James Napier (actor) - Recent Work

Recent Work

James wrote and directed I'm Not Harry Jenson, with long time friends Tom Hern and Edward Sampson both taking roles as producers on the film. The film was accepted into the 2009 New Zealand International Film Festival and received post-production funding from the New Zealand Film Commission. I'm Not Harry Jenson was nominated for Best Picture at the 2009 AFTA Awards (New Zealand Film and TV Awards), and was picked up by Rialto Distribution for a New Zealand-wide theatrical release January–March 2010 to strong reviews.

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