Muss  vs. Hollywood

“It is not just Lord of the Rings that is ushering in a golden age of Kiwi cinema. Everywhere you look, NZers are taking over Tinseltown.” From Peter Jackson, Lee Tamahori and Vincent Ward, to Anna Paquin and Laurence Makaore, the list just keeps getting longer. The writer has the perfect analogy in Star Wars: Attack of the Clones, with Temuera Morrison’s Maori multitudes: “If that’s not taking over Hollywood, I don’t know what is.”


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Behind Security Through Obscurity is Simon Denny

Behind Security Through Obscurity is Simon Denny

The death knell of the Patagonia vest, at least as a symbol of utopianism co-opted by the tech and venture capital world and transformed into shorthand for a certain kind of…