Cinema of Unease - Sam Neill weaves portions of autobiography into an idiosyncratic, acclaimed yet controversial analysis of Kiwi cinema — from its crude beginnings, to the dark flowering of achievement seen in the breakthrough films of Peter Jackson, Lee Tamahori, and Jane Campion. Directed by Neill and Judy Rymer, as one of 18 films commissioned for the British Film Institute's Century of Cinema series, the award-winning documentary debuted at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival.
Breaking Ranks - James McNeish
Tell You What: Great New Zealand Nonfiction 2015 - Review on Takahe Magazine
Tell You What - Great NZ Non-Fiction 2015
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Friendliness and a can-do attitude top a list of traits that New Zealanders think reflect our national identity.
Rooted in New Zealand: An interview with Sam Neill
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