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VIEW has all your options for kicking back, tuning in, catching up, and going out in April. There’s a bit of a green theme in this month’s issue because we’re joining the celebrations for Earth Day this month, and there’s lots of green to see and do – we have all the information you need inside. Legends of the people kind are also in our focus this month: from the documentary about our cover star Diego Maradona, which includes his personally-approved never-seen-before footage, premiering on Rialto Channel; to an interview with acting royalty Sir Anthony Hopkins, and his experiences while filming The Father , in cinemas now. Enjoy, and please always feel free to get in touch with us through our Facebook or Instagram pages, or you can email editor@viewmag.co.nz – we'd love to receive your feedback!

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THE FATHER A confronting emotional horror about a father’s descent into dementia. This heartbreaking journey is seen through his eyes – perspective is manipulated so cleverly that the viewer is drawn into feeling the confusion and terror he faces – and it is at once stupendously effective and profoundly upsetting. Maintaining any kind of emotional distance seems impossible. Anthony Hopkins, Olivia Colman. PREMIERES 1ST  SEE MORE NOBODY A seemingly nondescript man is shaken by a break-in at his family’s suburban home – an incident that ignites his long simmering rage and drives him to violent revenge – cue a relentless barrage of flying fists, broken bones, car chases, gunfire and explosions. Bob Odenkirk. PREMIERES 1ST  SEE MORE GIRLS CAN’T SURF Documentary spans the 1980s and 90s as women surfers faced sexism, both in and out of the ocean, as they battled for equality as professional surfers. PREMIERES 8TH  SEE MORE LAND Wilderness drama about a woman suffering an identity crisis, and looking to regain a sense of self in the isolated American woods. Robin Wright directs and stars. 29th  SEE MORE GUNDA Groundbreaking documentary from the perspective of a pig – feature story page 12 PREMIERES 15TH  SEE MORE TOM AND JERRY It’s a brand new game of cat-and-mouse for

WRATH OF MAN A mystery man works as a security guard at an armoured cash truck company that moves hundreds of millions of dollars around Los Angeles every week. During an attempted truck heist he stuns his co- workers when he unleashes on the attackers with an unexpectedly precise, set of weapons’ skills. The crew is left wondering who he is and where he came from. Multi-layered revenge movie that builds to a thrilling – and inevitably bloody – conclusion. Jason Statham, Scott Eastwood, Josh Hartnett, Post Malone. Written and directed by Guy Ritchie. PREMIERES 29TH  SEE MORE

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THE UNITED STATES VS. BILLIE HOLIDAY One of the greatest jazz musicians of all time spent much of the later part of her career being adored by fans across the globe, while being relentlessly persecuted by the Federal Department of Narcotics. This biographical story pulls no punches as it depicts the racism, drug addiction, sexual abuse, violence, and heartbreak Billie Holiday experienced – and howmuch she was exploited by the predatory people and systems around her. Andra Day, Trevante Rhodes. PREMIERES 22ND  SEE MORE The Courier based on the true story of a British businessman unwittingly recruited into the world of Cold War espionage. Forming an unlikely partnership with a Soviet officer, the two men work together to obtain the crucial intelligence used to defuse the Cuban Missile Crisis. Benedict Cumberbatch, Merab Ninidze, Rachel Brosnahan. PREMIERES 1ST  SEE MORE Pompeii Sin City Pompeii is not just a city, it's a legend. This documentary looks at the volcanic eruption that ended it all, but also at what the living city was like: how its citizens lived their lives, spent their free time, experienced pleasure, passion, religion and their fate. Isabella Rossellini guides. PREMIERES 29TH  SEE MORE First Cow two 1820s travellers dream of striking it rich out on the wild frontier – but their tenuous plan to make their fortune hinges on stealing milk from a landowner's prized dairy cow. A touching take on friendship, and how integral it is to human happiness – and perhaps even survival. PREMIERES 29TH  SEE MORE Twist a street gang plan an audacious heist in a modern take on Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist . Rafferty Law, Michael Caine, Lena Headey, Rita Ora. PREMIERES 22ND  SEE MORE Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway bored with garden life, naughty Peter goes to the big city, where he meets shady characters and create chaos for his whole family. PREMIERES 1ST  SEE MORE

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SEE NATIONWIDE CINEMA DIRECTORY PAGE 28 and tickets go on sale Tuesday 27th  SEE MORE TO MIDNIGHT A finishing school for the daughters of the Nazi elite in a seaside town in England in the 1930s? Such a place did exist: the Augusta Victoria College at Bexhill-on-Sea – its school badge featured both a Union Jack and a swastika. Himmler’s god-daughter and von Ribbentrop’s daughter attended – and it only closed at the outbreak of war. Rife with suspense, suspicion, and sinister goings-on. Judi Dench, Eddie Izzard, Jim Broadbent. PREMIERES 22ND  SEE MORE DOC EDGE FESTIVAL full programme released

