off the wireless

Interview with Clive Neeson, director of Last Paradise. A documentary that shows off a lifetime so far of filming adventure sports in the great outdoors. Featuring A.J. Hackett, Allan Byrne, Ton Deken, Kristin Boese, Sky Solbach, Dave Smithers and Jeff Campbell. Last Paradise is screening at the New Zealand International Film Festival.

John Henderson takes a look at Gasland, a documentary that examines the environmental chaos caused by the mining of ‘clean’ natural gas. Gasland is screening at the New Zealand International Film Festival.

Interview with film maker Robin Greenburg

New Zealand filmmaker Robin Greenberg uncovers the remarkable adventure of five young fishermen who set off from Taiwan in 1955 intending to cross the Pacific in an old junk. The plan: to sail to San Francisco, then haul the boat across the US to take part in a trans-Atlantic yacht race.
-Bill Gosden

The Free China Junk is screening at the New Zealand International Film Festival.

Cult film director David Blyth discusses his new film ‘Wound’ screening at the New Zealand International Film Festival.

The star of HBO’s Entourage, Adrian Grenier, dropped by today to talk up his new documentary that turns the camera lens back onto the Paparazzi. Teenage Paparazzo is screening at the New Zealand International Film Festival.

If ever you need to be confronted with the real truth of actual climate change and how real people are being effected right now, this documentary is it. Briar March joins me to discuss the plight of the people on the Island of Takuu. This film is screening at the New Zealand International Film Festival.

An interview with Peter Esmonde the Director of Trimpin: The Sound of Invention. It’s a fascinating sonic journey with the inventor, engineer, composer and artist, Trimpin. This film is screening at the New Zealand International Film Festival.

John Henderson reviews the French true story ‘I’m Glad My Mother is Alive’ screening at the New Zealand international Film Festival.