Untitled Roger Donaldson Documentary
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Roger Donaldson, Director: The World's Fastest Indian. Roger Donaldson was born on November 15, 1945 in Ballarat, Australia. He is a director and producer, known for The World's Fastest Indian (2005), Species (1995) and Cocktail (1988). He is married to Marliese …
24/05/2017 · Interviews include director Roger Dondaldson, producers Matthew Metcalfe & Fraser Brown, Mark Blundell, Steve Rider, Amanda McLaren and Pink Floyd star Nick Mason. Check out our other videos for ...
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MP 191: Roger Donaldson, McLaren Documentary Director By Marshall Pruett. Roger Donaldson, director of the exemplary documentary McLaren, visits the Marshall Pruett Podcast to share his approach and choices on how to portray and honor New Zealand's great race car driver and championship-winning constructor.
McLaren - Bruce McLaren was one of the icons of motor racing in the sport's 60s ‘golden age’ – he won four Grand Prix, and joined fellow Kiwi Chris Amon to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The McLaren team he founded became one of the most successful in Formula One. In this documentary, director Roger Donaldson returns to the tarmac where he ...
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Reminiscent in some ways of Roger Donaldson’s 1971 documentary of Burt Munro, Offerings to the God of Speed — which Donaldson later brought to the big screen as the feature film World’s Fastest Indian— this story features likeable heroes achieving unlikely greatness against very long odds.