have uploaded a video clip, to their official The Tribe YouTube
channel, it features Laura Wilson
(The Tribe’s May) and Danny James
(Martin/Zoot in The Tribe) getting it on! Check it out:
Though the video purports to be a Zay video (a possible Zoot & May relationship scene) I believe it is actually from an educational video called Choice.
Laura played the part of Shelly in the educational film (ref: Atlantis High interview), it was filmed by Little White Cloud Productions a subdivision of Cloud 9.
According to this article Little White Cloud was started up by Cloud 9 in 2000, so Choice was filmed around the same time that The Tribe series 2 was filmed and led to Laura Wilson landing the role of May in The Tribe.
The filming of it, the style, fits so well with the pre-Tribe episodes of series 2 it could easily fit into The Tribe story arc, except of course Martin wasn’t a player, he only had eyes for one girl, Trudy… You know the story by now!
(The Tribe’s Java) was interviewed by Kelly Bertrand, with her husband Pita, for NZ’s Woman’s Weekly magazine
The Alatini’s (minus Tonica) have been living in Japan for 8 years and in the interview talk about their decision to return back home to New Zealand.
A couple of lovely photos accompany the interview, read it in full by clicking here.
and Sally Martin
are the current Tribe cast alumni who appear in New Zealand’s medical soap drama Shortland Street
. Check out their pics from the Shortland Street 2012 cast photoshoot!
With thanks to South Pacific Pictures for the media. The larger group picture was cropped to show both Beth Allen and Sally Martin, as the full size pic was too huge!
News from the awesome AntoniaPrebble.com
. Antonia will be starring in a new TV3 series called The Blue Rose
– an investigative drama series by the creators of Outrageous Fortune.
The press release for the series is below… Continue reading…
Former Shortland Street stars Fleur Saville (Ruby in The Tribe 5) and Harry McNaughton spoke to Woman’s Weekly magazine about their friendship and their time spent seeking work in the USA following their departure from Shortland Street.
In the interview Fleur talks about working behind the camera and producing:
Fleur recently took a turn on the other side of the camera, producing a film. “It has been an incredible experience, working over there with American crews,” she says. She says it really helps to have someone who knows her so well close at hand. “It’s good to have a sounding board with someone who knows you, who’s going through the same experiences. It’s a sensory overload in LA. Nothing is easy.”
You can read the interview in full online at NZ Woman’s Weekly.
Fleur Saville also returned to the Shortland Street, playing Libby Jeffries, as part of the shows recent 20th birthday celebration.