Recently, we spent a very enlightening hour with Finola Dwyer, producer of AN EDUCATION, QUARTET and a host of NZ features. She talks about starting her career in NZ as well as working with Dustin Hoffman on his first film as director.
The first Kiwi feature of 2013 showcases musical as well as screen talent: Stan Walker stars in MT. ZION; The hunt for Osama Bin Laden is brought vividly to life in ZERO DARK THIRTY & Alfred HITCHCOCK gets a biopic starring Anthony Hopkins – AH as AH.
Dan, Kailey and Simon are joined by Sarah Watt (Sunday Star-Times), Graeme Tuckett (Dominion Post), David Larsen (NZ Listener) and Glenn Kenny (MSN.com) to sum up the year at the movies.
It’s the week before Christmas so no new releases — instead Simon gives us the lowdown on the exhibition business. What’s it like to run a cinema? How has the business changed in the last ten years?
The full interview with Michael Lewis from RealD, talking with Dan Slevin and Cinematica 3D expert Miriam Ross on the afternoon of THE HOBBIT World Premiere in Wellington — 29 November 2012.
Kailey and Dan finally get to have their say on THE HOBBIT, meanwhile at the arthouses the Paris Child Protection Unit has a lot on its plate, Charlotte Rampling is a femme fatale and Donald Trump meets his Scottish match. Also, a clip from our i/v with RealD CEO Michael Lewis.