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SKY HIGHLIGHTS Animal Planet, Discovery, Country TV, MTV, Comedy Central, Rialto Channel 14 Pinocchio puppet off a string 16 The Legends & the Myths documentary special FREE TO AIR 18 Surviving 9/11 twenty years STREAMING 20 Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali once in a lifetime WATCHING NOW VIEWPOINT 8 Reuben Paterson towards the light 26 Benson Wilson o le leo 30 Hayley Sproull long live live action 34 Tane Williams-Accra what are you watching? 36 Directory cinemas nationwide WATCHING SOON

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QT8: The First Eight Sky, page 16

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Well, here we are, finding ourselves in Level 4 up north and Level 3 down south (South islanders, please have a decent coffee for the Aucklanders at this time!). Cinemas sadly have had to close their doors temporarily, but don't despair, VIEW have put together the definitive entertainment guide to get you through these dark days (in the dark, because that's the best way to watch telly!). And who’s doing what in lockdown? NZ artist Reuben Paterson’s sculpture Guide Kaia¯rahi arrived with uncanny timing, while actress and comedian Hayley Sproull finds herself rehearsing (alone) in her home studio, and Kiwi Baritone Benson Wilson’s home rehearsals are surely keeping the neighbours entertained... read all about it this month... Mahuru Ma¯ori – Ma¯ori Language Month. Are you up for the te reo Ma¯ori challenge? Go to page 28 for ideas on getting started. Take care out there.

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MAE WEST STANLEY KUBRICK QUENTIN TARANTINO MALCOLM X & MUHAMMAD ALI ARE

YOU READY?!

MAHURU MA¯ ORI

VIEWPOINT REUBEN PATERSON HAYLEY SPROULL BENSON WILSON TANE WILLIAMS-ACCRA

WIN FILM ART BOOKS + STANLEY KUBRICK + QUENTIN TARANTINO + ITALIAN CINEMA

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ONE OF THREE BEAUTIFUL HARDCOVER BOOKS THANKS TO RIALTO CHANNEL Read more about Kubrick and Tarantino on page 16 – Rialto documentary special The Legends & the Myths WIN  Stanley Kubrick Photographs: Through a Different Lens  Quentin Tarantino, The Iconic Filmmaker and His Work

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WATCHING NOW PEOPLE

WRITER HÉLÈNE RAVLICH TALKS TO THE CREATOR OF THE MAGNIFICENT CRYSTAL WAKA THAT ARRIVED IN AUCKLAND TO HELP GUIDE US THROUGH CHALLENGING TIMES. In July, a magnificent 10-metre-high waka constructed of hundreds of shimmering crystals was installed outside Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Ta¯maki, rising from the gallery’s forecourt pool to suggest navigation to worlds beyond our own. Commissioned by the gallery in collaboration with the Edmiston Trust, Guide Kaia¯rahi is the work of Auckland-based artist, Reuben Paterson (Nga¯ti Rangitihi, Nga¯i Tu¯hoe, Tu¯hou- rangi), and is proving to be somewhat of an anchor during unsettling times. REUBEN PATERSON TOWARDS THE LIGHT

Reuben Paterson, Guide Kaia¯rahi , 2021. Photograph: Hamish Melville

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The sculpture, made of 611 iridescent crystals, navigates a spectacular journey from Papa- tu¯a¯nuku into the embrace of Ranginui, and casts a galaxy of stars over the reflection pool. As the crystals illuminate the gallery in rainbow refractions, “the waka appears to venture sky- ward, seemingly levitating above the forecourt pool,” says the artist, who was inspired by the well-known legend of a phantom waka that appeared at Lake Tarawera 10 days before the eruption of Mount Tarawera in 1886. The gallery waka appears magical – an apparition that floats in the sky while having a narrative linked closely to our own history. He guides us as an escort into unknown or unmapped territories, which is definitely how many of us feel as we navigate a new way of life in the shadow of the pandemic. When I talk with Paterson, the country is almost one week into a level four lockdown, which he acknowledges has been a positive time for him. “I love it, it’s been a great opportunity to catch up on things I’ve been meaning to do for months,” says the artist best known for his creations in glitter and diamond dust. “I moved into a new house about four months ago and I’m still living out of boxes, so there is plenty of time-consuming stuff that really needs atten- tion. It’s a time to pause, and I’m interested to see what happens over the next few weeks.” With his latest piece, Guide Kaia¯rahi , arriving on site during such an unpredictable period in history, Paterson says the work has taken on a new role in the community, and is fitting into a very different climate than the one he envis- aged for it. “There are so many things you can’t plan for when creating a piece of public art,” he says, “and all of the things that sur- round this piece make art a very different type of experience for all who visit it. I hope it brings creativity, and a sense of hope.” The piece was also created under unusual circumstances, when after several years in the planning, the waka was largely crafted via Zoom. “It was completely manufactured in “SOLID YET DELICATE, VISIBLE YET INVISIBLE, & PRACTICAL YET UNPRACTICAL...”

