Jennifer Ward-Lealand is often referred to as acting royalty in New Zealand. Ten years after her first interview with NZ On Screen, Ward-Lealand sits down again to bring us up to date on what she’s been up to over the past decade.
In this ScreenTalk, Ward-Lealand talks about:
- How the changing digital landscape has provided new career opportunities
- The creative freedom that web series can bring
- Having fun on web series Auckland Daze
- Learning te reo Māori after an embarrassing on-set moment
- Sharing some similarities with her character in TV series Dirty Laundry
- Getting advice from experts on money laundering to prep for the role
- Supporting young filmmakers on Kiwi film Dead
- Feeling spoilt by the on-off shooting model for movie Vermilion
- Why Equity New Zealand is vital for the local film industry
was first uploaded on 3 December 2018, and
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Interview, Camera and Editing – Andrew Whiteside