Veteran producer/director Wayne Tourell's career has taken him from Shakespeare to Shortland Street. Tourell's credits include both drama and documentary — including major television series like Landmarks, Hanlon and doco Moriori, and numerous live events including the 1988 Telethon. Later he worked at Natural History New Zealand, and was a regular director on soap Shortland Street.
In this ScreenTalk, Tourell talks about:
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Interview, Camera and Editing – Andrew Whiteside
I hadn't had any sleep for about 36 hours by the time we were starting it.– Wayne Tourell on the stresses of working on Telethon in 1988