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Kiwi filmmakers take their love story to the world

Today it has been announced that the world premiere of Same But Different: A True New Zealand Love Story, a movie about its real life filmmakers, Rachel Aneta Wills and Nikki Si’ulepa, will screen 28 March at the Civic Theatre in Auckland.

Curating between hope and despair

An extraordinary museum on the site of the Warsaw Ghetto in Poland is a symbol of hope after one of the darkest periods in history.

ZM All Women Breakfast Show to celebrate International Women's Day

ZM’s Breakfast host Megan Papas has announced that on Friday, March 8, in celebration of International Women’s Day, she and fellow ZM hosts Bree Tomasel and Bel Crawford will take over the ZM Breakfast show, normally hosted by Megan and her male counterparts, Fletch and Vaughan.

Applications are open for $100,000 Creative NZ Craft/Object Fellowship

2015 Creative New Zealand Craft/Object Fellowship recipient Dr Areta Wilkinson’s Moa-hunter Fashions: Vertebra I, II, III, 2017, 24 carat gold from Otakou (Otago), flax bailing twine.

Creative New Zealand is inviting applications for the prestigious Craft/Object Fellowship.

Spellbinding pianist Joyce Yang returns to perform with the NZSO

In 2017 acclaimed pianist Joyce Yang mesmerised audiences and critics when she performed for the first time with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. Now the Grammy Award nominee returns in April to perform Johannes Brahms’ grandious and exciting Piano Concerto No.

NZFC and Screen Australia partner on indigenous initiative

October 2019 and April 2020 respectively mark the 250th anniversary of James Cook’s maiden voyage to the Pacific, New Zealand and Australia.

Museum hopes crowd-power can uncover Canterbury's hidden women

A new crowdsourcing project hopes to harness twenty-first-century technology to make the women of nineteenth-century Canterbury more visible in the history of the province.

SHE WOLF comes to the Dunedin Fringe

Shakespeare wasn’t a god, he was just a man. His biases and prejudices are our biases and prejudices. A show about Shakespeare's propaganda concerning Queen Margaret of Anjou from 500 years ago to shine a light on where we are in the 21st century.

Making friends across the street

A powerful, interactive play about the value of friendship is challenging its cast to make friends with its audience in just an hour.

Sony World Photography Awards celebrates NZ photographic talent

Supporting the local photographic communities in 62 countries across the globe, the World Photography Organisation and Sony today announce the winners of the 2019 National Awards. Included in the list is Todd Henry as recipient of the 2019 New Zealand National Award.