Stuff is proud to present Shopping, the debut feature film by Wellington film-makers Mark Albiston and Louis Sutherland.
The sex scene in the documentary Zoo, which premiered at the 2007 Sundance film festival, lasts less than 10 seconds. The grainy footage follows lush shots of nature set to moody music and a thoughtful voiceover discussion of the nature of love
This year’s Toronto International Film Festival wrapped up Saturday and Hollywood evacuated, leaving the city to turn its attention to ice hockey team, the Maple Leafs’ fall calendar. But not before Lee Daniel’s “Precious: Based on the Novel by Push” proved the rumor-mongers right by taking home the all-important Cadillac People’s Choice Award for Best Film
Draco Malfoy and the slimy kids of Slytherin couldn’t have wreaked more damage on Harry Potter than a bunch of commando guinea pigs did to Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince this weekend. G-Force, the live-action and CGI action comedy, earned $32.2 million this weekend at the North American box office, besting the $30 million take of the sixth Potter film, according to the usual movie-studio estimates of the weekend frame. Final numbers are posted Monday.