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ASCENDANT A young environmentalist finds herself kidnapped and held hostage in the high-speed elevator of a 120-floor building in Shanghai. She holds a secret that makes her a valuable asset, but has no memory of her past, who her captors are, or what they want from her. Pushed to her physical and psychological limits, she begins to discover that what is hidden within her, is what will ultimately be her salvation. Australian science fiction thriller. Charlotte Best, Jonny Pasvolsky, George Burgess PREMIERES 8TH  SEE MORE + MOVIE PASSES TO WIN SEE NATIONWIDE CINEMA DIRECTORY PAGE 36

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THROUGH THE EYES OF OTHERS GUNDA DIRECTED BY VICTOR KOSSAKOVSKY For the most part, animals in movies are ‘atmospheric background’ or ‘supporting actors’ to human stars. Gunda offers us another way of looking at animals. The documentary is shot in black-and-white digital, with no music, voice-over, onscreen text – or people; sublimely beautiful, and profoundly moving, it offers us the opportunity to look at animals, and a rare chance to really see them. By removing humans from the picture, the director opens an intimate window – one that is most often left closed – onto the lives of various farm animals, magnifying the small, everyday moments in their pre-ordained existance. This immersive film takes its time in paying close attention to the lives of the eponymous ‘star’, a breeding sow named Gunda, her rambunctious piglets, a one-legged chicken, and a herd of cows. With careful observation, it presents a remarkable pig’s-eye view of the world – a quietly soul-stirring meditation on some of our most under-appreciated fellow earthlings. Joaquin Phoenix serves as executive producer. IN CINEMAS 15TH  SEE MORE

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SKY, BBC EARTH Earth Week celebrating our beautiful planet, and its remarkable inhabitants, every night from Sunday 18th – Sunday 25th, see page 19 RIALTO CHANNEL Honeyland documentary about the last female bee-hunter in Europe. Double Oscar nominee, 8:30, Friday 16th, details page 19 PULSE The Moo Man one man’s stand against industrial-scale farming and supermarket culture. Documentary, read more page 30 DISNEY+ Earth Moods a visual and soundscape experience from National Geographic – a relaxing retreat from the cacophony of everyday life – all five episodes available Friday 16th, see more page 28 Secrets of the Whales National Geographic dives deep into the complex world of whales – orcas, humpbacks, belugas, narwhals, and sperm whales – all four episodes available exclusively on Earth Day 22nd, feature page 29 THREE & THREENOW Prince William: A Planet For Us All filmed across two years, following the Duke of Cambridge on a global mission to champion action for the natural world, and celebrate the pioneering work of local environmentalists. Premieres 7:25, Sunday 4th, see page 27 NETFLIX Life in Colour with David Attenborough three-part series premiering on 22nd, Earth Day, reveals the extraordinary, and often unseen, ways plants and animals use colour, more on page 28 EARTH DAY 2021: RESTORE OUR EARTH

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THE FATHER SIR ANTHONY HOPKINS ON THE WONDER OF MEMORY & THE FRAGILITY OF LIFE

I can see it’s tough on the people around you and watching Olivia’s reaction to the scenes when I’m flirting with the young lady (Imogen Poots) and then the turning of harshness on her and seeing her confusion – it’s awful, I felt so guilty playing the scenes! But it was a particu- larly vivid experience working on this film with Olivia and the rest of the cast. At my age, I’m not only astonished I’m still here but I’mmost for- tunate to be have been employed as an actor for many years, which has been the richest life I could ever dream of. Did you and Olivia Colman discuss the script before working together? There’s no acting required with Olivia. The great thing about it is the script. In any film or play that you’re doing, if you find a script as great as Florian Zeller and Christopher Hamp- ton’s, it’s a roadmap, so it’s not a big effort to do it when it’s really well written. The first day Olivia and I worked together it was actually the first scene of the film, although we did not shoot the film in chronological order. It’s a pretty simple scene, we did a little walk- through on the set with Florian and we didn’t rehearse. It was easy when you know the text so well. Learning the script for me is like putting on a jacket. Are you afraid of memory loss and do you consciously try to keep your memory active? Memory is a wonderful thing. I read a lot and I paint and I play the piano, I play five times a week and I am not a concert pianist, but it’s good exercise and I also memorise scripts. Being an actor is useful as you have to learn the script, that’s the one discipline I do preach to younger actors and I say that often to young

