Entertainment

13 Kiwi films included in this year’s NZ International Film Festival

There’s a strong Kiwi contingent of films, documentaries and shorts in this year’s Whānau Mārama New Zealand International Film Festival (NZIFF).

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Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock to reunite for ‘Practical Magic 2’

Raise your midnight margaritas, after 26 years a sequel to the witchy 90s hit ‘Practical Magic’ is on it’s way.

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Céline Dion ignored early symptoms of Stiff Person Syndrome for years

Céline Dion says she did not “take the time” to understand the early symptoms of her Stiff Person Syndrome.

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What to watch this month: Carriage romps, good vibrations and a web of lies

June is set to be a month of holding up the mirror to reality, with our experts recommending three new non-fiction watches.

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Suite dreams: Inside Nathalie Dubois’ star-studded Cannes gifting lounge

Who doesn’t love a gifting suite? If you’re anything like me, it’s one of the highlights of attending a glamorous event, such as the Cannes Film Festival.

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Glamour, rivalry and ambition: ‘Becoming Karl Lagerfeld’ explores the rise of a fashion icon

‘Becoming Karl Lagerfeld’ premieres on Disney+ on 7 June.

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Exotic dancer drama ‘Anora’ wins Cannes’ top award, the Palme d’Or

“Anora,” a darkly funny and touching drama about a young exotic dancer who becomes involved with a Russian oligarch’s son has won the Cannes Film Festival’s top prize, the Palme d’Or.

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‘I Am: Celine Dion’ details superstar’s struggle with life-altering illness

The trailer for ‘I Am: Celine Dion’ has been released.

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Watch: Extended ‘Wicked’ Trailer Sweeps Ariana Grande And Cynthia Erivo Off To Oz

The official trailer gives an in-depth look at the new movie version of the hit Broadway musical Wicked, in theatres in November 2024.

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9 of the best binge-worthy British crime dramas

Even if crime dramas exacerbate your fear of being murdered, it’s hard to deny that they are pretty damn addictive.

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Watch: Westeros prepares for war in ‘House of the Dragon’ season 2 trailer

The second season of ‘House of the Dragon’ will return to our screens in June.

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Dystopia and glamour collide as new ‘Mad Max’ premieres at Cannes

Marvel royalty Chris Hemsworth walked the Cannes Film Festival’s red carpet alongside star-of-the-show Anya Taylor-Joy to mark the Cannes premiere of director George Miller’s much-awaited “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga.”

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Watch: Behind the scenes on the set of ‘Wicked’

Fans have been given a sneak peak behind the scenes of the making of the ‘Wicked’ film.

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Cannes Film Festival 2024: All you need to know

The Cannes Film Festival is about to bring together the industry’s biggest luminaries in southern France to celebrate cinema, with Hollywood stars including George Lucas, Meryl Streep and Demi Moore expected to grace the red carpet.

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Doctor Who star Ncuti Gatwa says new series feels like ‘a fresh era’

Ncuti Gatwa, the first Black actor to play the lead role in “Doctor Who”, says its new series feels like “a fresh era” as the British sci-fi television show goes global.

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Real comedy, real trauma: How Baby Reindeer and Feel Good are forging a new television genre

Comedy is opening up spaces for silences to be broken and trauma stories to be told.

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John Cleese says farce best in theatre as he brings ‘Fawlty Towers’ to stage

John Cleese says farce is best seen in the theatre as he brings a new stage version of his classic 1970s comedy show ‘Fawlty Towers’ to London’s West End.

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What to watch this month: Psychological drama, wilderness reality and everyone’s favourite dog

As we dodge the weather and settle down in front of a screen this month, it seems to be a time of old favourites.

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Amy Poehler to appear at Vivid Sydney 2024

Amy Poehler is heading Down Under, confirmed as part of the Vivid Sydney line-up.

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Tarantino abandons his tenth film – five other times Hollywood giants cancelled big projects

Quentin Tarantino has reportedly scrapped what was supposed to be his tenth and final feature film, The Movie Critic, deep into pre-production.

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EXCLUSIVE: The Ties that Bind – The Newton-John Sisters

One sister’s rise to international stardom and the other’s descent into despair.

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MiNDFOOD Reviews: ‘The Taste of Things’ is a feast for the eyes and soul

‘The Taste of Things’ celebrates the art of cooking and love, weaving a sumptuous tale set in the late 19th-century French countryside.

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PART IV: The Ties that Bind – The Newton-John Sisters

One sister’s rise to international stardom and the other’s descent into despair.

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PART III: The Ties that Bind – The Newton-John Sisters

One sister’s rise to international stardom and the other’s descent into despair.

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