NZ On Screen
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NZ On Screen is the online showcase of New Zealand television, film and music video. The project features over 2500 titles, all free to watch. Visit the site to see iconic TV episodes, classic music videos and short films, landmark documentaries, behind-the-scenes film footage and commentary, interviews and much more.
Tom Hern is a film producer who began his screen career as a junior reporter on children’s television show What Now?
Don Reynolds is a sound operator turned film producer who has had a big impact on the New Zealand film industry.
Mark Everton started his broadcasting career in radio, before joining the TVNZ newsroom in 1985.
Jane Wrightson is the Chief Executive of NZ On Air — the agency tasked with funding local television, digital media, music and radio.
Stephen J Campbell is a long-time television writer, director and producer who began in TV aimed at younger viewers.
Kate McDermott is a scriptwriter whose words have been heard in a long list of popular TV comedies and dramas.
Actor Mia Blake made her screen debut in ensemble comedy film Hopeless, which then became the TV series Lovebites.
Peter Williams has had a long and distinguished career as a sports broadcaster and newsreader.
Lisa Harrow left New Zealand in the 1960s to study at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in England.
Shaun Brown’s distinguished television career spans 45 years, beginning as a reporter with the NZBC.
From playing a dandy in Desperate Remedies and a hated villain in Once Were Warriors, actor Cliff Curtis has appeared in many of New Zealand’s most significant films.