Page One: Inside the New York Times provides a rare glimpse into the inner workings of the acclaimed American newspaper. With the internet’s violent takeover as the public’s key source for news, the film documents print media’s struggle to stay relevant in the restless new media environment.
The documentary is compelling viewing that [...]
Marc Ellis is widely known for being a self-confessed Kiwi bloke.
Ellis, with the help of Charlie Haddrell, has released his second book, Good Fullas: A Guide To Kiwi Blokes.
The book follows on from his well received 2006 auto-biography, Crossing the Line, and is essential for every man and woman.
Good Fullas is easy to read, hard to put [...]
Social media has changed the way the world interacts in recent years. Not only has it cut geographical distance between a communicative event, it has enabled people to communicate with whomever they wish with a click of a button.
Social networking websites such as “Twitter” allow people from around the globe to send direct messages to [...]
On Monday the Classic Comedy Club in Auckland was alive with laughter as up and coming singer, songwriter and stand up comedian Keenan Blankenaar took the stage.
The 24 year-old began singing and writing songs with friends at barbeques and get togethers.
He has three key songs that he sings and all of his friends sing along. On Monday night [...]
Considering I am from the Mediterranean, I am often looking for a restaurant with dishes close to the taste of home.
A month ago, a friend invited me to a restaurant in Birkenhead called “The Mediterranean and Pizzeria”. The setting of this place was purely amazing, with just minutes away from the harbour bridge making it [...]
The classic love story turned tragedy of Romeo and Juliet has been brought to life by The Auckland Theatre Company who presents the Shakespearian classic with a modern day twist.
Director Willem Wassenaar pushes all boundaries in his modern take on the play, which has riotously been recreated to better suit that of a younger audience.
Disney’s associate Pixar have done it again!
Up, directed by Pete Docter (Monsters Inc) with the help of Bob Peterson (Finding Nemo), is a light, colourful, unforgettable film for the whole family to enjoy.
The film begins with a young boy called Carl who meets Ellie. They become best friends, grow up together, fall in love with [...]
Mumford and Sons are a little bit of folk and a lot of raw energy; think American bluegrass meets Beirut.
Look out for their first album Sigh No More, released in England this week and approaching the shores of New Zealand very soon.
Mumford and Sons are one of the quirky new bands coming out of west [...]
We all know and love the traditional American romantic comedy and I Love You Beth Cooper incorporates all those classic elements that leave you feeling light-hearted and satisfied.
A tale of teenage love and coming of age is the theme of this film, which takes the viewer on a wild adventure in a small backwater American [...]