John Daly-Peoples Art auction features major McCahon from the Pat and Gil Hanly collection WEEKEND REVIEW Fri 21 Jul Major works by Colin McCahon and Michael Smither at Mossgreen-Webb’s Art Auction. Nevil Gibson NBR's guide to the International Film Festival – Week 1 WEEKEND REVIEW Fri 21 Jul The film festival is getting larger by the year, presenting a problem of choice among about some 170 individual sessions. John Daly-Peoples All-new Romeo and Juliet dances into town WEEKEND REVIEW Fri 14 Jul Shakespeare’s greatest love story, Romeo and Juliet, will be brought to life next month by the Royal New Zealand Ballet John Daly-Peoples Tony Lane's paintings explore the infinite WEEKEND REVIEW Fri 14 Jul Tony Lane’s paintings are an amalgam of the early Renaissance and the contemporary. John Daly-Peoples New Chamber Music New Zealand concerts WEEKEND REVIEW Fri 14 Jul The Kuijken Quartet provides authentic performances of eighteenth-century music. John Daly-Peoples When Christchurch was the centre of new theatre WEEKEND REVIEW Fri 14 Jul Free Theatre, a film about contemporary theatre in Christchurch The World Press Photo Exhibition opens Photographer reveals the other Vladimir Nabokov Guitarist performs one of the great Spanish guitar compositions Photographs of our industrial past Remembering the tunnellers of Arras Cannes trifecta of winners take top slots at NZ International Film Festival Book extract: International migration: the great trade-off Cannes winner Nicole Kidman leads lineup at NZ International Film Festival 2017 NZ Dance Company's 'Kiss the Sky' heralds Matariki Tongan artist's exhibition travels from New York to Auckland A new musical star is born Law firm and realtor support new art school graduates Famous orange seller takes to the stage New artistic director for Royal New Zealand Ballet Review: Art by Simon Ingram and Laurence Aberhart Sydney lights up for Vivid festival Govt questions future of NZ Venture Investment Fund, film grants, Bridges says German cellist performs with the NZSO next month Ballet company presents three stunning works by leading choreographer Auckland language expert contradicts Chomsky's 'big bang' origins theory Carmen, bringing some hot Spanish culture to a New Zealand winter Van Gogh and the seasons in Melbourne Swan Lake takes flight in Brisbane Child's imagined life under Hitler wins richest literary prize NZ film industry takes record haul to Cannes Festival Chicago's mobsters and Playboy's Hefner are latest to be 'Kiwi made' on screen Australian music: Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra magnificent in Melbourne Australian music: Victorian Opera's 'La Sonnambula' 'Where God only says one name – Mozart' Comedy festival review: Improv leaves room for improvment Matilda The Musical coming to Auckland Film Review: Viceroy's House Four Auckland fine art auctions Sydney Theatre offers fascinating season of historical and contemporary plays Film industry not looking for more government handouts TVNZ bets big on Survivor success John Clarke, the man behind the iconic Fred Dagg, has died NZSO plays Adams, Mozart and Beethoven The National; all the best of new Australian art Two Goldies go to auction Vivid set to light up Sydney Carmen lights up Sydney Harbour New Zealand's newest major opera: The Bone Feeder Natalia Osipova's three spectacular dances Rodin's Kiss leads two centuries of the nude at the Auckland Art Gallery Horror will scare you to death Film Review: Iranian filmmaker walks the censorship tightrope Passio an uplifting and memorable musical experiences Rufus Wainwright reinvents Judy Garland NZSO starts touring season with Strauss, Mozart and Beethoven The Encounter – an engrossing and rewarding theatrical experience Auckland Writers Festival: No longer just about books New Peer Gynt is entertaining but not satisfying Crime, punishment, Shakespeare and redemption Jazz rules in the capital Where the audience doubles over with laughter Film Review: The Music of Strangers Auckland Arts Festival – Carla's final choices 2017 Oscars: 'Moonlight' pulls off surprise win over 'La La Land' in card debacle Carl Bland has another hit with Spirit House Film review: A funny German movie NZ Opera's The Mikado features giggly girls but no geishas Michael Parekowhai’s “Lighthouse” is a monument to the state house Royal NZ Ballet season launches in Christchurch Women directors a big feature of 2017 French Film Festival Waiheke Island sculpture trail features marvellous art in marvellous location Disney's Oscar-nominated Polynesian princess sets NZ box office pace Carmen features in Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour this year Editor's Insight: Hollywood's best are no longer what the big studios produce Film review: 'The Country Doctor' 2017 Oscars: La La Land picks up record-equalling 14 nominations Book extract: The voices of a new (socialist) generation Book extract: When election night brought crowds into the city Film Review: Jackie Former NBR publisher launches career as political thriller writer — and outsells Grisham UPDATED Debbie Reynolds dies one day after death of daughter Carrie Fisher Review – Rogue One: A Star Wars Story needs more railguns and nukes Hidesight: Sensation-seekers show their sinister side 2017 Oscars: NZ critics' poll produces 'surprise' best film of the year Editor’s Insight: The best Kiwi film year ever, thanks to the Wilderpeople Both sides of NZ history in major Lindauer portrait exhibition 2017 Oscars: Hollywood musical La La Land tops Golden Globes nominations The Barbie story that Hollywood probably won't tell Book industry rebounds with $400m impact on the economy Handel's Messiah on in the four main centres for Christmas Royal New Zealand Ballet's Midsummer's Nights Dream finishes off a dream year Major Cindy Sherman exhibition at City Gallery Obituary: Entrepreneur Barrie Everard devoted his life to entertainment My Fair Lady at the Sydney Opera House Music Awards: Broods win five top awards but Aaradhna and Bic Runga shine brightest Marti Friedlander 1928-2016 Desperate Remedies returns to the screen after more than 20 years Is the Sydney Opera House the eighth wonder of the world?