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Protestors slam big brother state

Friday, 5 September 2008, 12:37 am | Natasha Burling

Protestors and a law professor have criticised the Government for a massive increase in surveillance of political activists over the past few years. More >>

Review: The Order of Myths

Tuesday, 22 July 2008, 11:18 am | Natasha Burling

Tradition is a funny thing. Along with a sense of identity, it can imbue a sense of shame. It has the power to give privilege or deny it, to include or exclude. More >>

Review: Rubbings from a Live Man

Tuesday, 22 July 2008, 11:14 am | Natasha Burling

PREMIERE NEWS Florian Habicht’s film Rubbings from a Live Man about performer Warwick Broadhead premiered yesterday July 20 to a full-house at Sky City Theatre in Auckland. More >>

Review: Garbage Warrior, Making Houses From Junk

Friday, 18 July 2008, 4:18 pm | Natasha Burling

Garbage Warrior is the story of environmental crusader Mike Reynolds, who is determined to provide the world with sustainable housing made of…junk. More >>

Hollow Men Director Promises Fresh Revelations

Wednesday, 16 July 2008, 5:39 pm | Natasha Burling

Scoop Review: We’ve had the book, the play and now the movie. Many will wonder if the film The Hollow Men is political overload. However, there is no doubt this documentary will inspire a great deal of curiosity... More >>

Donkey in Lahore: An Unconventional Love Story

Wednesday, 16 July 2008, 4:56 pm | Natasha Burling

Scoop Review: Donkey in Lahore is an enthralling documentary tracing the unlikely love story of a gothic Australian puppeteer and a sheltered Muslim Pakistani. More >>

Aucklanders Sign-Up To Protest Human Rights Abuses

Monday, 14 July 2008, 2:34 pm | Natasha Burling

Natasha Burling reports: A steady stream of campaigners signed banners in Auckland to protest against human rights abuses in China. Amnesty Int’s Kirsten Slatter said the group got a “great response” to their three two-metre long banners. More >>

Scoop IV: Trouble Is My Business' Juliette Veber

Monday, 14 July 2008, 11:16 am | Natasha Burling

Natasha Burling interviews Trouble is My Business's director Juliette Veber. The observational documentary is set in a south Auckland high school and screens at the 40th Auckland International Film Festival. More >>

Up the Yangtze: A Surreal Journey To Modernity

Thursday, 10 July 2008, 12:50 am | Natasha Burling

Review: Natasha Burling writes that Up the Yangtze, screening at the Auckland International Film Festival, takes us on the surreal journey of China’s drive towards modernity with two teenagers affected by their nation’s ambition. More >>

Convoy Of Concerned Truckies Hits Auckland City

Friday, 4 July 2008, 12:33 am | Natasha Burling

Around two thousand truckies converged on Auckland city today in protest against increased road user charges. Trucks started coming into the city at 7am and circled around Nelson St, Queen St, Hobson St and Symonds St. One truck carried a red car ... More >>


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