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apparition, and we were just floating appari- tions on screens who never actually shared anything physical.” He says a difficult process became easier the more he trusted UAP with the project, “because once that trust was fully formed, I became so much more comfortable with communicating solely via Zoom”. When our borders briefly opened Paterson flew over to spend three days with the waka, “and then I could finally observe any changes or needs that had to be met then and there. I was so grateful for that singular moment with the waka, as via screens it was so hard to see the materials being formed as they were all clear. That is why a trust relationship was just so important during those early stages”. Looking at the work from afar, it seems so delicate and fragile, but the fact that it is a public art work meant it had to be able to take a few knocks. The artist says he wanted it to appear “solid yet delicate, visible yet invisible, and practical yet unpractical. Every- thing that goes into the public space has to be over engineered, so it can be presented as fragile and delicate, but structurally it’s quite the opposite”. Paterson now views his relationship with the artists and craftspeople at UAP “as a true friendship, and their ideals really align with mine. We are already planning new work that is yet to be signed off, but it’s so exciting that this process has allowed me to expand my practice to sculpture alongside painting”. He has an exhibition of paintings – Amen Break – currently scheduled in late September at Gow Langsford Gallery in Auckland, all of which have a connection of sorts to Guide Kaia¯rahi with good reason. “The Gow Langs- ford Gallery is practically opposite where the waka sits, and the pieces are glitter on canvas cloud paintings and kowhaiwhai. You’ll be surrounded.” It’s the perfect place to just sit ART & WONDER ARE SO IMPORTANT ESPECIALLY IN THESE STRANGE TIMES

Brisbane,” explains Paterson, “one reason being that it was constructed by Urban Art Projects (UAP), who are a specialist public art manufacturing business. If I’d tried to do it here in New Zealand, I would have had to nomi- nate numerous different industries to work on the one project, which would have compli- cated everything from finances to timelines. The manufacturing process was so complex and detailed that it became all about stream- lining that process as much as possible.” The process also involved elements that can’t be completed in New Zealand, particularly when it comes to a work of great scale. A direct result of the Brisbane manufacturing process that Paterson particularly loved is the fact that “the waka got to have one sailing, from Australia to Aotearoa”. The chaos at global ports over the past year meant that it missed several sailings however, “so in reality, the waka missed the waka,” adds Paterson with a laugh. From the beginning of its construction, Covid- 19 reared its ugly head, with Paterson planning a trip to Brisbane to kick things off with UAP that was scuppered when our borders were closed down. “We were forced to Zoom the whole process, which was difficult,” he says. “I’d never had the experience of creating something so material via the process of just looking at a computer screen. But I did like the fact that the waka gradually appeared as an

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and take in the magic of Paterson’s work, with art and wonder being so important especially in these strange times. May Guide Kaia¯rahi take us across the seas, even while our borders remained firmly closed. REUBEN PATERSON, PAINTER, SCULPTOR, ARTIST  CLICK TO SEE MORE GOW LANGSFORD GALLERY Reuben Paterson, Amen Break , 29th Sept – 23rd Oct. Above: You Know What I Mean , 2020; opposite: Kowhaiwhai (sea green), 2021  CLICK TO SEE MORE

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RIALTO CHANNEL PREMIERES RIALTO SELECTION  CLICK TO SEE MORE PREMIERE FILMS EVERY SATURDAY AT 8:30. I Used to Go Here a successful author finds herself enmeshed in the lives of a group of students after being asked to speak at her old college campus. Gillian Jacobs, & NZ’s Jemaine Clement 4th Elsewhere when a grieving widower is evicted from the home he built with his late wife, his bold steps to try to get it back bring very unexpected results. Aden Young, Parker Posey, Ken Jeong. 11th Blithe Spirit adaptation of the 1941 Noël Coward play about the comedic, complex love triangle brought about by a seance gone wrong. A married writer with writer's block consults a spiritualist medium who accidentally evokes the spirit of his first wife. Judi Dench, Isla Fisher, Dan Stevens, Leslie Mann. 25th RIALTO BRITISH  CLICK TO SEE MORE SUNDAY PREMIERES AT 8:30 RIALTO DOCUMENTARY  CLICK TO SEE MORE WEDNESDAY PREMIERES AT 8:30 This month: The Legends & The Myths – see special feature next page THURSDAY PREMIERES AT 8:30 This month: Against All Odds RIALTO WORLD  CLICK TO SEE MORE MONDAY PREMIERES AT 8:30 The best of independent international film and filmmakers. This month: Ciao Italia! My Big Gay ItalianWedding it’s complicated! 6th AWoman’s Name sexual harassment drama. 13th Boys Cry best friends spiral towards the mafia. 20th Daughter of Mine pull of nature vs. nurture. 27th RIALTO FILM  CLICK TO SEE MORE FRIDAY PREMIERES AT 8:30 This month: Female Directors  CLICK TO SEE MORE rialtochannel.co.nz

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HIGHLIGHTS ANIMAL PLANET  CLICK TO SEE MORE PREMIERE FILMS AT 8:30 Walking With Elephants following their epic – and increasingly risky – annual migration across Botswana. 7:30, Sundays from 5th Special Event – Vet-tember animals and their doctors. Premieres every Sat, 6:40, from 4th DISCOVERY  CLICK TO SEE MORE Blowing Up History: Seven Wonders cutting-edge CGI technology reveals the engineering feats and construction techniques used to build some of the world’s most iconic monuments. 8:30, Sundays from 5th + Blowing Up History: Twin Towers: The Hidden Secrets new evidence about what caused them to collapse. 8:30, Saturday 11th COUNTRY TV  CLICK TO SEE MORE Back Roads meeting the down-to-earth characters living in far-flung rural Australian communities. S6 NZ premiere, 7:30, Mon 13th Top Jobs for Dogs sheep dogs, guide dogs, police dogs, sled dogs, detector dogs, prison guards, fire fighters, truffle hunters, fitness trainers, frisbee gamers, circus performers, social stars, therapy dogs... tracking down the best dogs. NZ premiere, 9:30 Mon 13th MTV  CLICK TO SEE MORE MTV Documentary Films Presents: Each and Every Day exploring mental health through the eyes of young people who share their dark moments, recoveries, and wisdomabout what it means to build a life worth living. COMEDY CENTRAL  CLICK TO SEE MORE Live at the Apollo S15, 9:40,Tuesdays from 7th

