#44 Remarkable New Zealanders

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Edge Message #44 from Brian Sweeney, producer NZEDGE.COM


Two new stories in NZEDGE HOT: Kiwis generating heat: https://www.nzedge.com/hot/index.html

“Sceptic Showman” looks through the lens at the “brilliant” and “startlingly original” techno-paranoid future vision of Oscar nominated scriptwriter/director Andrew Niccol: Gattaca, The Truman Show and currently directing Al Pacino in Simone. https://www.nzedge.com/hot/ar-niccol.html

While in “Fusion building” architect Mark Burry embraces the possibilities of technology, fusing together art and science to complete one of the great architectural visions of the past: Antoni Gaudi’s La Sagrada Familia cathedral in Barcelona, Spain. https://www.nzedge.com/hot/ar-burry.html

More stories of grit, guts and genius from Godzone, /category/newzedge/

  • LSE economist Robert Wade gives global warning
  • Acclaim for Emily Perkins’ “The New Girl”
  • Ngaire Woods revs up Oxford
  • Dame Kiri in Greece,
  • Israel David Low’s sketchbook on show
  • Brent Hansen: Pres & CEO MTV Europe
  • Neil Finn magic in Melbourne
  • Deep Video Imaging in 3D sight
  • Intimate again with Kerry Fox
  • Peter Walker’s “Fox Boy” hailed
  • Sam Neill fronts the Galaxy
  • More shrieks for Kiwi co-helmed Shrek
  • Kohanga Reo a model for local cultures
  • Vogue features best of Edge
  • Christchurch botany in Seattle
  • 14 years since Ellis Cup rugby win
  • Karl Stead gonged in Bristol
  • Kiwi Krispy Kreme
  • KEO talks expansion
  • Wellington causes miniskirt nostalgia
  • Mike Moore’s world trade puzzle
  • Maori fishing rights indigenous inspiration

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Kia Kaha.

Brian Sweeney Co-founder,
editor The New Zealand Edge 


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