Business Review - March 16, 2007 - page 44 - view
Yes, well, it's a small mention, but look, a picture! Also, they spelt
my name Roseanna. I mean, really. It's right there on the DVD cover.
of the Docos at the Cinema
Herald TimeOut Magazine - Dec 28, 2006 - page 12 - view
Get this: "... An Inconvenient Truth hasn't made the list
because, all things considered, these five were finer films." So,
if An Inconvenient Truth won the Oscar, that means... well,
I don't know what it means, but this truly made my day. My week even.
All I can say is Thanks Peter - though I'm not sure I agree with you.
Zealand Herald ArtsGuide - Dec 13, 2006 - B4 - view
Quick skite regarding the award in Singapore.
New Zealand Entertainment Magazine - Nov 2006 - page 11 - view
I can't resist - here is the cover
of the magazine... they put the still from the film next to... Mr
Ang Lee. I realise I'm being a little silly here.
in a Nutshell
(University of Auckland Alumni Magazine) - Spring 2006 - page 30-31
view 1st page - view
film crosses cultural boundaries
Courier - April 26, 2006 - page 12 - view
The joys of scanning newsprint make me look like pink polka dot wallpaper,
but oh well. And yes, I am aware my smile looks slightly idiotic. When
does it not?
In celebration of a multicultural society
(NZ Herald Weekend Supplement) - 01 April 2006 - page 17 - view
(University of Auckland Student Magazine) - Issue #3, 2006 - page 35
22 March, 2006 - cover story
cover - view
1st page - view
we did this, we didn't really know our big puppy-dog grins were going
to be the cover. I know I sound like a whining tall-poppy-syndrome New
Zealander and should just be happy for the publicity. Believe me, I
am. It was wonderful exposure, and I really can't thank my publicist
enough. However, I should note that the writer of the article disavowed
all responsibility for the title of the article. Somehow, she knew that
I strongly disliked the film of the same name. Or thought it was a schmaltzy
piece of ridiculous fluff herself. I may be a romantic, but I'm not
Magazine - March 2006 - page 35 - view
I actually have no idea what this article says. They could be trash-talking
me, and I would still post it all over the place...
own love story
Language Asian Newspaper) - 27 January, 2006 - view
in a Dilemma
Issue 4 - page 70 - view
Entertainment - 02 August, 2005 - view
Alas, this link has since lapsed, but I did print it out in a fit of
joy, and here it is in scanned glory. Before this, I don't think I'd
ever had a stranger rave about a film of mine with such enthusiasm.
I can tell you, it was a pretty amazing feeling.
View (NZ Herald Magazine) - 17 July 2005 - page 14 - view
People thought I had posed all 'china doll-like' in Buddhist prayer
or something ... in actuality I was overly excited by the fact that
I'd just been presented a hot chocolate with a whole Whittaker's
dark chocolate sante in it. I'm not sure if Atomic on Ponsonby
Rd even does this anymore - but evidently I was pretty stoked when it
came out like that.
Magazine - June 2005 - page 112 - view
This was the first article ever on the film. When this came out, I realised
I really wasn't going to be able to hide it from my parents anymore,
so I bought a copy, hinted to my parents that they should read the back
page, and then ran away, hoping they wouldn't bother to read the text.
They didn't... but then the TV and radio and newspaper coverage started
-- Recent Links: --
Neale's in-depth article and interview,
published Dec 2006 in Volume 4 Number 2 of the Graduate
Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies, entitled 'Global Convergence
/ Local Divergence '.
-- Review Links: --
Tze Ming Mok's
review for the Lumiere
Reader and her sister
review at Yellow Peril.
Interviews and Profiles: --
Barbara Weil's profile of Roseanne and the film for Midweek,
city and suburban lifestyle newspaper, 25 Jan 2006:
Auckland International Film Festival 2005
'Banana in a Nutshell' Film Synopsis
Media Releases: --
Banana Roseanne returns, Jan 17 2006
Release for the SPADA New Filmmaker of the Year awards
Inside Film, Australia's Filmmaker Magazine:
Skites and Quick Mentions(read closely!): --
New Zealand Listener
You Hear That,