Roger Donaldson on Sleeping Dogs.
David Blyth on Angel Mine.
Kelly Johnson on Goodbye Pork Pie.
Roger Donaldson on Smash Palace.
Geoff Murphy on Utu.
Ian Mune on Came a Hot Friday.
Vincent Ward on filmmaking.
Tom Scott on Footrot Flats.
Greg Johnson on The End of the Golden Weather.
Rena Owen on Once Were Warriors.
Melanie Lynskey on Heavenly Creatures.
Ngila Dickson on The Lord of the Rings.
Niki Caro on Whale Rider.
Antony Starr on The World's Fastest Indian.
Oscar Kightley on Sione's Wedding.
Tammy Davis on Black Sheep.
Leanne Pooley on The Topp Twins.
Taika Waititi on the Oscars.
Cliff Curtis on The Dark Horse.
Cohen Holloway on Hunt for the Wilderpeople.
Jackie van Beek on The Breaker Upperers.
In these short clips from our ScreenTalk interviews, directors, actors and others share their memories of classic films, as we mark 40 years of the NZ Film Commission.
- Roger Donaldson on odd Sleeping Dogs phone calls
- David Blyth on Angel Mine being ahead of its time
- Kelly Johnson on acting in Goodbye Pork Pie
- Roger Donaldson on Smash Palace
- Geoff Murphy on Utu's scale
- Ian Mune on making Came a Hot Friday
- Vincent Ward on early film exploits
- Tom Scott on writing Footrot Flats with Murray Ball
- Greg Johnson on acting in End of the Golden Weather
- Rena Owen on Once Were Warriors
- Melanie Lynskey on auditioning for Heavenly Creatures
- Ngila Dickson on The Lord of the Rings
- Niki Caro on missing Whale Rider's success
- Antony Starr on Anthony Hopkins
- Oscar Kightley on Sione's Wedding
- Tammy Davis on Black Sheep
- Leanne Pooley on the Topp Twins
- Taika Waititi on napping at the Oscars
- Cliff Curtis on The Dark Horse
- Cohen Holloway on his Wilderpeople stars