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.
Richard Harman is a seasoned journalist, TV reporter and television producer who began his career in newspapers before joining TVNZ News in the 1970s.
Simone Kessell first appeared on screen playing Hannah Tumai on short-lived soap Homeward Bound.
Murray Grindlay first rose to prominence as lead singer for 60s blues band The Underdogs. Since then he has written the music for a number of feature films and commercials.
Emmy award-winning producer/director Denis Harvey cut his teeth on TVNZ information shows Dig This, Kaleidoscope, and Science Express.
Veteran actress Kate Harcourt has had a long and distinguished career in theatre, television and film.
Roger Donaldson started out as a stills photographer and moved into film with a series of commercials for the Labour Party’s 1972 election campaign.
Dunedin-born Alan Dale always had his sights set on brighter lights: first Auckland, then Sydney, then Los Angeles, where he now lives.
James Napier Robertson began his career as an actor in the teen shows Being Eve and The Tribe.
Robert Boyd-Bell has made a huge contribution to the development of TV news reporting in New Zealand and is a keen advocate for public service broadcasting.
Veteran broadcaster Bill McCarthy was the popular face of TV news and sport in the 1970s.
David Harry Baldock’s long TV career includes submarines, sea rescues, ailing prime ministers and psychics.
Melanie Lynskey came to international attention in her first screen role, playing Pauline Parker in Sir Peter Jackson’s Oscar-nominated feature film Heavenly Creatures.