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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Jennifer Ludlam: Acting without makeup or shoes…
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Bruce Morrison's career as a producer, director and writer has brought some memorable New Zealand stories to the screen.
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New Zealander Phil Keoghan has become an internationally-known TV host thanks to his role on Emmy-winning American reality series The Amazing Race.
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Sarah Peirse is best known for her portrayals of two very different mothers - the ill-fated Honorah Reiper in Heavenly Creatures, and the disaffected sophisticate in Rain.
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Lindsay Shelton's career testifies to his love of communicating, and his love of film.
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Murray Keane: From acting to directing in primetime…
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Siobhan Marshall: An Outrageous success…
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Phillip Leishman: on four decades of TV presenting…
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Canadian-born to New Zealand parents, writer and director Alison Maclean helmed one of the most successful NZ Film Commission-funded short films of all time, Kitchen Sink.
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Fiona Samuel: Marching to success…
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