How can farming be transformed into something that’s more human, and more environmentally aware? PAUL ROSE reviews a superb documentary that shows another way to work with nature.
Film & Television
Feel like watching an obnoxious stoner film that blows self-indulgence in your face? You’ve come to the right place, writes TOBY WOOLLASTON
PAUL ROSE is charmed by a slow-burning, forbidden 19th Century romance that’s as devilishly subtle as it is seductive
Why all the fuss over the proposed sale and big fat cuts at TV3? PAT PILCHER explains.
TOBY WOOLLASTON reviews a film about Australia’s first winning female jockey and finds that it’s a bit sloppy in the saddle.
PAT PILCHER revels in some Brit TV goodness from a new streaming service and likes both the price and the Anglophile content
REBEKAH DAVIES gives the thumbs up to a love story in an intoxicating setting that’s as much about self-discovering as smouldering chemisty.
Was Michael Hutchence’s life ruled by excess or simply touched by bad luck? PAUL ROSE reviews a film made by a friend of the late INXS singer.