No-one apart from Sir Anthony Hopkins could have starred in The Father – because the entire screenplay, from the character’s name, to his date of birth, was written with the Welsh actor in mind. First-time filmmaker Florian Zeller co-wrote the screenplay, based on his own play, with Hopkins as the inspiration for the lead character, an independent and humorous man in his eighties who is increasingly confused, and lost within the confines of his own home. Despite the actor’s natural empathy for a man of his own age, the situation isn’t something he’s had to deal with. I haven’t seen the play, but I met Florian Zeller with the screenwriter Christopher Hampton. I’d read the script which I thought was excellent and I’d worked with Christopher before. We went and had breakfast in a hotel, and Florian was such a pleasant man and the script was so good. The only problem was I had another film to do called The Two Popes , so I said to Florian, as I knew this was an independent film and finance would be on a knife edge, I said, ‘will you wait?’ Florian said, ‘of course!’ I had the best time of my life making this film. I look back on it with great nostalgia. Had you seen the play The Father before, and how did you get involved? The part was written for you, Anthony. How personal does The Father feel? I’m 83, it’s not difficult for me to play an old guy even if I’m strong and fit. Neither of my parents suffered with dementia, althoughmy father had depression in the last year of his life, but I don’t really have close personal experience of it.

I REMEMBER ALL THE WAY BACK TO THE AGE OF THREE, I CAN REMEMBER LINES FROM PLAYS FROM MANYYEARS AGO. ONCE YOU LOSE YOUR MEMORY, IT MUST BE A LIVING HELL TO HAVE NO ANCHORS LEFT.

kids who want to improvise. I think learning lines keeps my brain going. I love to know my lines – to the extent that I would know them in my sleep, and that’s a good way to keep the brain healthy. And diet, eating healthily, and exercise helps. I’ve got a wonderful long-term memory, I remember all the way back to the age of three, I can remember speeches and lines from plays frommany years ago. Once you lose your memory, it must be a living hell to have no anchors left. It’s the most powerful and impor- tant tool, essential to survival. So – learning lines is your recommendation to every actor? It’s very important if you’re going on stage to do a play. For me, years ago I would concen- trate on the back story and not learn the lines. But now I find the trick is by memorising the lines, memorising every detail of the script, and then you have a tremendous feeling of relax- ation. You don’t have any tension, as long as you have the groundwork of knowing your lines, you’re free to do anything you want, you’re free to improvise within the structure. Tell me about your experience of making The Father . The set was wonderful, it was in a small studio outside North West London. And the lighting was extraordinary, it was that depressing after- noon light in a suburban house in London with shafts of sunlight. It all fed into my psyche. I didn’t take much notice of the background changing when Florian would point out the set changes. I wanted to play a normal human being making coffee, he comes into a room and he finds a ‘stranger’. I tried to avoid acting. It’s just simple questions such as ‘what are you doing? Who are you? What’s going on?’ That’s all that’s required. I think Florian is won- derful. Very simple and very direct. He was very easy and never dictatorial. Did making The Father help you find new meaning in your life? Yes. I think as you get older, you do go around examining life. This did make me think about

my past and my parents and about the sweet sadness of it all. I remember the last scene with OliviaWilliams when my ‘Anthony’ breaks down realising he’s lost his mum. We did the scene and it didn’t quite work at first, so we had a little break and I saw the chair on the set where Anthony used to sit and saw the picture of his two daughters and him in younger days, and as the camera pans outside at the end of the film, you see a pair of glasses and a book, and that really hit me. I remember taking my mum to the hospital to collect my Father’s things after he died. I remember looking at him lying there and his feet were cold, and it was almost 40 years ago. I thought tomyself, ‘you’re not so hot either, you’ll be there one day.’ And that’s the wonderful thing. Now that sounds weird to say, but it’s good to remember it’s all a dream, it’s all gone with the wind. I went to pick up my Father’s glasses and there was a little notebook and a map of America. I’d promised that one day, we’d drive across the States to LA. I remembered all of that in that final scene. It’s all so fragile, and that’s what I realise more and more now as I’m at that age. I’m aware of the fragility of life, but I enjoy it more. I have a laugh now, I like watching old guys on TV, like Sinatra. And they’ve all gone too, and there’s a great victory in recognising death and mortality while I’m here, and think- ing I’ve survived all these years. Sometimes I feel it’s as if I never wrote the story of my life at all, someone else did. I can’t ex- plain any of my existence here and I won’t go into religious or spiritual beliefs, but I do sense there’s something much more powerful be- yond which I will ever comprehend. I cannot explain time or ageing. Why do we start off as little helpless children and we become helpless at the end? All our achievements are gone. You think, ‘what’s it all about?’ but that’s the great stupendous glory of being alive is to reach an age, and you think, ‘well, it was worth it all the way.’ THE FATHER – IN CINEMAS 1ST  SEE MORE

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RED LIGHT NZ TELEVISION PREMIERE, EXCLUSIVE TO RIALTO CHANNEL, 8:30 TUESDAYS FROM 20TH  SEE MORE Ten-part series that addresses female identity, power, sexuality, and patriarchy. Set between the red light districts of Antwerp and Amsterdam, the lives of three women, from completely different backgrounds, unexpectedly intertwine when they find themselves caught up in the world of human trafficking and prostitution. In order to escape the trap of exploitation they have fallen into, they must rely on each other to overcome their own expectations and fears, and liberate themselves from the control of the men in their lives. Drama-thriller, Dutch language.

