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
Dunedin-born Alan Dale always had his sights set on brighter lights: first Auckland, then Sydney, then Los Angeles, where he now lives.
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James Napier Robertson began his career as an actor in the teen shows Being Eve and The Tribe.
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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.
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Veteran broadcaster Bill McCarthy was the popular face of TV news and sport in the 1970s.
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David Harry Baldock’s long TV career includes submarines, sea rescues, ailing prime ministers and psychics.
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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.
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Kelly Johnson is best remembered for his lead role in the iconic Kiwi film Goodbye Pork Pie.
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Story / Toi Maori, Screen & Sound
Robert Rakete is a popular TV and radio host, and actor.
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Peter Wells is an accomplished writer and director who has explored gay and historical themes in his work.
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Versatile director Mike Smith has made an enormous amount of New Zealand drama.
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