One of the many global film heavyweights participating in October’s two-day summit.
Plus one of Flicks’ fave gems of 2018.
We thought you should get to play along at home.
Leonardo DiCaprio is one of the world’s biggest acting stars for a reason: he’s damn good at his job.
After almost two decades, Christchurch got their champions.
“I can see everyone’s levelled up—working towards Super Saiyan level.”
Check out reactions following our previews of Tarantino’s latest…
NZ Music Hall of Fame inductees Herbs are celebrated in new doco
“If you give them the tools, great things can happen.”
Paul Casserly raves about Succession with season two about to stream on NEON.
And there’s also a one-man jazz animation from NZ.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is far from the first time Tarantino’s shown his love for cinema.
Cliff Curtis talks to Flicks about his role in the new Fast & Furious spinoff.
Andrew Bujalski’s latest follows the staff of boob-oriented bar/restaurant Double Whammies
Action spectacles, the return of a master director, and other crowd-pleasers are on the way.
“It’s the cycle of strangeness.”
“We’re kind of constantly coming of age or shifting into different seasons of our life, I think”
“I deliberately wanted to make a movie that felt tonally unusual”
See DiCaprio, Pitt and Robbie in QT’s latest – before anyone else