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PUPPET OFF A STRING

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RIALTO DOCUMENTARY SPECIAL

THE LEGENDS & THE MYTHS 8:30PM, WEDNESDAYS IN SEPTEMBER  CLICK TO SEE MORE CODE OF THE FREAKS An examination of Hollywood’s exploitation of disability – and a radical reframing of the use, in film, of characters with disabilities. Using hundreds of clips spanning over 100 years of moviemaking, and a cast of artists with disabilities, scholars, and activists – a scorching critique of the reality behind some of Hollywood's most beloved characters. 8th QT8: THE FIRST EIGHT Focusing on the life of director Quentin Tarantino, through the lens of his first eight films. Filmmaker Richard Linklater explores Tarantino and his trendsetting work – begining with Reservoir Dogs and up until Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – and examines how his films have changed the movie making landscape forever. Featuring interviews with frequent collaborators, from Jamie Foxx and Samuel L. Jackson, to Michael Madsen and Kiwi stuntwoman Zoe Bell.15th KUBRICK BY KUBRICK A giant in the world of cinema, Stanley Kubrick is among the most studied, and scrutinised, filmmakers. He was notoriously reticent to explain himself, but this documentary, told in Kubrick’s own words, offers new insights into his vision including archival footage from some of his most famous masterpieces. 22nd YOU DON’T NOMI A chronicle of Paul Verhoeven’s 1995 erotic drama Showgirls , and featuring the original cast. Much maligned by critics, the film was the biggest flop of 1995, but became a cult classic years later joining camp-cult classics such as Valley Of The Dolls and Mommie Dearest . 29th + Followed by Showgirls screening at 10pm AGAINST ALL ODDS 8:30PM, THURSDAYS IN SEPTEMBER  CLICK TO SEE MORE Insightful and inspiring stories of individuals and communities who have overcome challenges around the globe, Oliver Sacks: His Own Life fearless explorer of the mind. 2nd No Distinguishing Features people with disabilities inspire. 9th We Are Conjola Bushfire ravaged community unites. 16th I Am Not Alone seeking a velvet revolution in Armenia. 23rd The Australian Dream AFL star Adam Goodes vs. racism. 30th

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“COME UP & SEE ME SOMETIME...”

MAE WEST: DIRTY BLONDE – 8:30, WEDNESDAY 1ST  CLICK TO SEE MORE A full-time actress at seven, a vaudevillian at 14, a dancing sensation at 25, a Broadway playwright at 33, a silver screen ingénue at 40, a Vegas nightclub act at 62, a recording artist at 73, a camp icon at 85... Mae West left no format unconquered. For the entirety of her long life, Hollywood’s wittiest and most quotable sex symbol took a sledgehammer to what she recognised as outdated views about what it meant to be a woman. She rocked the boat – and floated a few too – with a steely independence, creative prowess and business acumen that was virtually unheard of for a female entertainer in the 1930s.

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9/11

SURVIVING 9/11 – TVNZ 1, 8:30 MONDAY 13TH, AND ONDEMAND  CLICK TO SEE MORE The two-hour period when terrorists hijacked four planes, and crashed three of them into the Twin Towers and the Pentagon, was a defining moment in history. Broadcast live around the world, like horrifying theatre, the events were etched into the collective psyche – and irrevocably changed the world we all live in. This documentary moves between accounts of the terror attacks, which unfold almost in real-time, and the twenty years since. It asks thirteen ordinary people, who were directly caught up in the events, what was it like to live through – and how easy is it to move on from a day that society wants to go on remembering?

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TVNZ 1  CLICK TO SEE MORE 9/11: Life Under Attack new documentary driven by recorded audio and footage from the day, without any interviews, paints a vivid portrait of events as they unfolded with new, compelling and profoundly moving real-time accounts. Recordings taken from military command centres, frontline emergency services, air traffic control, commercial airlines, private phone calls and public broadcasts allow the audience to hear the confusion, the anger and the incredulity first-hand. 8:05, Saturday 11th Also available on TVNZ OnDemand. TVNZ DUKE  CLICK TO SEE MORE 9/11: Phone Calls from the Towers thousands of people were trapped inside the Twin Towers. Their calls and recorded messages – conveying emotions varying from panic, hope, reassurance, to acceptance – are a powerful legacy to those left behind. 8:30, Tuesday 7th The Last Secrets of 9/11 of the 2753 people who died in the World Trade Center collapse, over a third are still missing without trace. This film follows the painstaking search for human remains, and the extraordinary forensic work, that continues to this day. 8:30, Wednesday 8th 9/11: Control the Skies stories of the small team of air traffic controllers who, facing chaos following the morning’s four devastating crashes, and not knowing if there were more hijackers, had to bring 167 planes safely to ground. 8:30, Thursday 9th