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RIALTO CHANNEL PREMIERES RIALTO SELECTION  SEE MORE PREMIERE FILMS EVERY SATURDAY AT 8:30. La Belle Époque a disillusioned sixty-year-old has a chance to re-live one week of his life. He chooses forty years earlier, when he met his one true love. Daniel Auteuil, Fanny Ardant. 3rd Hearts and Bones an unlikely friendship grows between a traumatised war photographer and a Sudanese refugee, when they discover a link that intertwines their pasts. Hugo Weaving, Andrew Luri. 10th Hope Gap a woman’s idyllic life, in a British seaside town, is abruptly ended when her husband of 29 years tells her he's leaving her for another woman. Annette Bening, Bill Nighy. 17th The Trip to Greece history, hilarity, and fine food on the go. Steve Coogan, Rob Brydon 24th. PLUS the three other ‘The Trip’ films. Story page 23 RIALTO BRITISH  SEE MORE SUNDAY PREMIERES AT 8:30 The Trip 4th, The Trip to Italy 11th, The Trip to Spain 18th, plus Romantic Road 25th RIALTO PRESENTS  SEE MORE OSCAR FAVOURITES FRIDAYS AT 8:30 Never Look Away artists in love vs. Nazis. 2nd Les Miserables French gangs, police violence. 9th Honeyland the ancient art of bee hunting. 16th For Sama female experience of war in Syria. 23rd Corpus Christi ex-con aspires to higher calling. 30th RIALTO DOCUMENTARY  SEE MORE THURSDAY PREMIERES AT 8:30 This month: All in the Family + Wednesdays at 8:30 Legends of Sport four films – see feature page 20 RIALTO WORLD  SEE MORE MONDAY PREMIERES AT 8:30 The best of independent international film and filmmakers: Film Festival Favourites .  SEE MORE rialtochannel.co.nz

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Where’d You Go, Bernadette perfect wife, perfect life... or not? Comedy-drama by director Richard Linklater. Cate Blanchett, Billy Crudup, Kristen Wiig. 8:30, Friday 2nd Savage Inspired by true stories of NZ gangs, Danny is shown across thirty years, at three defining moments in his life, as he grows from a young boy in state care into a violent gang enforcer. Jake Ryan, John Tui, Chelsie Preston Crayford. 8:30, Sunday 11th Bill & Ted Face the Music 8:30 Sunday 4th + Bill & Ted Marathon Sunday 4th from 5:25 BBC EARTH  SEE MORE Earth Week Sunday 18th – 25th celebrating our beautiful planet, and its remarkable inhabitants, each night – with Wild New Zealand , Frozen Planet , Mission Galapagos , Spy in the Snow , Earth from Space , and more. SOHO  SEE MORE The Nevers a gang of Victorian-era women who find themselves with unusual abilities, relentless enemies, and a mission that might change the world. Epic sci-fi drama series 8:30, Mondays from13th, also on SkyGo&Neon SKY ARTS  SEE MORE My Beautiful Stutter after facing bullying, isolation, and failed fluency training, the lives of five of theses kids are transformed over the course of a year when they enter a groundbreaking programme focused on the idea that it’s okay to stutter. 9:30 Saturday 10th  SEE MORE sky.co.nz

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On the football pitch, Maradona was a genius. Off the pitch, he was treated like a God. His life was a complication of championships, trophies, glory, gangsters, crime, drugs, women, cheating, and more. This unvarnished portrait documents Maradona’s rise to the very heights of fame, the blurring of the lines between private Diego and public Maradona, and, ultimately, his brutal fall from grace. The film – the third from the Academy Award and BAFTA- winning team behind Senna and Amy – is constructed from over 500 hours of never-before-seen footage fromMaradona’s personal archives, with the support of the man himself. 28th BRABHAM Jack Brabham secured his legacy by becoming the only driver to win a Formula One championship in a vehicle of his own creation, but his single-minded determination to win took a toll on his life, and his relationship with son David, who continues the family motor racing dynasty. 7th CRASH AND BURN For a fleeting moment in the early 1980s, Irishman Tommy Byrne was the world's greatest driver. In telling the story of his meteoric rise, and spectacular fall, the film offers a fascinating insight into the economics, and ugly, elitist attitudes in Formula One. 14th STEELERS: THE WORLD’S FIRST GAY RUGBY CLUB In 1995, in a pub in London’s King’s Cross, a group of friends discussed the idea of a gay rugby club. From that casual conversation, the first gay rugby team was born – the Kings Cross Steelers. Twenty-five years later, there are sixty clubs worldwide, and once every two years they get together for the world tournament of gay rugby – The Bingham Cup. 21st NZ TV PREMIERES, RIALTO CHANNEL WEDNESDAYS 8:30  SEE MORE

