5.2.3 Hanno Huth


Filmography as Producer:

Stalingrad (1993)
Schneider - Jagd auf Nihil Baxter (1994) [TV]
Heavenly Creatures (1994) (executive)
Felidae (1994)

5.2.4 Frances Walsh

[Mir,aa,MDB] Frances Walsh (Co-screenwriter) has collaborated on two other Peter Jackson pictures, "Dead Alive" and "Meet the Feebles," in addition to the current "Heavenly Creatures," Walsh's screenwriting credits include several episodes of the New Zealand television series, "Worzel Gummidge Down Under," as well as the New Zealand period television drama, "A Woman of Good Character." She is currently writing "Braindead, The Musical," a splatter fest for the stage, and a new feature film script for Miramax Films.

Born in Wellington, Walsh's interest in writing dates back to her years at primary school where she was a prolific writer. Walsh's extracurricular activities included watching a lot of 1960's television -- the independent character played by Diana Rigg on "The Avengers" [the leather jumpsuit-clad Mrs Emma Peel] became her childhood hero. During the time Walsh was a university student, she explored her musical talents by playing bass in two Wellington-based bands, "Naked Spots Dance" and the "Wallsockets".

Filmography as Writer:

Meet the Feebles (1989)
Dead Alive (1992) (aka Braindead (1992))
Heavenly Creatures (1994)

5.2.5 Alun Bollinger

[Mir,aa,MDB] Alun Bollinger (Cinematographer) is one of New Zealand's most highly respected and experienced cinematographers. Bollinger has worked with many of New Zealand's top directors including Larry Parr ("A Soldier's Tale"), John Laing ("Beyond Reasonable Doubt"), Ian Mune ("Came A Hot Friday," "The End of the Golden Weather"), Geoff Murphy ("Good-bye Pork Pie") John Reid ("Middle Age Spread"), Gaylene Preston ("Mr. Wrong"), Paul Maunder ("Song for the Return Home") and Vincent Ward ("Vigil").

Filmography as Cinematographer:

Middle Age Spread (1979)
Beyond Reasonable Doubt (1980)
Vigil (1984)
For Love Alone (1985)
Heavenly Creatures (1994)

5.2.6 Grant Major

[Mir,aa] Grant Major (Production Designer) has been involved in production design for film and television since 1977, working on such feature films as John Laing's "Other Halves," Ian Mune's "The Grasscutter," and Jane Campion's "An Angel At My Table." He has also been involved in the production design of three New Zealand Expo exhibitions -- EXPO '88 in Brisbane, Australia, TRAVELLING EXPO 1990 in New Zealand, and the NEW ZEALAND PAVILION at WORLD EXPO 1992 in Seville, Spain.

Filmography as Production Designer:

Heavenly Creatures (1994)

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