NZIFF - more highlights

Posted Sunday 26 May 2013

WIFT members get a substantial discount on tickets for NZIFF so book early and make the most of your membership. Here are some more highlights....

Becoming Traviata

Soprano Natalie Dessay, acclaimed for her dramatic brilliance, rehearses La Traviata in intense creative collaboration with director Jean-Fran�ois Sivadier. "Ravishing� Time with Dessay is worth treasuring." - Village Voice

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Much Ado About Nothing

Joss Whedon and a cast of his TV regulars breathe fresh life into Shakespeare's comedy of romantic gamesmanship. "The first great contemporary Shakespeare since Baz Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet." - The Guardian

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Romeo and Juliet: A Love Song

Shakespeare's tale of teen love reimagined as a rock opera set in a beachside caravan park. A triumphant blast of style and 21st-century Kiwi trailer trash pop. Classic tragedy probably shouldn't be quite this much fun.

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Gebo and the Shadow

Claudia Cardinale, Jeanne Moreau and Michael Lonsdale await the return of a prodigal son in an adapted play from the world's oldest director. "A grand piece of cinematic chamber music for a cast of mighty soloists." - New Yorker

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What Maisie Knew

Steve Coogan and Julianne Moore are the divorcing parents seen from the viewpoint of six-year-old Maisie (amazing Onata Aprile) in this 21st-century Manhattan update of Henry James' novel. With Alexander Skarsg�rd.

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