Auckland-based, South African born musician Denel has had
a busy twelve months with multiple single releases including a
collaboration with Max Key, Live My Life. Now after spending
time overseas in the recording studio, Denel has released his
latest single, Let Go.
If your Instagram game is strong, you’ll already have Celeste
Barber on your ‘following’ list - her hilarious real-life takes on
celebrities photos will light up your timeline. Hazel checks out her new book.
MPC Film designs and creates some of the industries greatest films, from pre- to postproduction. With MPC having worked on films such as The Lion King and The Jungle Book, they have most recently been the lead visual effects studio on Paramount Pictures’ Dora and the Lost City of Gold. Our Maverick HANNAH POWELL talked to Nick Sparks, CG supervisor for the lead visual effects studio at MPC Film.
Fresh from releasing their latest single Tell Me Why, our Maverick HANNAH POWELL sits down with Jan, Conall and Sam to chat about their sound, the scene in Wellington, and the Battle of the Bands experience.
The Online Advocate Training programme Sticks ‘n Stones is offering across the country is powered by Facebook to create positive social change, online and off. Kelsey Reading, a Year 11 student at Te Kura and a member of the Sticks ‘n Stones team, shares her experiences so far.
There are around 1.4 million trillion microplastics littering in our oceans today – and this number is continuing to grow with an estimated 6.4 million tons per year. However, it’s not all bad news, PARIS HENDERSON explains that there are a few things we as citizens can do to minimize the damage of microfibers.
Most Western artists and journalists see Afghanistan as a war zone and nothing more and, the darker the photos, the greater the global recognition and praise they receive. Our Editor, NIDHA KHAN, talks to a young Afghan photographer that is defying this bleak narrative that surrounds her homeland by focusing on the beauty of Afghan women and their untold stories of hope and resistance.
After winning the Special Jury Award at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, American director Liza Mandelup’s debut feature film Jawline has made its way to this season’s NZ International Film Festival’s programme.
Leading the polls, at the front and centre of the debate stage is Former Vice President Joe Biden, yet not everyone thinks he deserves to be there. Biden has a past history of racist voting records and endorsements which cannot be ignored, critics say.