’s finest stunt moments.
Liam Maguren went inside the immortal Wellington engine.
Ocean’s Eight, the all-female spin-off from the Ocean’s franchise of heist films, is now in cinemas (you can see it at HOYTS – who’ve brought you this opinion piece). As Amanda Robinson says below, the Sandra Bullock-led pic is more designed to deliver multiplex thrills than upend decades of Hollywood chauvinism. On the eleventh anniversary […]
“Forgotten Silver actually brought home to me how important it is to tell the truth,” writes co-director Costa Botes.
In the same year as Footrot Flats: The Dog’s Tale, another NZ animated classic was released.
Read some highlights from the renowned astrophysicist’s commentary track on the NZ classic he calls “one of my favourite films”.
We spoke to the actor to get a sense of what it’s like seeing New Zealand’s cinema culture from a distance.
From An Angel at my Table to Waru, there is a lot to be thankful for.