A decade after chronicling the birth of skateboarding in Dogtown and Z-Boys , documentarian Stacy Peralta is back to look at one of the greatest periods of skateboarding popularity – the 1980s – in Bones Brigade: An Autobiography . James Croot quizzed him about the making of the film and where he sees skateboarding today
Talk about talking heads. Oscar’s Guide to the Chinese Zodiac, TV3’s Inside New Zealand documentary which went to air on Wednesday at 9.30pm, had so many Kiwi celebrities and New Zealand notorieties in it, it was distracting viewing and hard to absorb the information
Two movie-inspired musicals are vying for your entertainment dollar in Melbourne this winter. James Croot compares the beauty with the beast.
Katy Perry ‘goes there’ with Vogue about two of her high-profile relationships, as the magazine’s July cover story.
Welcome to the big finale of web comedy Woodville. Written by Emmy-nominated screen writer Christopher Brandon and directed by Georgiana Taylor, Woodville follows Sid, a small-town documentary maker who has never made a documentary
“There are old pilots and bold pilots, but no old, bold pilots.” It may be one of the most well-worn of aviator adages, but 54-year-old television producer James Heyward has seen enough to know that it’s also one of the truest.
It’s time for our weekly visit to Woodville. In the fifth episode of the web comedy Sid is experiencing some heartbreak
Welcome back to Woodville for episode four of the web comedy. Written by Emmy-nominated screen writer Christopher Brandon, directed by Georgiana Taylor, the show follows Sid, a small-town documentary maker who has never made a documentary.
Janie Smith visits Massey University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, the setting for a new Prime documentary series. Whether it is X-raying an injured tui or performing lifesaving surgery on a horse, the Massey University Veterinary Teaching Hospital is the place for the job.
The Sound Of Music star Nicholas Hammond talks to Janie Smith about his new documentary which tells what really happened to the von Trapp family. You would be hard-pressed to find someone who could not sing along to at least one song from The Sound Of Music, but the story of the real von Trapp family is a lesser-known tale.