MA¯ ORI TELEVISION  CLICK TO SEE MORE Waiata Nation II shining a spotlight on up-and- coming Ma¯ori musicians as they take on the waiata reo Ma¯ori challenge. 9pm, Thursdays Ahika¯roa following a group of city-based rangatahi, “keeping it lit”. 9:30, Thursdays – Also on demand and on the MA¯ ORI+ app. THREE  CLICK TO SEE MORE All New Lego Masters Australia think bigger builds, insane challenges... Would host Hamish Blake and judge Ryan “Brickman” McNaught put you crook? Series premiere 7pm, Sunday 12th BRAVO  CLICK TO SEE MORE Below Deck Mediterranean get onboard with Kiwi recruit Katie Flood and the crew. Season 6 continues 8:30, Thursdays TVNZ 2  CLICK TO SEE MORE Celebrity Treasure Island Bree Tomasel and Matt Chisholm are back to wrangle the new batch of celebrity treasure hunters who are swapping their creature comforts for the deserted shores of the Far North. 7:30, Monday–Wednesday. Jono & Ben: Good Sports from winning at wrestling to chilli eating, roller derby to speed cubing, New Zealand is overflowing with unknown sporting heroes, and Jono and Ben are eager to see just what it takes to be the best of the rest. New series, 8pm, Thursday 9th PRIME  CLICK TO SEE MORE

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All New LEGO Masters Australia Three

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WALTER PRESENTS  CLICK TO SEE MORE TV EXPERT WALTER IUZZOLINO HANDPICKS COMPELLING SERIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD. The Ranger 2 a park ranger in Germany encounters poachers, thieves, deceit – and romance – in a dramatic two-part miniseries. PULSE TV  CLICK TO SEE MORE INCREDIBLE TRUE STORIES & DOCUMENTARIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD. Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead a look at the rise and fall of the National Lampoon , the hippest, most outrageous, ground-breaking parody magazine that pushed the limits of taste from the 1970s to the 1990s. The Banksy Job a feature documentary exploring the infamous theft of street artist Banksy’s sculpture, The Drinker , and the ensuing battle with the art ‘terrorist’: AK47 Island of the Hungry Ghosts while the yearly crabmigration takes place and locals perform rituals for ghosts, a therapist works in Christmas Island’s asylum seeker detention centre. My Generation Michael Caine explores the cultural revolution in 1960s’ England, interviewing key figures including David Bailey, Joan Collins, Twiggy and Paul McCartney. SKY GO  CLICK TO 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  CLICK TO SEE MORE TVNZ ONDEMAND  CLICK TO SEE MORE Taskmaster UK This season’s high-class comedian hopefuls are David Baddiel, Ed Gamble, Jo Brand, Katy Wix and Kiwi Rose Matafeo. Season 9 drops on 1st Home Economics laugh-out-loud comedy about the sometimes strained relationship among three differently-financially-abled siblings. Full season streaming from 4th Halifax: Retribution full season from Sat, 10th

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Kooky-yet-gritty coming of age comedy series from Sterlin Harjo and Taika Waititi, following the exploits of four Indigenous teenagers in rural Oklahoma who steal, rob, and save, in order to get to the exotic, mysterious, and faraway land of California. Three episodes release 15th, with episodes dropping weekly on Wednesdays. Dug Days follows the humorous misadventures of Dug, the lovable dog from the Oscar-winning feature film Up , whose high-tech collar translates his thoughts into speech. New series of five shorts from Pixar Animation Studios. Releases 1st Star Wars: Visions upcoming anthology series of nine short films from Lucasfilm, that tell new Star Wars stories through the singular style and tradition of Japanese anime. Launches 22nd 9/11:One Day in America the entire days’ events as told by rescuers and survivors. 11th

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BLOOD BROTHERS: MALCOLM X & MUHAMMAD ALI – NETFLIX  CLICK TO SEE MORE The ex-con-turned intellectual revolutionary, Civil Rights, and Nation of Islam leader, and the charismatic and outspoken Olympic boxing champion who charmed the nation, bonded over the shared struggles of being Black leaders in America. From a chance meeting to a tragic fallout, Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X’s extraordinary three-year-long friendship cracked under the weight of distrust and shifting ideals. The film features newly released clips that illustrate the timeline of their friendship and its demise, as well as images of Malcolm X and Ali together with their families, and footage of them giving passionate quotes and speeches. Documentary, 9th

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TELEVISION EXPERTWALTER IUZZOLINO HANDPICKS COMPELLING SERIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD. TVNZ ONDEMAND  CLICK TO SEE MORE

