Film agencies delighted with 'Actors on Screen'

April 2012
Onfilm;Apr2012, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p17
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The article reports that the overwhelming response to the seminar series "Seeing More of NZ Actors on Screen" run in Auckland and Wellington, New Zealand delights the agencies Film New Zealand and the New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC). Film New Zealand board member Miranda Harcourt developed the series, which focused on New Zealand actors engaged in international productions. The series featured lectures from casting directors and workshops on improving actors' U.S. accents.


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