Interview

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

Interview, Camera and Editing – Andrew Whiteside

Bryan Shaw is a multi award-winning editor who has worked on a wide range of documentaries and dramas. Among the documentaries are Sense of Place: Robin Morrison, PhotographerBack from the Dead – The Saga of the Rose Noelle; and series An Immigrant Nation. Shaw moved into editing dramas with Street Legal, then went on to edit a number of other drama series including Outrageous Fortune, Westside, The Almighty Johnsons, and Spartacus.

Interview

Martin Henderson: From Kiwi child star to Hollywood...

Interview – Ian Pryor. Camera and Editing – Alex Backhouse

After making his screen debut in 1988 on Margaret Mahy TV series Strangers, actor Martin Henderson spent three years on Shortland Street playing Stuart Nielsen, then moved on to Australia and later the United States. Since then he has acted everywhere from India to Sweden, and in everything from horror (The Ring) to musicals (Bride and Prejudice) to TV’s House MD. His work as Cate Blanchett’s disabled brother in drama Little Fish saw him nominated for an Australian Film Institute supporting actor award. Variety magazine called his performance 'a revelation'.

Interview

ScreenTalk Short: Craig Hall

Interview, Camera and Editing – Andrew Whiteside

When not riding the motorcycles he loves, Craig Hall has acted in everything from Outrageous Fortune to The World’s Fastest Indian and Australian TV hit A Place to Call Home.

Interview

Craig Hall: On strutting his stuff in The Strip, and more...

Interview, Camera and Editing – Andrew Whiteside

When not riding the motorcycles he loves, Craig Hall performs in a wide variety of acting roles. His big screen debut was in Westie celebration Savage Honeymoon; his first major TV role was playing the sexy but dumb Clint in The Strip. He has also appeared in Outrageous Fortune and movie hit The World’s Fastest Indian.

Interview

Mark Wright: The serious side of being a funny man…

Interview, Camera and Editing – Andrew Whiteside

Mark Wright is an actor who is well known for impersonating celebrities and sports stars on television. He has appeared on a number of primetime comedy shows including Issues, That Comedy Show and Newsflash. Wright has also appeared in TV dramas Shortland Street, City Life, Nothing Trivial and Harry.