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AMAZON PRIME VIDEO  CLICK TO SEE MORE The Voyeurs breathing new life into the erotic thriller genre, asking the question, “Is it okay to watch?”... Well? Launches 10th Cinderella a modern movie musical with a bold take on the traditional fairy tale where an ambitious young woman is held back by the ways of the times. Camilla Cabello, Nicholas Galitzine, Idina Menzel, Minnie Driver, Billy Porter, Pierce Brosnan. 3rd Everybody’s Talking About Jamie a teenager from Sheffield has a secret ambition is to become a fierce and proud drag queen. In rousing and colourful musical numbers, Jamie and his community inspire one another to step out of the darkness into the spotlight. Launching 17th LuLaRich chronicles the unraveling of LulaRoe, the infamous multi-level marketing company that went viral – then just went. Schumacher documentary about Formula 1 icon Michael Schumacher, featuring rare interviews and previously unreleased footage. This is the only film supported by his family.15th Money Heist the greatest bank heist in history began as a robbery, but is turning into a war. Part 5 in two volumes, 3rd Sept & 3rd Dec Four-part docu-series. From 10th NETFLIX  CLICK TO SEE MORE My Little Pony: A New Generation the Pony world of Equestria has lost its magic and Earth Ponies, Unicorns, and Pegasi are living in fear and mistrust. An idealistic Pony and a curious Unicorn must embark on an epic adventure that will take them to faraway lands, to bring the magic back to Equestria again. Film releasing 24th MA¯ ORI TELEVISION ON DEMAND  CLICK TO SEE MORE

NEON  CLICK TO SEE MORE SCENES FROM A MARRIAGE English-language remake of Ingmar Bergman’s classic 1973 Swedish miniseries, re-examining the original’s depictions of love, hatred, desire, monogamy, marriage, and divorce, through the lens of a contemporary American couple. Oscar Isaac, Jessica Chastain. 14th What We do in the Shadows taking Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement’s vampire mockumentary to Emmy-nominated heights. Expect forbidden artifacts, old flames, and werewolves (not swearwolves). Season 3 available 3rd American Rust the chief of police in a Rust Belt town in southwest Pennsylvania helps a woman he loves whose son has been accused of murder. Family drama. Jeff Daniels. From 13th + Ma¯ori Language Week Celebration Keep up with your kupu with some te reo-heavy shows and films for Ma¯ori Language Week: kapa haka comedy-drama The Ring Inz ; cult favourite Find Me a Ma¯ori Bride ; Hamu and Tofiga from comedy legends Te Hamua Nikora & Tofiga Fepulea’i. Also, Lee Tamahori’s Mahana ; Cliff Curtis in The Dark Horse ; te reo action flick The Dead Lands , and feel-good doco Poi E: The Story of Our Song .

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APPLE TV+  CLICK TO SEE MORE Foundation a monumental adaption of Isaac Asimov’s compendium of award- winning sci-fi novels, which chronicle an intricate, interweaving, eons-spanning saga. Four exiles journey across space and time tasked with saving the knowledge of humanity as a foundation for rebuilding civilization (amidst the fall of the Galactic Empire). It’s complicated... Inaugural 10-episode season releases 24th, with the first two episodes available, followed by one new episode each Friday 9/11: Inside the President’s War Room Experience the events of September 11, 2001 through the eyes of President George W. Bush and his closest advisors, as they personally detail the crucial hours and key decisions from that historic day. Documentary releases 1st

FILMSTREAM  CLICK TO SEE MORE A COLLECTION OF THE VERY BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE CINEMA. The Clan based on the true story of the Puccio clan, a family with a dark secret lurking beneath their seemingly ordinary facade: they earn millions in ransom for the wealthy people they kidnap. Kalo Pothi a temporary cease-fire allows the residents of a small Nepalese village to breathe a sigh of relief. Two young boys from different castes become close friends, and raise a hen together the hope of selling the eggs – until it goes missing. Happy End a dark social satire about a dysfunctional haute-bourgeois family. The patriarch is sliding into dementia; his twice- married son, and his workaholic daughter, have moved in – and everyone has a skeleton in the closet... Isabelle Huppert.

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BENSON WILSON O LE LEO BACK IN NEW ZEALAND TO HEADLINE AN ALL-PASIFIKA VERSION OF THE OPERA ORPHEUS AND EURYDICE , BARITONE BENSON WILSON TALKS TO VIEW ABOUT LIFE IN LOCKDOWN. The new collaboration between New Zealand Opera and Black Grace brings a fresh perspective to Gluck’s opera – (m)Orpheus portrays a man willing to risk everything for love but unable to find love in himself. New Zealand-Samoan Baritone, Benson Wilson, is the talent tasked with bringing the new Orpheus to life, after arriving back in New Zealand following a tumultuous 2020 and early 2021 as part of the English National Opera in London. Currently locked down in his partner’s grandparents’ house in the Auckland suburb of Mount Albert, he is staying hopeful that things will open up again soon so rehearsals can properly begin. “I feel like I’m a pro at this after London,” he says with a laugh, “and I’m really happy to be back here working on a production with a Polynesian twist, which is something you just don’t get to experience over there. It stole my heart.” The singer says that in uncertain times it’s important to keep working on your voice, “but just as importantly, your mental health. Your body carries your instrument around, so everything the body experiences has a direct effect on the voice”. His recommendation is to try to relax and “don’t overwork yourself, because that is so easy to do. I sing every day, but mostly because I love to.” Physically, he says that rest is very important for keeping his voice in check, “as well as keeping on top of my hydration – I drink anywhere from 3-5 litres of water a day. Also, anything that gets the blood pumping is key for preparing yourself as an artist about to go on stage”. Turning back to the subject of (m)Orpheus , Wilson says he’s excited about bringing to the stage a traditional opera with a Pasifika twist, and also an all-Pasifika cast. “Presenting the first Polynesian Orpheus will be my greatest honour,” says the baritone, “and as much as I can do to prepare, it comes down to a collaborative effort between myself, the director (founder and artistic director of Black Grace, Neil Ieremia), and my colleagues on stage. We are presenting living characters, who react to the energies around them in an organic way.” “I’m just super excited to bring this warm, Polynesian, relatable character to Orpheus, and if that means I have to rehearse via Zoom or socially distance, I’m just happy to be able to sing.”

