Interview

Theresa Healey: From Play School to Carmen...

Interview, Camera and Editing – Andrew Whiteside

Actor Theresa Healey first appeared on screen entertaining a generation of kids on Play School, having already supplied the voice for the show's famous opening. She won fame thanks to a five year stint as popular character Carmen Roberts on Shortland Street. Since then Healey has acted in a range of New Zealand TV dramas including Mercy PeakGo Girls and Filthy Rich. She has also acted in films JubileeSavage Honeymoon and Vermilion.

Interview

ScreenTalk Short: Theresa Healey

Interview, Camera and Editing – Andrew Whiteside

Actor Theresa Healey first appeared on screen as a presenter on Play School. She won a wider audience during five years playing Nurse Carmen Roberts on Shortland Street.

Interview

Stephen Lovatt: On indie movies, injuries, and playing cops with Campion and Kightley...

Interview, Camera and Editing – Andrew Whiteside

Stephen Lovatt’s acting career has taken him from ancient Rome to Ramsey Street. Aside from five years acting on Neighbours in Australia, he has played everything from reliable and unreliable dads to Hades, Lord of the Dead in shows like Go Girls, Being EveMarlin BayShortland Street, and Xena: Warrior Princess. He has also appeared in a number of features — including acclaimed 2013 movie Fantail

Interview

Alison Maclean: A gothic crush…

Interview and Editing - Gemma Gracewood. Camera - Mark Weston

Canadian-born to New Zealand parents, writer and director Alison Maclean helmed one of the most successful NZ Film Commission-funded short films of all time, Kitchen Sink, which debuted at Cannes and won eight international awards. A graduate of Elam School of Fine Arts, she has directed feature films Crush (which she also wrote) and Jesus’ Son. A director of commercials and television series including Sex and the City and Gossip Girl, Maclean divides her time between New York, Canada and New Zealand, and she is developing several feature films.