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Roger Shepherd talks to Chris Knox - part 2

Roger Shepherd talks to Chris Knox - part 2

Interviews - 2009

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Chris Knox is a musician, film critic and cartoonist. His music career began with legendary Dunedin punk band The Enemy, followed by post-punk heroes Toy Love, then the Tall Dwarfs and his own solo work. Knox has appeared as a film reviewer on arts TV shows The Edge and Backch@t, and hosted the series The New Artland. He is also the man behind the long-running Max Media cartoon strip in the NZ Herald. Knox has also hosted an Intrepid Journey to India. As a singer-songwriter and music video director, Knox is known as a pioneer of lo-tech, DIY classics.

In this ScreenTalk interview, the second of a special two-part ScreenTalk, Flying Nun founder Roger Shepherd chats with Knox about his life and career. (See the first part here.) They discuss:

This video is available on YouTube for distribution via a Creative Commons licence.

Interview by Roger Shepherd, directed by Clare O’Leary. Camera and editing by Leo Guerchmann.