Weta general manager Tim Launder
Tue, 27 Nov 2012 7:00p.m.
The general manager of Weta is Tim Launder.
John Campbell caught up with Mr Launder at the Weta Cave to talk about the company, the team and all the work that went into making The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
Also, knowing how much Campbell Live reporters Lachlan and Tristram like dressing up (or at least how much the boss loves forcing them to dress up), Campbell Live sent them to Matamata dressed as Gandalf and Bilbo.
Watch the video for the full interview and report.
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30/11/2012 9:19:19 a.m.
Interesting that the focus is on clothing when clearly the safety culture needs to be addressed. In such a sort video there are a number of shots showing incorrect use of scaffolding. Climbing up the outside of a scaffold and standing on hand rails would pose more risks than builders showing some leg.
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