Brother Number One: Annie Goldson interview

By David Larsen In Film, Romeo Must Not Live

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8th July, 2011
This would be a banner year for New Zealand documentary film making if the only film released were Errol Wright and Abi King-Jones's Operation 8. I did not expect to discover a second documentary just as strong only a few months after that one's release, but here it is: I emailed Annie Goldson some questions about Brother Number One, which premieres at the New Zealand International Film Festival on July 24. How did you come to make this film? That's a very broad question I realise; I'm interested ...

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