Posted Sunday 24 Apr 2016
Long-time WIFT member Michele Fantl has just had her ScreenTalk interview uploaded at the NZ on Screen site. You can find it here.
In the interview, Michele speaks about:
� The difficult yet rewarding process of producing short film Twilight of the Gods
� Filming on Rangitoto Island for her first long-form drama, One of Them!
� Getting Rena Owen on board for Garth Maxwell's When Love Comes
� Dealing with negative reactions to the film in New Zealand
� Loving the process of producing Peter Wells' biographical film Pansy
� The challenge of working with a child actor on 50 Ways of Saying Fabulous
� Feeling that TV series Rude Awakenings got caught up in a game of executive musical chairs
� Snaring Keisha Castle-Hughes for adoption tale Piece of My Heart
� The joys of having a bigger budget for Katherine Mansfield telefilm Bliss
� Her awe at what director Welby Ings brought to short film Munted
� How being a producer means you're always looking forward