6 Days: Toa Fraser’s controlled scenario
Toa Fraser delivers a steady retelling of the events of the Iranian Embassy siege in London in 1980.
Al Bore’s inconvenient sequel
‘An Inconvenient Sequel’ feels more like an extended Al Gore special than a solid study of climate issues.
The tender drama of God’s Own Country
God’s Own Country may have moments of Brokeback Mountain to draw comparison to, but it’s a great deal more emotional.
‘Finite future’ for Auckland Film Studios
Film industry workers fear the neglect of their studios means the site has been earmarked for apartments.
A call for change at the UN
The story of Helen Clark’s run for the top job at the UN is also a call for change within the organisation.
Baby Driver speaks clearly to deaf ears
There’s an aspect of Edgar Wright’s new heist flick, Baby Driver, that deserves to have the greatest noise made about it.
NZIFF: A feast for film lovers
It’s the most wonderful time of the year again for people who enjoy cinema’s real gems.