Vanity Fair enough

Ex-Shorties original Martin Henderson, after a stint across the ditch, goes west to LA and hits the big-time featuring in Vanity Fair’s annual hyping Hollywood photo essay for his part in the upcoming Windtalkers. And Lee Tamahori, (currently helming the latest Bond installment), features in veteran producer Art Linson’s candid account of the trials, tribulations and ego clashes involved in producing Tamahori’s 1997 film The Edge. “Lee looked back at me as if to say, “I’m from New Zealand. Don’t leave me here alone.”


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Annaleese Jochems’s Debut Novel Alive and Squirming

Annaleese Jochems’s Debut Novel Alive and Squirming

“Cynthia, the simpering, scheming, covetous emotional sinkhole of New Zealander Annaleese Jochems’ assured debut novel, Baby, is alive and squirming; a memorable addition to the growing coterie of unapologetic antiheroines (dis)gracing…