Body Talk: A Review Of Fleshies
Where Are The New Zealanders At Cannes Film Festival?
 The Unmissables: Three Exhibitions to See in June

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Theatre

New Volumes critic Waveney Russ reviews the new play from Basement Theatre's Producer In Residence Alice Kirker, a smorgasbord of scenes and stories about bodies, brains and the pressure society puts them under.

Hands are my favourite part of the human body. They’re the first fleshy extension of myself that enters any new situation. Holding the pen that signs a contract for a job, running through...

Screen

Twenty-six years after The Piano, Doug Dillaman goes to Cannes and finds that New Zealand films are conspicuously nowhere to be seen.

In 1994, no one at Cannes could ignore New Zealand. Off the back of Jane Campion's history-making Palme D'Or victory for The Piano the year prior, 1994’s programme featured not only two short films in competition (Niki Caro's Sure To Rise and Grant Lahood's Lemming Aid...

Art

A monthly round-up of artworks in Tāmaki Makaurau that we keep returning to.

An exciting new art space opened this month in Ōtāhuhu: Vunilagi Vou, a gallery with contemporary Pacific art and audiences at its core, will show a new exhibition each month, sell artworks and objects and provide a communal space for creatives to come together. Gallery Director Ema Tavola (Fiji, Pākehā) says there will...

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Theatre
Body Talk: A Review Of Fleshies
Screen
Where Are The New Zealanders At Cannes Film Festival?
Art
The Unmissables: Three Exhibitions to See in June
Resident Tourists: A Review of Ancient Shrines and Half-Truths
Read Time: 5 mins
Now performing in their home town after a season in...
Theatre
Resident Tourists: A Review of Ancient Shrines and Half-Truths
By Matt Loveranes
Spec-Fic Month: An Excerpt from Starlight's Children
Read Time: 19 mins
Read an excerpt from Darian Smith's new novel, Starlight...
Literature
Spec-Fic Month: An Excerpt from Starlight's Children
By Darian Smith
Ripping Through the Divide: A Review of Fire in the Water, Fire in the Sky
Read Time: 6 mins
Matt Loveranes examines Miria George's latest work...
Theatre
Ripping Through the Divide: A Review of Fire in the Water, Fire in the Sky
By Matt Loveranes
New Magic: Prokofiev, Puppets and Peter
Read Time: 9 mins
In this essay for a younger reader, Kate Prior explores...
Theatre
New Magic: Prokofiev, Puppets and Peter
By Kate Prior
Make Me Laugh
Read Time: 15 mins
A new generation of theatremakers is turning to stand...
Theatre
Make Me Laugh
By Annabella Gamboni
Big Ups: 6 Things From August 2017 Worth Reading Again
Read Time: 7 mins
Our monthly round-up of things from The Pantograph...
Knockouts
Big Ups: 6 Things From August 2017 Worth Reading Again
By Pantograph Punch
Peter Hawkesby: Dance Moves at the Clay Table
Read Time: 16 mins
Elle Loui August on the artists' triumphant return...
Art
Peter Hawkesby: Dance Moves at the Clay Table
By Elle Loui August
Arts Writing Workshop in Ōtepoti
Read Time: 1 min
In partnership with Blue Oyster Art Project Space...
News
Arts Writing Workshop in Ōtepoti
By Pantograph Punch