How a film about getting hit in the balls is tackling toxic masculinity

“I think boys and men both just struggle with being open in general."

100 years of New Zealand summer: In photos

To celebrate the arrival of summer after the weird year we’ve had, Re: has dug through library archives to find a collection of photographs that capture…

Made My Day: Māori filmmaker Merata Mita immortalised by street artist Mr G

The three-storey mural is in Rotorua and came together in a special way.

Meet the NZ director behind ‘one of the year's most messed up movies’, Coming Home in the Dark

We caught up with director James Ashcroft about his life, career, and what’s coming up next.

The weirdest films from the 48Hour competition, picked by the guy who watched them all

Dave Brough heroically watched all 437 films in the 2021 48Hour film competition. He shares with us his picks for the strangest films of this year.


The toasty mockumentary that won these teens an award at the 48Hours film competition

‘Toasted’ is a funny, goofy, mockumentary-style takedown of men who are just a little too self-indulgent and in love with their own abilities.

Lemon Lemon, the team…

Regarde Moi: an exhibition by three siblings making art for themselves

When Synthia Bahati’s Burundian family first moved from Tanzania to Auckland’s North Shore as refugees, they were a source of fascination. “People would come up to…