Jesus and the Second Coming

Kiwi director Alison Maclean wowed Cannes with the moody Crush, then took a seven year maturing process, through Sex and the City, Homicide and a Natalie Imbruglia music video, to release the indie-hit Jesus’ Son. The seven year itch has been redeemed by critical and popular success. Ripe affirmation for Maclean (and the nzedge) who, “feels happiest on the avant-garde edge of the film industry”.

Kiwi director Alison Maclean wowed Cannes with the moody Crush, then took a seven year maturing process, through Sex and the City, Homicide and a Natalie Imbruglia music video, to release the indie-hit Jesus’ Son. The seven year itch has been redeemed by critical and popular success. Ripe affirmation for Maclean (and the nzedge) who, “feels happiest on the avant-garde edge of the film industry”.


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Artist Simon Denny Reflects on Berlin Art Programme

Artist Simon Denny Reflects on Berlin Art Programme

Co-founder of the Berlin Program for Artists (BPA) New Zealand-born Simon Denny, 39, (pictured right) explains why artists are essential to the fabric of Germany’s capital city in an article for UK…