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Jackson goes undercover

Peter Jackson undercover Peter Jackson walked through crowds at Comic-Con without a single person recognising him.

Kiwi musician ripped off

Rhian Sheehan British record label pulls track after acknowledging it ripped off NZ musician Rhian Sheehan.

Kiwi actress lands GOT role

	 Keisha Castle-Hughes It's confirmed: Kiwi actress Keisha Castle-Hughes has landed a role in Game of Thrones.

A gem of movie

broken circle breakdown REVIEW: Although dark at times, The Broken Circle Breakdown celebrates life and love, and is a film to be savoured.

Mrs Brown defies expectations

mrs brown's boys d'movie D'Movie is affectionate, genuinely funny, well put together, and has flourish and flair to make it more than the TV show.

Begin Again will polarise audience

Begin Again is a deceptive film, with some fine tuned storytelling machinery purring away beneath its facade of naivety.

Subtle as a sledgehammer

Film festival highlights

Harsh Georgian justice

Garrow's Law Before Judge John Deed, before Boston Legal and even before Perry Mason, there was Will Garrow, and he was real.

A granny knot of a plot

The final of SoHo's Line of Duty seemed designed to leave the view gasping.

Scars left by an Antarctic mountain

Viewers polarised

The Dome's knives are out

After a promising start, Under the Dome is now getting silly.

Grease is still the word

Grease That Grease is still the word, even after 40 years, is testament to the durability of this all-time favourite musical.

The one that she wants

Lyndee-Jane Rutherford got chills that were multiplyin' when she was asked to direct Grease in Wellington.

Brilliant night for opera

Conducting a new direction

Giant steps for Kiwi band

London-based Kiwi rockers I Am Giant took inspiration from Pink Floyd for their new album.

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