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Bryan Shaw: Editing images of cars, gladiators and upturned catamarans...

Interview – 2016

Award-winning editor Bryan Shaw has worked on a wide range of documentaries and dramas. He has cut documentaries about photographer Robin Morrison, motorcyclist Kim Newcombe, and lost catamaran Rose Noëlle. Shaw moved into dramas with Jay Laga'aia series Street Legal, then went on to edit many more, including Outrageous Fortune, The Almighty Johnsons, and Spartacus.

In this ScreenTalk, Shaw talks about:

This video was first uploaded on 15 March 2016, and is available under this Creative Commons licence. This licence is limited to use of ScreenTalk interview footage only and does not apply to any video content and photographs from films, television, music videos, web series and commercials used in the interview.
Interview, Camera and Editing – Andrew Whiteside
...the second series, it seemed to really find its legs. The first series . . . it was like growing up in public. In New Zealand shows we don't make pilots, so you get to make all your mistakes in front of everyone. And there weren't many in the first series. But the second series . . . everyone was extra confident because it had been received so well.
– Bryan Shaw on the early seasons of Outrageous Fortune