Opening credits from series one.
The Black Seeds - making of their video for Hey Son. Dir. Mark Albiston
Te Rangitu Netana, the Moko artist that tattooed Robbie Williams shows his London flat. Dir. Nathan Morris
Actor Director Paolo Rotondo shows his film "The Freezer".
Get to know the work of graffiti artist Elliot O'Donnell AKA "Askew".
The Urale Sisters talk about their experiences in the Film industry.
Mark de Clive-Lowe, a UK-based, New Zealand Jazz musician.
Producer musicians Maaka McGregor and Mina Ripia (WAI) show their music.
Sean Kerr, a video installation artist and intermedia tutor.
MC Tali returns to Wellington from her home in Bristol to host this episode.
Maiangi Waitai is a New Zealand designer that has been described as "New Zealand's Versace".
This episode is hosted by kiwi band Trinity Roots.
Meet Phil Frost, an artist and skater from Dunedin.
Fat Eddy from Zuvuya shares his musical wisdom.
Join Flight of the Conchords before they leave Wellington for Edinburgh.
In downtown Greymouth we meet Zane Smith, Cafe owner.
Flight of the Conchords at Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2002.
The Naked Samoans at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Alun Bollinger talks about his work as a cinematographer.
Ladi6 from verse 2 from their living room in Mangere, Auckland.
Meet Mathias Luafutu, an actor and writer.
A magazine show with an edge, The Living Room did for arts television production what Radio With Pictures did for NZ music — it ripped open the venetian blinds, rearranged the plastic-covered cushions, and shone the sun on Aotearoa’s homegrown creative culture. Often letting the subjects film and present their own stories, it was produced for three series by Wellington’s Sticky Pictures, who also made follow-up arts showcase The Gravy. These excerpts from the first series show a calvacade of local talent, including an early Flight of the Conchords screen outing.
Made with funding from NZ On Air
Music by various NZ and overseas artists.
Theme music by Warren Maxwell.