HOW FAR WOULDYOU GO TO SAVE EVERYTHING YOU LOVE? NZ OPERA & BLACK GRACE (M)ORPHEUS Directed by Neil Ieremia. A re-imagining of Christoph Gluck’s influential eighteenth- century operatic masterpiece Orpheus and Eurydice, blending rich Pasifika storytelling with the themes of Greek tragedy. Renowned New Zealand composer and percussionist Gareth Farr has reorchestrated the work: the notes are identical to the original score, but the effect of using different instruments (some that didn’t even exist in Gluck’s day) changes the whole atmosphere of the piece. This project is about honouring Gluck’s masterpiece and presenting it in a way that asks questioins about what this story could mean in the context of today’s society. Auckland 22nd–26th, Wellington 6th–9th October. Dates & times may change due to Covid restrictions, see the website for the latest information.  CLICK TO SEE MORE

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MAHURU MA¯ ORI MA¯ORI LANGUAGE MONTH  CLICK TO SEE MORE Words spoken, written, sung... however you communicate this Mahuru (September), do it in te reo Ma¯ori. You set your challenge, then during that time, regardless of who you’re with, or where you are, speak te reo Ma¯ori as much as you can – all day every day, or give it a go with greetings and farewells. It’s an effective, and fun way to learn. Get a team of friends, family or workmates involved and plan some virtual catch-ups. There’s plenty of helpful resources available online... Are you up for the te reo Ma¯ori Challenge?  MA¯ ORI LANGUAGE WEEK 13th–19th, andmarking 49 years since the Ma¯ori Language petition, calling for te reo to be taught in our schools, was presented to parliament.  MA¯ ORI LANGUAGE MOMENT Whai wa¯hi mai – Take part – nationwide virtual gathering at 12pm on Tuesday 14th

TAKEAWALK ON THE GUIDED SIDE VIRTUAL GALLERY TOURS ONLINE AUCKLAND ART GALLERY TOI O TA¯MAKI  CLICK TO SEE MORE Toi Tu¯ Toi Ora: Contemporary Ma¯ori Art explore the largest exhibition of contemporary Ma¯ori art ever assembled, and the largest show in the 132 year history of the gallery, featuring 111 artists and more than three hundred works. Take your time. Above: Te Ripeka series – Robert Jahnke GOVETT-BREWSTER ART GALLERY  CLICK TO SEE MORE Tai Moana Tai Tangata take a tour guided by the artist Brett Graham, whose monumental solo exhibition challenged narratives surrounding the New Zealand Wars, centred on the experiences and histories of Taranaki and Tainui Ma¯ori. TE PAPA  CLICK TO SEE MORE Ko Rongowhakaata: The Story of Light and Shadow discover the land, people, and stories of Rongowhakaata iwi through awe-inspiring taonga, bold contemporary art, and powerful stories of survival and tenacity. Physical exhibition until 2nd Oct.  LOADING DOCS Online launchpad for NZ documentary shorts – watch for FREE.  SOUTH ISLAND MOON FESTIVAL Lanterns, Music, Performers, Food, Family Culture . Christchurch, 30th Sept–3rd Oct. The Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival, a.k.a. the Mooncake Festival, falls on Tuesday 21st this year. Look for events.

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Ta¯maki Mahuika – Lisa Reihana

Te Papa Hei Tiki – Matthew Thornton

Mahuru Ma¯ori Challenge September

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WEARING YOUR ART ON YOUR SLEEVE

Fenced Off, by NZ designer Luiz Fernando Sereno Penna, 2014

THE WORLD OF WEARABLEART SHOW, 30TH SEPT–17TH OCT, WELLINGTON  CLICK TO SEE MORE WOW is New Zealand’s single largest theatrical production – an annual event that had its inaugral show in 1987. At the heart of each spectacular is the competition for designers across the world. Their incredible works of wearable art come to life on stage, each piece inspired by one of the six different worlds chosen each year for the WOW Show. This time the catagories are: Elizabethan, Monochromatic, Architecture Section, Avant-garde, Aotearoa, and Open,  WOW Preview Show of the 2021 finalists, in support of Breast Cancer Cure and The Neonatal Trust by donating $50 from each WOW Preview Show ticket sold in support of the charity. 29th

Due to Covid restrictions, 2021 World of WearableArt Show has been postponed until further notice. Please check the WOW website for the latest information.

