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Helen Brew has been an actress, child therapist, pioneer in mental health and ante-natal education. All of them satisfying but none so much as her present role of film-maker. Her films such as China in Change have given her an international reputation which is not always
recognised in her native NZ. In 1978, her first film Birth, with controversial psychiatrist R D Laing, argued for humanising the birth process. This did bring her plenty of recognition here. Her current film Blueprint for Survival has international funding and is being filmed in Tibet and China. She talks to Neville Glasgow.

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Year 1992

Reference number 15867

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Credits RNZ Collection
BREW, Helen
Glasgow, Neville, 1930-2019

Duration 00:30:39

Date 29 Sep 1992

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