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Zelos Writer Claire J. Harris Interview - The Last New Wave

It's Zelos week on The Last New Wave as we bring the first of two interviews with the minds behind the film. In the first of the two interviews, Andrew caught up with writer Claire J. Harris to discuss how this independent film about infidelity came about and how the process to getting it made occurred. Keep an eye out for an interview with director Jo-Anne Brechin in the next day or two. 

And while you're looking out for that, also keep an eye on the Facebook page for Zelos to keep up to date as to where and when the film is screening around Australia. Head over to the Zelos website for info about the film and the crew behind the film. 

Listen to Andrew's interview with Jo-Anne Brechin here

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