Wellington Killah Beez on the Swarm

We like our blue cheese served with honey at Pollux, and we like our cocktails honey-rimmed at S&M. It’s fair to say that we here at the Wellingtonista are fans of bees, no matter what their political affiliations may be. That said, everyone knows we’re a bunch of pinko lefties, so it’s only fitting that […]

Online to On the Wall

We all know that Wellington is a great place to take photos: its natural beauty, public art, lively street life and eclectic architecture all contribute to a visually stimulating city. The busy Flickr-ers of the Wellington Flickr group know this, and they’ve decided to take their best photos into the real world.

Online to On the Wall poster

Online to On the Wall” opens at the Paramount Theatre tomorrow night at 6pm, and runs until the 28th of March.

The horror!

Videoblood brings you ‘FIRST BLOOD’. This dvd project brings together 11 video artists and visionaries to create an original masterpiece with the only rule being that it had to finish within 90 seconds.

Filled with motion graphics, stop motion, claymation, porno, comedy, 3d, surgery, flying, dude, geisha, planets,cosmic arts, snails and all in one serving of 15 minutes.

The Paramount is a massive theatre, tell everyone to come along because it’s FREE! FREE! FREE!

Featuring work from:

Alistair Cheyne
Vincent Lowe & Jon Strang
Lakshman Anandanayagam
Mike Heynes
Sally Tran
Guy Capper
Matt Pitt
Paul Herschell
Sam Webber & Gareth O’brien
Ed Davis
Jeremy Mansford

Check out the teaser at:


Lachii @ Paramount: 27 November

One for all you film and music enthusiasts out there (and more especially if you’re both): Lachii – the single-shot film by Ed Davis with accompanying live music by HDU’s Tristan Dingemans (aka Kahu) – is having a public screening at the Paramount this Sunday night (November 27) at 9:30pm ($15/$10). From the blurb… Lachii […]

Of Paramount Importance

While other members of the Wellingtonista debate trivial issues such as roading, the non car-owning amongst us think it’s time to address the more important things in life, such as the Paramount renovations. This isn’t a post to talk about the two new theatres (one with couches), or the glorious big balconey, oh no. It’s […]