#118: Headlines & Deadlines

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Edge Message #118 from Brian Sweeney, producer NZEDGE.COM

Pictured: Martin Henderson, Lizzie Gillett, Adam Turnbull and David Melling, Josh Emett, Kris Bright


New Zealand headlines in this week’s sampling of global media appearing in BBC, Wine Spectator, Daily Mail, Guardian, Economist, Billboard, AdFreak, Hollywood Reporter, Big League, Condé Nast, China Daily and Telegraph include:

Martin Henderson, 34, Battle in Seattle star, signs six-figure ABC deal – Hollywood Reporter
Lizzie Gillett, Age of Stupid producer, 31, “ran a crew of 105 in 6 countries for 2 years”
Turnbull & Melling, 23, cross Cook Strait in floating Toyota Van – China Daily
Josh Emett, chef, 36, Gordon Ramsay’s right-hand-man, stars in Chef de Cuisine Project
Kris Bright, 22, striker, signs with Shrewsbury; compared with Ole Gunnar – BBC Sport
New Zealand runner-up best destination on the planet – Condé Nast Traveller
Air New Zealand asks Twits for comment on Grab-a-seat campaign – AdFreak.com
New Zealand wine industry for sale; foreign ownership over 45% – Wine Spectator
Grant Ryan’s YikeBike “collision between praying mantis and child’s scooter” – Daily Mail
Mark Baldwin, Rambert artistic director, inspired by Darwin and birds – Guardian
NZ Reserve Bank, “first to pass hard-and-fast rules for liquidity since crisis” – Economist
Danielle Miller, Warriors cheergirl, voted no. 1 in the NRL by Big League magazine
Midnight Youth, Ladyhawke nominated for Tuis in upcoming NZ Music Awards – Billboard
Short-haired bumble bee queens in NZ help reintroduce insect in UK – Telegraph





NEW PLYMOUTH, Sept 25, 6pm, Len Lye Book Launch, Govett-Brewster
Director Rhana Devenport and the team at Govett-Brewster Art Gallery celebrate the launch of Len Lye, the most comprehensive presentation of Lye’s art to date. Co-edited by Govett-Brewster Len Lye Curator Tyler Cann and critic and poet Professor Wystan Curnow, Len Lye throws fresh light on the inventive vitality of one of our most celebrated artists. Visit Govett-Brewster website for further details.

AUCKLAND Sept 26–Oct 31, Tempo New Zealand Festival of Dance
Artistic Director Mary-Jane O’Reilly choreographs an entire festival of dance across several Auckland venues featuring contemporary showcases, hip hop and urban dance, film, studio open days, late night burlesque, student productions, and workshops. Presentations by Footnote and Royal New Zealand Ballet. Personal highlights include the launch of the book Black Milk, a collaboration between choreographer Douglas Wright, photographer John Savage and publisher Craig Potton based on Wright’s acclaimed 2006 dance-theatre work (pictured); honoring the career of Limbs’ foundation dancer Debra McCulloch; and the late night performances by four stunning veteran performers Marieke Marygold, MJ O’Reilly, Lyne Pringle and the always extraordinary Kilda Northcott.Tempo.




Top image, cloud formations above Raumati South; above, Gibbston Valley, Queenstown. More pictures at www.paradiseroad.com. Fern symbol via www.nzflag.com.



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