ScreenTalk

NZonScreen present a regular series of interviews with cast, crew, and personalities from behind and in front of the camera in New Zealand's film and TV industries. 

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Veteran actor Kevin J Wilson has made a career out of playing no-nonsense Kiwi blokes.
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Veteran producer John Keir has had a long career producing both documentaries and films.
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Got a major live event you want to put on television? Ron Pledger has long been one of the first people to get on the phone.
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Producer/director Michael Firth made his mark directing the documentary feature Off the Edge.
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Jeanette Thomas: From crime scenes to Good Morning to playing herself on comedy show Nothing Trivial
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Veteran producer/director John Laing has worked in film and television in New Zealand, Canada and the UK.
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Stephen Lovatt’s acting career has taken him from ancient Rome to Ramsey Street.
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Director Grant Lahood is master of the quirky comedic short film.
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Producer Rhonda Kite, who runs Kiwa Media Group, has worked on interactive book projects, film and television, including long-running arts show Kete Aronui.
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Actor Tandi Wright once called Mark Hadlow "the best physical comedian I've ever seen".
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