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. 

Story / Screen & Sound
Lisa Harrow left New Zealand in the 1960s to study at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in England.
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Story / Screen & Sound, Management & Admin
Shaun Brown’s distinguished television career spans 45 years, beginning as a reporter with the NZBC.
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Story / Toi Maori, Screen & Sound
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.
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Story / Screen & Sound
Katrina Hobbs is a TV presenter and actor who has had roles in New Zealand, Australia and even Russia.
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Story / Screen & Sound
Richard Harman is a seasoned journalist, TV reporter and television producer who began his career in newspapers before joining TVNZ News in the 1970s.
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Story / Toi Maori, Screen & Sound
Simone Kessell first appeared on screen playing Hannah Tumai on short-lived soap Homeward Bound.
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Story / Music, Screen & Sound
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.
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Denis Harvey
Story / Screen & Sound
Emmy award-winning producer/director Denis Harvey cut his teeth on TVNZ information shows Dig This, Kaleidoscope, and Science Express.
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Story / Screen & Sound
Veteran actress Kate Harcourt has had a long and distinguished career in theatre, television and film.
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Story / Screen & Sound
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.
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