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The world has reacted to that Will Smith moment at the Oscars yesterday.
The disrupted Auckland Arts Festival still managed to pull off a move to digital.
'Disturbing' biopic promises to show Marilyn Monroe as you've never seen her before.
Review: Sirens of the Silver Screen and Bad Guy make up for a reduced festival
Review: Break Bread blends the original plans with pitch-perfect lockdown commentary.
It was a rocky week for some couples and the end of the road for others.
Episode four introduced us to a Daniel Craig lookalike - but he wasn't very charming.
The couples went on their honeymoons and it wasn't all snuggles and romance by the beach.
Thanos snapped his fingers and boom, another celebrity said goodbye.
A Hollywood star goes home, but did TVNZ botch a tear-jerker ending that deserved more?
Episode two saw tears, tough decisions and the overly competitive Art returns.
Review: Dakota of the White Flats is a joy from start to finish.
The APO undertook what is perhaps its most courageous programme for some years.
Review: Billie Eilish remains brilliant with sophomore album "Happier Than Ever".
William Dart reviews the APO's Beethoven concert, The Revolutionary.
Yang/Young and Fleshies 2.0 are the two very different works on offer this year
Australian singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett proves she doesn't need a backing band.
William Dart review: 'For some, the greatest of all violin concertos.'