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TRIPPING THE LIGHT FANTASTIC DIRECTOR MICHAEL WINTERBOTTOM TALKS ABOUT HIS SERIES OF THE TRIP FILMS, AND HIS EXCELLENT ADVENTURES WITH STEVE & ROB. Why did you decide to go back for a fourth Trip movie? Basically, the temptation was there because it’s enjoyable, and because working with Steve Coogan & Rob Brydon – obviously – is a lot of fun. I get the chance to choose where I want to go and eat in the restaurants that I want to eat in, and while I’m doing that it’s always tempting to think, “Well, maybe just one more...” Why Greece? When you started, did you ever have a list of places you wanted to go? No. When I started to think about doing this one, my idea was it would be the last one, and so Greece always seemed the most likely place. I did think, at one moment, about maybe going to Scandinavia – somewhere dark and cold – but with Greece I realised that we’d have the natural route of Odysseus trying to get from Troy to Ithaca, to go back home. Besides that being a nice place to start thinking about what Steve and Rob could talk about, it also gave us the idea of someone going home, having been away for a long time. In the Odyssey, Odysseus’s son is looking for him, so the story cross-cuts between Odysseus trying to get back and his son looking for him. Obviously, we’d had quite a bit of Steve’s son in the previous Trip films as well, so it felt to me that that sense of going back to your family, going home, would be a useful reference point for the last one. A big part of the Trip movies is the impressions they do. What’s different this time round? From the beginning, I loved the idea of them doing impressions, because they’re quite competitive, and what I find appealing about it is not so much the impressions themselves but their competition over the impressions, the way it allows them to compete like children in playgrounds, in a kind of silly way but in a way that’s entertaining. It’s always been me who’s been most keen to try and push the impressions as much as possible, but I’d say they’re probably less central to this one than before. I don’t think there are any major new impressions. It’s never been something that we want them to do – to desperately try and learn some new people to do impressions of. They’ve done the same impressions for years, so it’s more about their rivalry over those impressions. Really on this one, I don’t think the impressions are as central as they once were. Having said that, when the conversation flags, I always just tell them to do a silly voice, and, hopefully, it will pick it up a bit.

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What do you think this particular series has to say? Well, it reflects the fact I’m getting older, and Steve and Rob are getting older too. For me, it’s about a friendship. Obviously, part of the overall strategy of the thing is that they’re not really friends, they’re just thrown together in the first Trip and then they repeat it. It’s not like they’re best mates, but there is a sense of friendship. For me, it’s more about their view of the world – they each embody and articulate a different view of the world. The thing that’s good about working with Steve and Rob is that they’re the same age, they have very similar cultural backgrounds, and it’s very easy for them to talk about stuff. Quite arcane stuff that I don’t know about, popular culture that they both know a huge amount about. But they have very different views of the world, and how they want to be in it, and what they want to do with their lives and so on. It gives them a lot of material to play with. So, for me, between them, they articulate what most people have going on internally: there’s always a contradiction between wanting to be bold, and ambitious, and restless, and have new experiences, and wanting to be comfortable, and stay at home and be domestic. Is this definitely going to be the last one?Are you calling time? Yes. Rialto Channel features ‘The Trips’ Sundays at 8:30, PLUS a box-set of all four films on Saturday 24th – including the NZ TV premiere of The Trip to Greece at 8:30  SEE MORE

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Kimbra, the New York-based Grammy Award winning, singer, songwriter & music producer, is back to lead the panel of reality talent show Popstars , alongside multi-award-winning musician & Zed frontman, Nathan King, and artist & music producer Vince Harder. Soloists, duos and groups are vying for a place in the Top 24 – they’ll live, practice and perform together – and the final acts will release their singles, and perform to live audiences and music industry executives. Who will win the $100,000 prize and live their music dream? What is it that drew you to want to be part of Popstars? I was excited at the idea of mentorship and the focus on song writing. There are lots of things I wish I’d known when starting out in the industry, and I think it’s a gift to be able to share my experiences with upcoming artists. What are the main things you look for in an audition? Vocal prowess. Vision. What is in their eyes. What they have to say. Commitment to the performance. How do you think you, Nathan, and Vince will complement each other on the panel? I think we all bring a different perspective while also aligning fundamentally. We each value the same core principles that help create a ‘star’, but we are drawn to different aspects of a performer, and each have our own tastes which is very important, because these artists will have to face a lot of opinions in their careers. What kind of mentor are you? I’m a firm mentor, I will not say something I don’t mean, and I will say hard things if it pushes someone out of their comfort zone, because I think that’s integral to succeeding in this industry. But I do believe in being productive and encouraging. I am not interested in making anyone feel humiliated. It takes immense strength to get up and perform an original song, so I treat every artist with respect for that courage. What can viewers expect from the show? There’s a lot to relate to in the stories of these young people. Vince, Nathan, and I are also very open about our journeys. People will be impressed by the talent, no doubt, but my hope is they will take away something very truthful and relatable from watching these young people discover themselves through music. POPSTARS, 7.30 MON–WEDS, FROM 12TH TVNZ 2  SEE MORE

