Thursday, February 29, 2024
Nasrin

Film Review: Nasrin Directed by Jeff Kaufman

Amnesty International hosted the New Zealand premiere of NASRIN at Sky City Theatre, a documentary that presents an intimate and moving depiction of one...
Collective

Film Review: Collective – Director: Alexander Nanau

Collective is a deep dive into the Romanian hospital healthcare system by investigative journalists which leads to a heart of darkness. One of the...
Cousins

Movie Review: Cousins, Directed by Ainsley Gardiner and Briar Grace Smith

Intensely sad, but sublimely beautiful, Cousins is a story of the psychological trauma to human life and community wrought by colonisation in Aotearoa. On a...
Supernova

Film Review: Supernova Dir: Harry Macqueen

Supernova is a powerful examination of human mortality from director Harry Macqueen, contrasting the long-lasting beauty of nature with the frailty of the human...

Film Review: Dawn Raid Director: Oscar Kightley 

Featuring the music of: Adeaze, Aaradhna, Savage, Mareko, Deceptikonz The documentary of Dawn Raid Entertainment is at its heart the story of Andy Murnane and...

Film Review: The People Upstairs Dir: Cesc Gay

Starring: Belén Custa, Javier Cámara, Alberto San Juan, Griselda Siciliani (Spanish with English subtitles) Two middle class couples find plenty to bicker about until one comes...

Film Review: The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend A Broken Heart ...

The title says it all. Out of the dozens of hits The Bee Gees racked up over the years, 1971’s How Can You Mend...

Film Review: The Dry Dir: Robert Connolly

Starring: Eric Bana, Genevieve O’Reilly, Keir O’Donnell Perhaps not the feel-good film folks may be looking for to start the new year with…The Dry brings...

Film Review: Dreamland Dir: Miles Joris-Peyrafitte

Starring: Margot Robbie, Finn Cole, Travis Fimmel Back to the future with this Depression-era crime drama firmly set well within the world of Bonnie &...

Film Review: Words On Bathroom Walls Dir: Thor Freudenthal

Starring: Charlie Plummer, Andy Garcia, AnnaSophia Robb, Taylor Russell “A person with an illness is not the illness itself” is repeated throughout Words On Bathroom...