cinematic classics at the civic

Providing a chance to once again be captivated by the magic of some tried and true cinematic classics, the New Zealand International Film Festival's annual...

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win: of mice and men

Bringing the magic of live performances from New York's famous Longacre Broadway Theatre to our local cinema for the first time, National Theatre...

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true detective season 2: what we know so far

After an unforgettable first season helmed by Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, and as time draws near to the supposed unleashing of the second...

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6 sxsw artists you should be listening to

Attracting legions of the music industry's creatives, both up-and-coming and already established, the annual South by Southwest Conferences and Festivals - launchpads for...

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where chefs eat

A chef's a chef, but he's still gotta eat, right? Far be it for mysterious reviewers to be the ones to decide which...

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the viaduct harbour flower market

As the weekend draws near, the Viaduct's Market Square gets set to unveil Auckland's first and only dedicated public weekly flower market. Following...

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ocean film festival world tour

Lovers of the aquatic world, prepare to be taken on an awe-inspiring and highly entertaining silver screen journey as the 2015 Ocean Film Festival Australia's world...

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rialto channel: march film round-up

During March, Rialto Channel puts the spotlight on women in independent film, screening films from writer-director-actress Lake Bell (In A World), and actresses...

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7 must-sees at the auckland arts festival

Setting the nightsky on fire in the most utterly mesmerising manner, Skin of Fire is kicking off the globally-recognised Auckland Arts Festival in electrifying...

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in cinemas: dior and i

Far more than your average fashion documentary, Dior and I received rave reviews at last year's Film Festival. Offering a rare insight into...

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watch: an architectural great

Best known for controversially placing the glass pyramids at Paris' Louvre Museum, Chinese-born Leoh Ming Pei (known as I. M. Pei) is one...

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ponsonby central summer art show

Pandering to our pension for art and gourmandisation, this Friday the 27th of February will see to the transformation of popular grub hub,...

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make the year of the ram work for you

Thursday was the first day of the Lunar New Year—or Chinese New Year. And just like January 1st, this is a great time...

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l’assiette movie mondays

Already furnishing fans of the effortlessly chic civilisation with a veritable escape to practise their mercis and je ne sais pas, Britomart's resident French culinary know-it-alls, L'Assiette, are...

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listen: dean blunt ‘black metal’

By Andrew Reinholds

London based art-pop maverick, Dean Blunt has always lurked on the far fringes of music’s more extreme experimental edge, driven by what seems...

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which podcast is right for you?

So you’ve binge-listened to 12 hours of true-crime drama. Now what? It’s time to branch out to other podcasts - and there are plenty...

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exhibition: judy millar ‘the model world’

Giving us further reason to explore the recently rejuvenated and renamed Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery, Judy Millar’s latest exhibition, The Model World, is...

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exhibition: highway to the skyway by sam leitch

Only in his mid twenties and already attracting buyers in Sydney and the United Kingdom, Sam Leitch’s burgeoning, undeniable talent is being readily...

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run the night

As night has fallen, the streets of London, Europe, Asia, the United States, Brazil and Australia have all come alive with electrifying dance...

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rialto channel: february film round-up

Rialto Channel presents A Month of Sin throughout February featuring wicked, steamy feature films filled with a variety of sinful behavior for you...

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This Month On Denizen | March 2015