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ACTOR, COMEDIAN, MUSICIAN, WRITER, TV PRESENTER, AND BUSY PERSON, HAYLEY SPROULL TALKS TO WRITER HÉLÈNE RAVLICH ABOUT TAKING ON THE CHALLENGE OF LIVE LIVE CINEMA: NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD . Fans of live theatre – and also the cult horror film genre – would be stupid to miss the upcoming season of Silo Theatre and Jumpboard Productions’ most ambitious Live Live Cinema project to date – an immersive live experience of cult classic Night of the Living Dead , coming to the Hollywood Avondale as soon as we’re out of lockdown. George A. Romero’s debut filmmade waves when it premiered in 1968, but the Live Live Cinema format kicks the whole thing up a notch, as every element of sound in the film – from dialogue to sound effects – is thrust into the brave and capable hands of actors Hayley Sproull and Jack Buchanan. As the film plays silently, the pair have the monumental task of voicing all but one of the characters, creating all foley and sound effects, and playing a new original score by composer Leon Radojkovic live on stage, amplifying the suspense and tension of the film to the absolute limit. In a first for Live Live Cinema, the experience will retain the voice of lead actor Duane Jones, who made history as the first black lead in a horror film, as he held a mirror up to the social and political concerns of 1960s’ America.

Patriot Brains with Hayley Sproull, Josh Thomson, Ray O’Leary. Bill Bailey hosts the fast-paced quiz show with Kiwi vs. Aussie comedians. Available to stream

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When I talk to Sproull she is playing piano in her home studio in Auckland’s Avondale, “ploughing on ahead for the show that is on pause!” says the multi-hyphenate with a laugh. She says the process of continuing with rehearsals in a lockdown scenario isn’t actually too arduous, “as we’re working with an immovable film as opposed to an organic production where you are directly interacting with multiple other people more. We are tied to the film as it were, meaning there is heaps that Jack (Buchanan) and I can do at home separately”. She has been busying herself with music, practising synching herself with the film on her laptop, which she’s lucky enough to have been able to do in the aforementioned studio adjacent to her house. The space was built for her by her partner, who fortu- itously finished the project just two weeks before lockdown – and therefore can go about his own business with minimal disruption from the thesp. “It’s a godsend,” says Sproull, “be- cause we live in a very small house and would otherwise be all over each other’s personal space. It would get pretty tedious fast, and he’d get sick of the film way before I did!” Live Live Cinema projects are described as “an exhilarating collision of cinema, theatre, and music”, so what should theatre- goers expect when they roll up to the Hollywood for an immer- sive live experience of cult classic Night of the Living Dead ? “They are going to see so much,” says Sproull, “and there is a

“IT’S AWILD RIDE AND THERE’S JUST SO MUCH TO SEE – I FEEL LIKE IT’S THE KIND OF SHOWYOU COULD SEE A THOUSAND TIMES AND CATCH SOMETHING NEW EVERY TIME.”

Hayley Sproull & Jack Buchanan prepare for live live action in Live Live: Night of the Living Dead.

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Live Live: Little Shop of Horrors, with, from left, Hayley Sproull, Barnie Duncan, Bryan Coll and Laughton Kora.

definite knack to watching it. I’ve done a Live Live Cinema show before and the trick is to look around – you can either watch the screen in the background and just listen to the sounds that Jack and I are making and treat it as a new way of watching the film, or you can watch us running around the stage, making sounds and bringing the foley to life.” What’s a foley, you may ask? Foley is the creation of everyday sounds which are added to film, television or theatre to enhance the audio, and is named after Jack Foley, a stunt- man for silent films who added sound effects when the studio was recording the music score. The foley artist mimics the actions of the actors on screen, sounds such as footsteps, fighting, knocking on doors, rustling papers etc. In opera and theatre, the sound effects are performed live by a foley artist in a booth on stage, enhancing the performance and drawing the audience further into the story. It’s no mean feat, and given the amount of time Sproull and Buchanan are on stage, one imagines it’s seriously exhausting! “In all honesty, most Live Live Cinema audience members don’t know where to look” laughs Sproull, “and watch whatever catches their attention at any given time. It’s a wild ride and there is just so much to see – I feel like it’s the kind of show you could see a thousand times and catch something new every time.”

It also seems like the kind of show that is in- credibly demanding on a performer, which Sproull says is most definitely the case. “When they did the first Live Live Cinema ten or so years ago, there was a guy in a foley booth, a band that played the music and four actors who did the voices,” she explains “and they were all separate and focused on their one thing. When I first did a Live Live Cinema show, there were four actors doing it all, and now there is just the two of us making foley, making music, and doing voices – sometimes all at once.” She says the key to making what sounds like controlled chaos work is “compartmentalising the different aspects in your brain, almost like patting your head and tapping your belly at the same time. It’s like choreography, a dance between the two of us and the film”. It’s definitely not the kind of show one drifts away in – be they the audience or the hard- working performer. “As the film is a horror we want the audience to be entertained, but hopefully also create a feeling of suspense,” says Sproull. “A bonus would be to get a few scares out of them too!” LIVE LIVE CINEMA: NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD Currently postponed until further notice – find updates on the Silo Theatre website and Facebook page.  CLICK TO SEE MORE

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WHAT ARE YOU WATCHING? WHAT ARE YOU WEARING? TANE WILLIAMS-ACC R A WOW

A familiar face to Shortland Street fans who know him as the much-loved but ultimately doomed ambo, Ali Karim, actor Tane Williams-Accra is a man of many talents. Born in Brixton, UK, to Kiwi and Guyanese parents, he grew up in Wellington and is a graduate of Whitireia: Wellington Performing Arts Centre. Also a skilled musician and dancer, Williams-Accra is gearing up for taking part in the 2021 World of WearableArt Awards Show in Wellington, which he has played a role in since he was at high school. We speak to him during lockdown in Karori, where he’s making the most of his time working online, as well as indulging in his obsession with consuming all manner of streaming content. How is WOW looking for this year, given we’ve all just I’ve been emailing with the people there and they still seem positive it will happen, so we’re all just rolling with the punches. Like everything else, we just have to take every day as it comes. Bit of a spanner though! found ourselves in lockdown again?

