VIDEO ORAL HISTORY. PAUL MAUNDER. NATIONAL FILM UNIT INTERVIEWS

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Interview with Paul Maunder about his career at the NFU and as a film maker in the 1970s. Particular reference to film Gone up North for a While, Landfall, One of Those People in the World and Sons for the Return Home.

Subjects: History of Amamus, NFU in the 1970s, filmmaking, National Institute of Dramatic Art, Community theatre

Key People: Lynton Diggle, Miklós Jancsó, John O’Shea, Don Blakely, Albert Wendt, Jerzy Gretowski, Michael Scott-Smith, David Mercer, Ken Loach, Wii Kuki Kaa, Helen Sutch, Dick Campion

Film Titles: Gone Up North For a While, One of the Those People in the World, Landfall, Sons for the Return Home, Close to Home, Notes on a New Zealand City, Notes on a New Zealand Town,

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Year 2010

Reference number F196573

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image

Series New Zealand Film Archive Oral History Project

Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Oral history

Production company New Zealand Film Archive

Viewing locations Digital file available to view at medialibrary, Wellington

Credits Interviewer: Owen Mann
Camera: Mark Sweeney

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