POP MUSIC KIMBRA TALKS ABOUT POPSTARS MOTIVATION & MENTORING

I AM ALWAYS PUSHING THE ARTISTS TO FIND SOMETHING VULNERABLE WITHIN THEMSELVES. I THINK THAT’S WHERE THEY WILL REVEAL THEIR GREATEST WORK.

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 SEE MORE Prince William: A Planet For Us All two years in the making, this film is an intimate look at the Prince on a journey to champion action for the natural world, and celebrate the pioneering work of local environmentalists and activists. The documentary follows HRH from Africa to Asia, London to Liverpool, and to the Sandringham Estate, charting the development of his lifelong passion for African conservation into a global leadership role. Prince William is on a mission to leave behind a better world for future generations. 7:25 Sunday 4th 7 Days new season premiere 8:30 Thursday 8th New Zealand Today a New Zealander’s look at New Zealand, with famously infamous comedian Guy Williams hitting the road again as a wannabe investigative journalist. New season premiere 9pm Thursday 8th Charlie and the Chocolate Factory it’s the Johnny Depp version, but... Easter... and... chocolate. 7:30 Friday 2nd TVNZ 1  SEE MORE Baby Chimp Rescue how do you cope when you suddenly become surrogate parents to 21 chimpanzees orphaned by the illegal pet trade? Jim and Jenny Desmond have a dream to build a sanctuary, but for now their home in Liberia is bursting at the seams with baby chimps that need round-the-clock care. With help from chimpanzee specialist Ben Garrod, they teach the orphans the skills they would have learnt from their mothers in the wild. Series premieres 7:30 Saturday 10th

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Fast-paced panel show, where Aussie and Kiwi personalities battle it out to see who truly knows their own country. British comedian Bill Bailey hosts, using his wit, wisdom, and impartial residency, to help determine once and for all who’s the best – Kiwis or Aussies? Good luck beating the NZ team which features a crew of comedy stars including Mel Bracewell, Laura Daniel, Madeleine Sami, Guy Montgomery, Pax Assadi, Ben Hurley, Josh Thomson, Justine Smith, Kura Forrester, Hayley Sproull, Cori Gonzalez, and Rhys Darby. Ten-episode series premieres 8:30, Weds 7th PRIME  SEE MORE MAORI TELEVISION  SEE MORE

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NETFLIX  SEE MORE Life in Colour with David Attenborough Exploring the world, from the rainforests of Costa Rica to the snowy Scottish Highlands, to discover the extraordinary and never-before-seen ways animals use colour. Camera technology, created specifically for this series, reveals how colours invisible to the human eye play a vital role in animal interactions. From the ultraviolet signals on a butterfly’s wings, to the surprising yet crucial purpose behind a Bengal tiger’s stripes. Three-part series, premieres Earth Day 22nd Madame Claude 1960s Paris and Madame Claude’s influence, beyond the world of sex work, comes under threat. Film releases 2nd Thunder Force In a world full of supervillains, two old friends acquire the powers to kick butt and protect their city. Film available from 9th My Love: Six Stories of True Love documentary series following six elderly couples through a year in their lives. Releasing 13th Love and Monsters after the‘Monsterpocalypse’, humanity must live in underground colonies... until highschool sweethearts reconnect – above ground. Visual Effects Oscar Nominee, out 14th Things Heard and Seen a Manhattan couple moves to a historic hamlet and discover that their marriage has a sinister darkness – just like Without Remorse explosive origin story of action hero John Clark – from author Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan universe – complete with murdered family, international conspiracy, truth, honour, justice, and the threat of all out war with the Russians... Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Bell, available Friday 30th their new home. Film releasing 29th AMAZON PRIME VIDEO  SEE MORE Them horror-thriller anthology series that explores terror in America. Ten-episode first season centres around a 1950s’ black family who face malevolent forces – both next-door in their new white neighbouhood and otherworldly. Releasing from Friday 9th

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Earth Moods National Geographic meditative visual and soundscape

experience, features an original score by Neil Davidge of Massive Attack, and sounds of the natural world. All five episodes – Frozen Calm, Night Lights, Tropical Serenity, Desert Solitude, and Peaceful Patterns available from Friday 16th FILMSTREAM  SEE MORE A COLLECTION OF THE VERY BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE CINEMA. Shoplifters Cannes Palme d’Or winner – a compassionate observation of an unconventional, but loving family struggling to make ends meet on the margins of Tokyo. One Last Deal an aging art dealer is thinking of retiring. His customers are dwindling, his enthusiasm is waning, and he feels like a relic from another age... And then he spies a small painting in a neighbouring auction house – one that inspires his curiosity. Is it valuable? Can he acquire it for a price he can afford? Do you care? You should. APPLE TV+  SEE MORE For All Mankind thrilling ‘what if’ take on history – a world where the space race never ended, and NASA astronauts are forced to play a very high-stakes game. Calls unsettling audio drama that relies almost entirely on sound for storytelling. Nine short episodes play out as a series of doomed phone conversations, each culminating in something unexplained – or terrible.