You’ve been a long time WOW participant, how did you first get involved in it? I was in my second to last year at high school, and myself and my friend, Jayden Daniels, (who you’ll know from Shortland Street and Head High ) heard about auditions for the show and went along. We got in and just loved every minute of it. What makes taking to the stage at WOW so different from a fashion show? It looks like it gets pretty wild at times… It isn’t a fashion show in any shape or form, it’s pure art. You’re wearing a piece of art and are surrounded by dozens and dozens of other pieces of art, it’s so beautiful, and there is so much depth and meaning behind it as a whole. It looks like a moving tableau! Do you have a piece of art you’ve worn over the years that has really stood out to you? There are so many, it’s hard to choose. I did wear the winning piece one year – 2014 Supreme Award Winner, Poly Nation by Kate MacKenzie – that was made of suitcases (pictured right). I wore a chest piece and a piupiu, and then had a waka that I dragged behind me on massive wheels. It was such an amazing piece and I feel so privileged to have been a part of it. You’re a self-confessed obsessive content consumer, what have you been watching lately? So much! I have just finished watching Dave on Neon, which was incredible. Lil Dicky is such a great comedic rapper, but Dave also shows that he’s got a really deep knowledge of comedy on screen as well. I’m hanging out for season three of Atlanta , which is such an amazing show, and I’m a big fan of Rick and Morty for some mindless fun. Oh, and I can’t forget The Panthers , which is just so, so good. I was lucky enough to see the first two episodes at a cast and crew screening before it went live on TVNZ OnDemand, and I was absolutely blown away. I’ve got some friends who were involved in the making of it and I’m so incredibly proud of them. It exceeded expectations and is a real work of art. And lastly, what are you wearing right now? Something comfortable I hope… Lots of trackpants, and a cool hat from Culture Kings. It’s all about waking up and working out, having a shower, and then working on my laptop. Comfy clothes fit perfectly into that scenario. THE 2021 WORLD OF WEARABLEART  CLICK TO SEE MORE Due to Covid restrictions, 2021 World of WearableArt Show has been postponed until further notice. Please check the WOW website for the latest information.

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SKY TV OCTOBER HIGHLIGHTS  RIALTO CHANNEL RIALTO SELECTION NZ Television Premieres Saturdays at 8:30 Cousins – NZ film 2nd Reunion 9th Wild Mountain Thyme 16th Ammonite 23rd Minari 30th RIALTO BRITISH Sundays at 8:30 Before We Die exclusive 6-part crime thriller series begins 3rd RIALTO WORLD Mondays at 8:30 Love All RIALTO DOCUMENTARY On the Record Thursdays at 8:30 White Riot charts London 1976 protest movement Rock Against Racism. 7th The Oratorio Scorsese and the first Italian opera performance in NY. 14th Rockfield: The Studio on the Farm brothers turn their farm into one of the most successful music studios ever. 21st Zappa one of music’s most iconoclastic figures. Documentary 28th RIALTO FILM Fridays at 8:30 Director Debuts + Cult Horror Wednesdays at 8:30 Bram Stoker’s Dracula 6th The Changeling 13th The Wicker Man 20th Ringu ( The Ring ) 27th

Invasion a sweeping, character-driven sci-fi drama series that follows an alien invasion through different perspectives around the world. Sam Neill. Three episodes 22nd Oct, then weekly on Fridays DISNEY+ Lego Star Wars Terrifying Tales Graballa the Hutt is renovating Darth Vader’s old castle; Poe and BB-8 have to face their fears to stop an ancient evil from rising... Hallowstream special. 1st NETFLIX Maid a single mother does housecleaning to – barely – make ends meet, escaping an abusive relationship and overcoming homelessnes, for a better life for her and her daughter. Emotional yet humorous, a raw and inspiring exploration of a mother’s resilience. Series, 1st Oct AMAZON PRIME VIDEO My Name Is Pauli Murray Fifteen years before Rosa Parks refused to surrender her bus seat, a full decade before the U.S. Supreme Court overturned separate-but-equal legislation, Pauli Murray – an African American from the segregated South, who was also wrestling issues around gender identity – was a pioneering activist. 1st

HIGHLIGHTS COMING SOON (THE SOONER THE BETTER!) CINEMA WISHING FOR SOME BIG SCREEN TIME: DUNE NO TIME TO DIE VENOM: LET THERE BE CARNAGE OTHER HIGHLIGHTS (HOPEFULLY) Skies Over Lebanon; Dear Evan Hansen; After We Fell; Eiffel; Family Business; Breaking Bread; Paw Patrol Movie; The Rose Maker; Die in a Gunfight; Malignant; Hotel Transylvania: Transformania; Ride the Eagle; The Boss Baby: ENTERTAINMENT  NZ INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL Lights, camera, popcorn! 28th Oct–5th Dec  SHOW ME SHORTS FILM FESTIVAL From 1st October BRITISH FILM FESTIVAL Schedule TBC – showing at venues nationwide,

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