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The NZ Filmmakers Podcast

By Chris Hanlon

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Chris Hanlon, a novice New Zealand filmmaker, embarks on a quest to improve his skills and understanding of the film industry by interviewing a wide range of film industry professionals, experienced amateurs, and everyone in between. From Directors and Actors to Producers, Wardrobe, Editors and Stuntmen. All the members of the team that will eventually be part of his (and your) film project. What does it take to get the very best out of them on the project? When do they need to be engaged? And what do they need in order to get the job done? This podcast is full of useful gems, and interesting insights, while it also entertains with some wry humour and surprising twists.

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Great stuff!!!

As an actor/director myself, I really love the passion, respect, and perspective that Chris brings to this podcast. It's honest and refreshing while being inspirational and informative at the same time. Great job, Chris!

Go Chris!

Great niche! Honest in your exploration - which helps us all. Thanks for bringing this important work out into the world and being the voice of our curiosity!


an insightful and interesting look into the world of filmmaking from the inside out

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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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