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DISNEY+  SEE MORE National Geographic uses cutting-edge technology to plunge viewers deep into the epicentre of whale culture, to experience their mysterious and beautiful world. This four-part series bears witness to the extraordinary communication skills and intricate social structures of five different whale species: orcas, humpbacks, belugas, narwhals and sperm whales. Throughout this epic journey – filmed over three years, in 24 locations – we learn that whales are far more complex, and more like us than ever imagined, as they make friendships, teach their young, and grieve for the loss of loved ones. Narrated by Sigourney Weaver. Releases on Earth Day 22nd.

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An uplifting, captivating, and sometimes emotional, documentary about one small-scale farmer's dedication to his 55 cows, and his struggle to survive in a world of big supermarkets and oppressive health & safety regulations.

INCREDIBLE TRUE STORIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD. TVNZ ONDEMAND  SEE MORE

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TV EXPERT WALTER IUZZOLINO HANDPICKS COMPELLING SERIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD. Angel of Death a small-town policewoman hunts a perverted serial killer. Polish thriller. Hotel Sacher Viennese ‘Upstairs, Downstairs’ at the end of the Austro-Hungarian imperial era – see details inside back cover. PULSE  SEE MORE INCREDIBLE TRUE STORIES AND DOCUMENTARIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD. Making the Grade heart-stirring Irish documentary depicts the relationships between a colourful cross-section of piano students and their equally colourful teachers – including the hilarious Sr. Karol O’Connor (“It’s a habit, not a costume. I’m not dressing up for fancy dress!”) – as the children are nudged, teased, cajoled and encouraged toward musical proficiency and beyond. The Spirit of ’45 director Ken Loach’s documentary is a ‘wake-up call’ that uses lively archive footage to reassert the old one-for-all values that underpinned the founding principles of the welfare state post-World War II Britain. Shihad: Beautiful Machine “all-access pass” following the two-decade rise to greatness of the legendary Kiwi rock group. From ’90s punk metal scene, wild times in Berlin, the tragic overdose of their manager, the global explosion of their The General Electric album, to the infamous American name-change, the band fights with fame, the industry, and finally, itself.

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June strikes back against Gilead as a feared rebel leader, but her desire for justice and revenge threaten to consume her and destroy her most cherished relationships. Season 4, from 29th The Mare of Easttown a detective in a small Pennsylvania town investigates a local murder while trying to keep her own life from falling apart. Kate Winslet, Guy Pearce, Evan Peters. Limited series, streaming from 19th TVNZ ONDEMAND  SEE MORE The Watch an unlikely group of misfits – The City Watch – are forced to find the guts to save the world, surprising even themselves in the process. Inspired by characters from Sir Terry Pratchett’s Discworld novels. Full season from 2nd David Bowie: Finding Fame tracing Bowie's early career and the influences that shaped his career, from the late 1960s through to the on- stage death of Ziggy Stardust in 1973. From 1st The Gloaming detectives who share a tragic past – plus political corruption, shady business dealings, sinister crimes, occult practices... Australian thriller, Martin Henderson, Rena Owen SKY GO  SEE MORE Sky TV customers can watch live sports, news, box sets, and catch up on movies, shows, and entertainment, online, anywhere in NZ. THREE NOW  SEE MORE MAORI TELEVISION ON DEMAND  SEE MORE

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SPIRITED AWAY  NZ SPIRIT FESTIVAL Om Tent, Spirit Stage, Wairua, Mana, Centre For Change, Tipi, Star Space… Hauora, Kaitiakitanga & Kotahitanga Whanaungatanga, are values central to the NZ Spirit Festival – recognising that true well-being goes beyond just the physical, and considers the mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of being human. 150 Workshops. 80 Musicians. 50 Healers. Family Friendly. Kumeu, 22nd – 25th  FESTIVAL OF COLOUR music, theatre & dance at the ‘the best little arts festival in NZ’ Wanaka 12 – 18th  TOFIGA – SORRY BOUT IT Tofiga Fepulea'i commemorates his first ever NZ International Comedy Festival inclusion: Dunedin 28th, Christchurch 29th, and May in Auckland 1st, Wellington 3rd  WAIHEKE JAZZ FESTIVAL 2nd – 5th, Easter

