The award-winning Kiwi author lined up heavyweight talent for her big screen debut.
"I wanted it to be me, the human being, not me the artist," she told TimeOut.
Succession is a scathing, incredibly-acted indictment of the rich and powerful.
Kate Elliot reveals she gave her all to the show - both physically and mentally.
The actor turned singer on turning The Greatest Showman into a live show phenomenon.
Navvy wants more artists to back themselves: "We need to be like, 'I did that, that's me".
Beautifully drawn Litigante an authentic portrait of one woman struggling to stay afloat.
Manta Ray is a stirring story of unlikely human connection.
Song Without a Name dramatises a real-life case of human trafficking in Peru in the 1980s.
Sheeran's impressive roster of guests outclass the pop star at every turn.
"I never felt like there was any pressure for me to do music," says Harper Finn.
A slow news day in New Zealand makes for great comedy, says host Hayley Sproull.
"This show is pro-parents, pro-teachers, pro-school, pro-women," says O'Reilly.
It's safe to say the Stranger Things kids have been through a lot.
Angel Olsen, Alicia Keys and Lykke Li let Ronson's production skills shine.
Miley Cyrus darts between pop and hip-hop on her new EP. Not all of it lands.
Ann Dowd says Aunt Lydia was "very surprised to learn how frightened she was."
Malcolm was named an MNZM as part of this year's Queen's Birthday Honours.
On Designer, Harding's songs face steadily towards the sun.
Last year, Rhys Nicholson's show got serious. This year, he focused on having fun.
Urzila Carlson's new show takes on misconceptions of her cultural identity.
"There's something about the water here that makes you really interesting storytellers."
Robert Downey jnr and Brie Larson predict what's next for the Marvel cinematic universe
"I still have no idea what role I play in this film," says Brie Larson (Captain Marvel).
Norah Jones talks about her new album and her 'weird' new creative discovery.
"It was a nice change to be a part of something dark and brooding," says Madeleine Sami.
Eight one-shot vignettes build one lifetime in Vai, a sister film to 2017's Waru.
"I was kind of devastated by the end... I'd had some sort of cult religious experience."
Daffodils' stars Rose McIver and George Mason on iconic Kiwi music and the exposing shoot
Snail Mail on questions about her identity: 'it has nothing to do with the music'.
Broods are heading home to Nelson to play a show for those affected by the recent fires.
"It's important we get this film out there and share it with as many people as possible."
Director Wash Westmoreland says the film keeps his late husband's 'creative spirit' alive.
Today's ceremony celebrated female empowerment, with a star cameo from Michelle Obama.
Tom Scott has written a new play devoted to the story of his mother, Joan.
Sharon van Etten's newest album expands her sound, to extraordinary affect.
James Blake's new album is a stunning look at love in internal and external forms.
Western Springs Stadium proved a worthy venue for the ambitious gig.
Hugo Grrrl says he hopes his win will encourage different identities to try drag.
"You guys party harder than Australians, and probably as hard as us."
When artists put trauma into their work, how can they be protected in the process?