win: tickets to amy

After receiving rave reviews and proving extremely popular worldwide since premiering at the start of July, it's been announced that further screenings of...

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nat geo live on stage: my nine lives

Few tales are as gripping as ones that involve narrowly avoiding becoming jaguar prey in a Brazilian rainforest, especially when regaled from the 'horse's mouth'...

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exhibition: solid colour part i

  'Solid Colour: Part I' features five New Zealand artists whose work across varied practices - including painting, sculpture, installation and video - shares differing...

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the 5 photo editing apps you need

It's no secret that we've come to rely on a number of the handy characteristics that our smartphones possess and in the photography...

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exhibition: dale frank 2015

With a career already spanning more than 30 years, Dale Frank’s abstract style and unique, signature technique of literally pouring paint onto canvas...

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the ultimate children’s party destination

In what can only be described as a monumental advent in their delightfully simple lives, the annual children's birthday party madness seemingly rolls...

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listen: dutch uncles ‘o shudder’

By Andrew Reinholds

Manchester’s Dutch Uncles are clever bastards, and they know it. Combining the minimalism of late eighties Talk Talk with the arty angles of...

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so frenchy, so chic: how to celebrate bastille day

While we can't claim we were present during the storming of Bastille, naturally we're using any excuse to celebrate à la mode on...

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nziff 2015: what to watch week two

With this year's festival boasting an impressive lineup, including 17 titles direct from Cannes, one would benefit from attending as many of the...

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kid-friendly german film screening

Heeding the call for those knee-deep in matters pertaining to youngsters, the Auckland Art Gallery returns, this time with a collection of German...

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rialto channel: july 15 film round-up

Character-driven dramas fill up Saturday evenings on Rialto Channel throughout July and with winter here and hibernation season in full swing there’s no...

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nziff 2015: what to watch week one

Lovers of any genre of film will be looking forward to the arrival of this year's New Zealand International Film Festival, commencing in...

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apps to up your game

With a plethora of them on offer, it's easy to rack up endless screens of apps on your iPhone that never end up...

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listen: lower dens ‘escape from evil’

By Andrew Reinholds

Baltimore’s Lower Dens have never been one to look on the brighter side of life, and on this their third album, they go...

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exhibition: world press photo 2015

‘A picture paints a thousand words’ couldn’t be truer when it comes to the internationally celebrated annual World Press Photo exhibition. Bringing the...

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eight gigabytes of hardcore pornography

Epitomising the cutting edge, next generation content we’ve come to expect from Auckland’s Silo Theatre, comes another captivating performance directed by Australian theatre-maker...

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semi-permanent 2015

The annual Semi-Permanent festival attracts some of the most notable creative minds from varying fields within the design industry to speak and run workshops...

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banff mountain film festival

Aiming to fuel our country's collective adventurous spirit, the largest and most prestigious of mountain films festivals in the world has returned with...

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did you know your iphone could do this?

A mini, portable computer, the iPhone has become an essential part of running our daily lives. Whilst some are keen to keep the...

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rialto channel: june 15 film round-up

For more than a century following this, French filmmakers have continued to captivate us with cinema that has never been afraid to be...

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