Repulsion was the attraction with Mick Jagger.
The story of a 10-year-old Wellington girl searching for her best friend has bagged top prize at the 48Hours Furious Film-Making Challenge. Wellington film-maker Dean Hewison, along with writers Sam Dickson and Richard Falkner – collectively known as Traces of Nut – were crowned grand national champions at the Civic Theatre in Auckland last night for their short film The Sleeping Plot
After six years together, Electric Wire Hustle have been doing some major re-wiring ahead of the release of their highly anticipated sophomore album #BlackWater/Love Can Prevail.
The Glastonbury music festival has been the site of many a wild time but none so wild, we believe, as the birth of a child. Heidi Wesson was not expected to give birth until two weeks after the Glastonbury Festival, but it appears that her baby girl had other ideas
TV presenter Jenny-May Coffin has spoken of her emotional decision to embrace te reo after not understanding Maori phrases she spoke on air.
Kiwi actor Russell Crowe has been rejected for Australian citizenship because of an immigration hitch.
The entire pestilence of house up-do programmes, possibly the least disempowering is Kirstie’s Vintage Home, Choice, Tuesdays. That’s not to say it’s not irritating, repetitive and sometimes intelligence-affronting
FLIGHT FROM THE INSIDE Into The East (Rhythmethod) A lot of New Zealand artists could learn a thing or two from Into The East. The Southland duo of Graeme Woller and Liv McBride have been refining their craft for the past nine years and have finally released their debut album which McBride says “had a mind of its own and we knew it had to be realised”.
New Zealand born actor Russell Crowe has confirmed plans to make an overdue directorial debut with World War I drama The Water Diviner, after two previous efforts were scuppered by the media – but only if he can do it on his own terms. ”It was probably time [to direct] 10 years ago, but if you’re engaged in making movies as a career then you have to work within cycles that come up,” Crowe explains while promoting new film Man of Steel
Rupert Murdoch and Wendi Deng aren’t the only ones heading to Splitsville.