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Team Tibet – Robin Greenberg Q+A

July 17, 2017 0

Team Tibet, Robin Greenberg’s latest documentary, is a labour of love, filmed over a period of 22 years. This passion project provides thought provoking and ultimately inspiring account of Tibetan culture in exile. Massive Magazine’s Paul Berrington chatted with her [Read More]

Music: Our recommendations

July 17, 2017 0

By Paul Berrington Lorde – Melodrama (Republic/Lava) Ella Yelich-O’Connor was very open about her desire to not fall into the trap of second album syndrome, determined to move on and upwards from her highly acclaimed debut, desperate to develop her [Read More]

At the Movies: Our Picks

July 17, 2017 0

Despicable Me 3 (2017): Back for a third installment, follow Gru (Steve Carell) as he finds out he has a brother named Dru (also played by Steve Carell). Will Gru revert to his supervillain ways? All Eyez on Me (2017): [Read More]

TV streaming: Twin Peaks – Season 3

July 17, 2017 0

By Paul Berrington Set 25 years after the original events, Season three of cult television series Twin Peaks could have played out as cringe inducing nostalgia. Yet for the most part, this continuum successfully avoids sentimentality and offers enough originality [Read More]

Classic Film: Casablanca (1942)

July 17, 2017 0

Set in 1942, this enduring classic might be a little old fashioned, but it hasn’t lost any of the chemistry that makes it arguably the most popular romance film of all time. Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) is an American ex-pat, [Read More]

Coffee of the Shore

July 17, 2017 0

A student’s guide to tracking down a quality caffeine fix By Mackenzie Dyer Students typically consist of 30 per cent caffeine to level out the alcohol and pasta, so while we’re broke, a cafe visit can become quite the necessity. [Read More]

Film Review: Okja (2017)

July 4, 2017 0

Okja (2017) Director: Bong Joon Ho Starring: Tilda Swinton, An Seo Hyun, Jake Gyllenhaal, Paul Dano Rating: 4/5 By Paul Berrington Wildly uneven yet incredibly moving and constantly entertaining, Bong Joon Ho’s Okja is an eccentric masterpiece that is set to [Read More]

Music: Our Recommendations

May 22, 2017 0

Fazerdaze – Morningside (Flying Nun) Although Morningside doesn’t quite match the hype surrounding the quite exceptional talent that is Wellington’s Amelia Murray, it’s still a remarkably assured record, balancing the powerful melodies of dream-pop cliché to a handy sense of [Read More]

Classic Film: The Wrestler (2008)

May 22, 2017 0

After a month in which we’ve seen headlines about drugs in sport and witnessed another boxing match involving local hero Joseph Parker that seemed totally ludicrous, maybe it’s time to take a look at a sports movie that references both [Read More]

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