Change of Fortunes: Lessons from the Death of a Theatre
The Wild West: The Challenges, Opportunities and Identity of our TV Industry
Loose Canons: D.F. Mamea

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Theatre

Three weeks ago, in the middle of a thriving 2018 season, Dunedin's 44-year-old Fortune Theatre closed its doors. In Part One of this two-part article, Kate Prior analyses the conditions around its closure. In Part Two, practitioners and community share their memories of a formidable southern feature of the theatre landscape.

Emily Duncan had an exciting year planned. The Dunedin-based playwright and...

Screen

How can we keep up in the Golden Age of ad-free streaming?

We are undeniably in the golden age of television. Never before has the medium seen such a wealth of content being created, across every genre and at this level of artistic and commercial achievement.

This golden age started in the early 2000s with the introduction of The Wire on HBO and with the advent of other streaming platforms like...

Loose Canons

Loose Canons is a series in which we invite artists we love to share five things that have informed their work. Meet the rest of our Loose Canons here.

David Fa’auliuli Mamea (Safune, Safotu) has worked on theatre, radio, television and film projects, some of which have been produced and broadcast. He has won the Adam Award for Best New Zealand Play and the Playmarket Best Play by a Pasifika Playwright...

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Theatre
Change of Fortunes: Lessons from the Death of a Theatre
Screen
The Wild West: The Challenges, Opportunities and Identity of our TV Industry
Loose Canons
Loose Canons: D.F. Mamea
Review: Terror Highway
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Terror Highway is a fun and electric exploitation...
Theatre
Review: Terror Highway
By Rosabel Tan
Review: Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter
Read Time: 2 mins
Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter is a surreal and hilarious...
Screen
Review: Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter
By Joseph Harper
Review: Erewhon
Read Time: 2 mins
Erewhon is an ethereal and meditative little wonder...
Screen
Review: Erewhon
By Joseph Harper
Review: Pulp: A Movie About Life, Death and Supermarkets
Read Time: 3 mins
Ahead of further screenings here, in Australia, and...
Screen
Review: Pulp: A Movie About Life, Death and Supermarkets
By Richard Bol
This Is Sheffield: Florian Habicht and 'Pulp: A Movie About Life, Death And Supermarkets'
Read Time: 18 mins
Florian Habicht's documentary about Pulp and their...
Music
This Is Sheffield: Florian Habicht and 'Pulp: A Movie About Life, Death And Supermarkets'
By Joe Nunweek
Review: MAMIL
Read Time: 3 mins
MAMIL is a one-dimensional tale of non-redemption...
Theatre
Review: MAMIL
By Rosabel Tan
On Creative Nonfiction
Read Time: 15 mins
Why is journalism represented as 'the truth' when...
Society
On Creative Nonfiction
By Geum Hye Kim
Washington DC in the Prime Minister’s Shadow
Read Time: 9 mins
An excerpt from James Robinson's new book, Voyages...
Society
Washington DC in the Prime Minister’s Shadow
By James Robinson