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NZ OPERA – PREMIERES SEMELE ON SCREEN  SEE MORE Handel’s baroque masterpiece is set around a love triangle between the King of the Gods Jupiter, his wife Juno, and his lover, the mortal princess Semele. The film of NZ Opera’s production of Semele, performed live at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Parnell, with Amitai Pati (Jupiter) and Emma Pearson (Semele), is set for three special premiere screenings: Christchurch Lumière Cinemas Thurs15th, Wellington Penthouse Cinema Thurs 29th, Auckland Lido Cinema Thurs May 13th.  58TH NATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL TAURANGA Music at multiple venues featuring NZ Army Jazz Band, BOP Symphonia and many more. 1st – 4th, Easter. + Downtown Carnival vintage car parade, more music, and entertainment 3rd & 4th  THE AOTEAROA SURF FILM FESTIVAL ASFF celebrates the best of surf culture, surf cinema, and our connection with the environment, with a curated selection of international and kiwi feature films, documentaries, and short films. Whanga¯rei 15th, Auckland Friday 16th + Girls Can’t Surf – in Cinemas 8th, see page 7

Tauranga Jazz Festival – Alicia 3rd – 4th

Tofiga – Sorry Bout It National tour

Festival of Colour Into the Belly of Capricorn – Estère 15th

Aotearoa Surf Film Festival – RISS 15th, 16th

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MEREMERE PRESENTED BY TOUR-MAKERS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH MOVEMENT OF THE HUMAN  SEE MORE A unique autobiographical work from the critically-acclaimed dancer and performer Rodney Bell (Nga¯ti Maniapoto) – a survival story that focuses on Rodney’s time living rough on the streets of San Francisco – a courageous response to an incredible series of life events. Meremere is a complex work where design, audio-visual and lighting play a significant role in the storytelling, extending the experience of the inspirational dance performance, and live music performed by Jol Mulholland. Performances : April in Auckland 10th, Bannockburn 14th, Wanaka 18th, Invercargill 20th, May in New Plymouth 8th, Tauranga 11th, Hamilton13th, Whanga¯rei 15th “This multi-disciplinary and life-affirming survival story drew the cheering opening night audience to its feet.” – The Dominion Post

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Andrew ‘Mulls’ Mulligan has been in broadcasting in New Zealand for over twenty years, starting back in his university days as host of Otago University's Cow TV . Over the years he worked his way up ANDREW MULLIGAN UPWITH THE PLAY

to SKY, where he currently hosts a weeknight sports show The Crowd Goes Wild . He has also been the live presenter/in-game match enhancement for All Blacks test matches played in New Zealand, and is the Sky Sport Commentator for the Breakers Basketball coverage. Mulls talks with Hélène Ravlich.

Coming up on Rialto Channel is the Legends of Sport documentary series, which features everything from motor racing to rugby, soccer and more. What’s your pick from the bunch? The one I’m really looking forward to is Diego Maradona , which looks incredible and apparently was made with the full support of the man himself.

What do you normally watch, when you’re back home and ready to relax? My wife and I try and watch various series on the SoHo Channel, but honestly? I just usually end up watching a lot of sport! I also love the ESPN 30 For

30 documentaries, some of those are surprisingly very good. I did watch The Undoing with my wife recently though; and was totally surprised that it was all the work of the

main character! I love anything with Olivia Colman, but those stories always come with some sort of twist – it is never the main character!

Do you ever get the chance to watch many films? I feel like they’ve been lacking a bit over the past year or so, plus we have a seven- year-old, so inevitably watch a lot of Star Wars and Marvel movies. As someone in the business of talking about sport, what are your favourite sports to watch – even when you’re off the clock? I absolutely love watching basketball, which is why I kind of made a career out of doing just that. I love the NBA and the NBL, it’s definitely my number one sport. I like to call rugby my “number one A” sport, because as a New Zealander you just have to love that. It’s written in our constitution! While Covid-19 has raged, some sports have faltered while others have found new ways to exist like the official NBA bubble. How do you think that has affected play? The bubble was really successful for the NBA, but they’re returning to their home arenas now, just without fans. Some states have dropped masks completely and will be back to full arenas in the next month or so as vaccination rolls out. I think it’s been tough, and they’re all over it. In general, sport has been really resilient through it all, but the financial ramifications will have been huge. And New Zealand players that have been separated from their families for months have definitely sacrificed a lot. Lastly, because part of this feature is “what are you wearing?”, is it true that TV presenters wear half a suit? With shorts on from the waist down? Absolutely! It blew my mind when I was young and saw Tom Bradley on television at a Telethon I think, and he stood up on One Network News and was wearing jeans! I’m jeans and sneakers in winter, shorts and jandals in summer… business up the top, party down below. FOLLOW THE CROWD GOES WILD  SEE MORE

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