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. 

Wayne Leonard
Story / Screen & Sound
Wayne Leonard: The art of multi-camera directing...
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Pietra Brettkelly is an award-winning New Zealand filmmaker who travels the world to make her documentaries.
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Kim Webby cut her story-telling teeth as a TVNZ reporter. After that, Webby began directing documentaries for both TVNZ and Maori Television.
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Story / Screen & Sound, Literature & Publishing
Anthony McCarten is an award-winning playwright, screenwriter and novelist, who has also directed two of his own feature films.
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Ben Barrington began his screen career on Wellington-based TV show The Strip.
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Neill Rea is an actor and casting director who began his screen career with a guest role in the 100th episode of Hercules: The Legendary Journeys.
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Michele A’Court is well-known for appearances on comedy shows Pulp Comedy and 7 Days, but she began her screen career as a presenter on kids show What Now?
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Story / Digital & Technology, Screen & Sound
Kerry Warkia started her career as an actress, but is increasingly making a name for herself as a successful producer in the web world.
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Miriama Kamo began her television career as a reporter on 1990s arts show Backch@t. In 2015 she signed on as the host of TV One’s new lifestyle show Kiwi Living.
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Cohen Holloway is a singer, actor and comedian who first made an impact on comedy shows Pulp Comedy and Facelift.
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