Writer, broadcaster, and producer Tim Lambourne discusses three of this year’s crop of kiwi micro-documentaries from Loading Docs. These immersive shorts take us through diverse forms of art and connect us with the subcultures and people that give them life.
In this Screening Room, renowned kiwi actor, acting coach and director Miranda Harcourt shares three of her favourite kiwi shorts. With an eye for detail and the art of storytelling, these NZ classics show how actors can reveal a complete narrative through careful performance rather than exposition.
Sometimes for a story to be worth telling, its characters have to go through hell. In this month’s Screening Room, Clayton Barnett takes a look at three shorts from the 2014 festival now screening online that take their protagonists and creators through the wringer.
Special guest and promo director for Sky TV Clayton Barnett shares three shorts from this year’s festival that can now also be found online. While on the surface these shorts focus on levity, they also manage to convey deeper messages on love, aspiration, and beauty.
Film/music reviewer & producer Francesca Rudkin discusses three music videos from the 1990’s whose directors have gone on to make major features. With one part nostalgia and an emphasis on style, these directors manage to present their artists’ performances in distinctly iconic ways.