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Sherpa Review

Sherpa Review One of the greatest adventure stories of the 20th century? The conquest of Everest by Ed Hillary and Tenzing Norgay in 1953.   Fast-forward to now and the film Sherpa. Moving, compelling, breath-taking documentary. Add it it to the must-see list for all kiwi cinemaddicts and anyone, anywhere with an eye for adventure and a sense of fair ... MORE

War Dogs Review

War Dogs Review Let's do this properly, shall we. Bradley Cooper is the best actor in the film a mile and the humor never deviates too far either way, so you can appreciate the silliness of this WAR DOGS, which is amazingly based on a true story. You're are often left wandering how much of it is real and how ... MORE

Interview Lynnaire Macdonald

Interview Lynnaire Macdonald Tell us a bit about your background I'm a Kiwi girl, born and raised! I'm of Māori and European descent. I'm currently living in Christchurch but moving to London soon.   Did you grow up wanting to be a film publicist? I grew up wanting to be many things, everything from a paleontologist through to a mortician (yes, really). ... MORE

FILM RATED MORE ACCESSIBLE IN NEW ZEALAND THAN AUSTRALIA

FILM RATED MORE ACCESSIBLE IN NEW ZEALAND THAN AUSTRALIAThe New Zealand Classification Office today advised that the documentary Embrace, due to screen at the New Zealand International Film Festival in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin has been classified as “Unrestricted M: suitable for mature audiences 16 years of age and over”, with a descriptive note for “offensive language and nudity”. This New Zealand ... MORE

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