Ian Mune

Actor, Writer, Director

Quite aside from being a talented and prolific actor, Ian Mune has made behind the scenes contributions to many New Zealand screen landmarks. Mune's writing career ranges from some of New Zealand's earliest television series to Goodbye Pork Pie. His work as director includes classics Came a Hot Friday and The End of the Golden Weather, and the hit sequel to Once Were Warriors.

I get very envious of the people who can just go on churning things out, but at the same time, I assiduously avoid getting into that situation. Ian Mune in a Listener interview, 17 April 1976

Interview

Ian Mune: Kiwi screen legend...

Interview, 2010

Interview

ScreenTalk Shorts: Ian Mune

Interview, 2019

NZ Film Commission turns 40 - Past Memories

2018, Subject - Web

Kiwi Christmas

2017, As: Norman - Film

Loading Docs 2016 - How Mr and Mrs Gock Saved the Kumara

2016, Narrator - Web

Housebound

2014, As: Judge - Film

Agent Anna

2013 - 2014, As: Neil Dryden - Television

Ghost Bride

2013, As: Frank - Film

Two Little Boys

2012, As: Mr Abercrombie - Film

Rest for the Wicked

2011, As: Graham - Film

Billy T: Te Movie

2011, Director, Writer - Film

The Insatiable Moon

2010, As: Norm - Film

Wound

2010, Actor, As: Dr Nelson - Film

50 Years of New Zealand Television: 5 - Telling Stories

2010, Subject - Television

I'm Not Harry Jenson

2009, As: Bill - Film

A Song of Good

2008, As: Ron Cradle - Film

Burying Brian - First Episode

2008, As: Reg - Television

The Life of Ian

2007, Subject - Television

The Amazing Extraordinary Friends (episode)

2007, As: The Incredible Master Zero - Television

Book to Box Office

2006, Subject - Television

Perfect Creature

2006, As: Slum Landlord - Film

Taonga

2005, Actor - Television

Spooked

2004, As: Dave Johnson - Film

Cow

2001, As: Short - Short Film

Numero Bruno

2000, Subject - Television

Savage Honeymoon

2000, As: Gary - Film

Tarawera

2000, Narrator - Television

The Life and Times of Te Tutu - 6 (Series One, Episode Six)

2000, As: Colonel North - Television

The Tribe

1999 - 2003, Director - Television

What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?

1999, Director - Film

D.S.B.

1997, As: Satan un-babed - Short Film

Hillary: A View from the Top - The Early Years

1997, Narrator - Television

Home Movie

1997, As: Pat - Television

Topless Women Talk about Their Lives

1997, As: Mr Mulvehill - Film

In the Shadow of King Lear

1996, Subject - Television

The Whole of the Moon

1996, Writer, Director - Film

Nuclear Reaction

1995, Narrator - Television

Dead Certs

1995, Director, Writer - Television

Letter to Blanchy

1994 - 1997, Director, Writer, As: Colin - Television

Letter to Blanchy - A Dinner Down Under

1994, Director - Television

Letter to Blanchy - Unofficial Channels

1994, Director - Television

Fallout

1994, As: Sir Robert Muldoon - Television

Fallout - Part Two

1994, As: Sir Robert Muldoon - Television

Fallout - Part One

1994, As: Sir Robert Muldoon - Television

Letter to Blanchy - A Serious Undertaking

1994, Director - Television

Once Were Warriors

1994, As: Judge , Script Advisor - Film

By the Light of the Mune

1993, Director, Subject - Television

Cannes '92

1992, Subject - Television

The End of the Golden Weather

1991, Producer, Director, Writer - Film

Magic Kiwis - Bruno Do That Thing

1990, Subject - Television

Cowboys of Culture

1990, Subject - Television

1990 Commonwealth Games promo - Join Together

1989, As: Officer - Commercial

E Tipu E Rea - Thunderbox

1989, As: Magistrate - Television

Kaleidoscope - Ian Mune

1989, Subject - Television

Magic Kiwis

1989 - 1991, Subject - Television

The Grasscutter

1988, Director - Television

Gloss

1987 - 1990, Writer - Television

Bridge to Nowhere

1986, Writer, Director - Film

Kaleidoscope - Larry Parr

1985, Subject - Television

Shaker Run

1985, As: Barry Gordon - Film

Came a Hot Friday

1984, Writer, Director - Film

The Silent One

1984, Writer - Film

One of those Blighters

1982, As: Cedric Horn - Television

Goodbye Pork Pie

1981, Writer - Film

Sea Urchins

1980, As: Uncle - Television

Blackhearted Barney Blackfoot

1980, Writer - Short Film

Nutcase

1980, Writer, As: U Boat Commander - Film

Sleeping Dogs

1977, Writer, As: Bullen, Art Director - Film

Hunter's Gold

1976, As: Marvello the Magician - Television

Moynihan - You Can't Win 'Em All (Episode Two)

1976, As: Leo Moynihan - Television

Moynihan

1976 - 1977, As: Moynihan - Television

The God Boy

1976, Writer - Television

Winners & Losers: After the Depression

1976, Producer - Television

Winners & Losers: A Great Day

1976, Director, Writer - Television

Winners & Losers: A Lawful Excuse

1976, As: Mick, Writer, Producer - Television

Winners & Losers: Big Brother, Little Sister

1976, Director, Producer - Television

Winners & Losers: Blues for Miss Laverty

1976, Co-Director, Producer - Television

Winners & Losers: Shining with the Shiner

1976, Co-Director , As: Honourable McKay, Producer - Television

Winners & Losers: The Woman at the Store

1975, Co-Director, Writer, As: Jo - Television

Buck House

1974 - 1975, Writer - Television

The Adventure World of Sir Edmund Hillary

1974, Writer - Television

The Adventure World of Sir Edmund Hillary - The Kaipo Wall (Part One)

1974, Writer - Television

The Adventure World of Sir Edmund Hillary - The Kaipo Wall (Part Two)

1974, Writer - Television

Buck House - Escorts Unlimited Ltd

1974, Writer - Television

Carnival Coast

1974, As: Circus Ringmaster - Short Film

Rangi's Catch

1973, As: Jake - Film

Section 7

1972, As: John Sitwell - Television

Pukemanu

1971 - 1972, Writer, As: Rod Booth - Television