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Barry Barclay (I) (1944–2008)

Barry Barclay was born in 1944 in Wairarapa, New Zealand as Barry Ronald Barclay. He was a director and writer, known for Ngati (1987), Tangata Whenua (1974) and The Feathers of Peace (2000). He died on February 17, 2008 in Omapere, New Zealand. See full bio »

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Known For

Ngati
Ngati Director
(1987)
Tangata Whenua
Tangata Whenua Director
(1974)
The Feathers of Peace
(2000)
Autumn Fires
Autumn Fires Director
(1977)

Filmography

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 1991 Te Rua
 1987 Ngati
 1985 The Neglected Miracle (Documentary)
 1977 Autumn Fires
 1975 Ashes (Short)
 1975 Hunting Horns
 1975 Indira Gandhi
 1974 Tangata Whenua (TV Series) (3 episodes)
- Waikato (1974)
 1972 The Town That Lost a Miracle (Documentary)
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 2000 The Feathers of Peace (screenplay)
 1991 Te Rua
 1985 The Neglected Miracle (Documentary)
 1977 Autumn Fires
 1975 Ashes (Short)
 1974 Tangata Whenua (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Waikato (1974)
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 2009 Barry Barclay. The Camera on the Shore. (Documentary)
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Trivia:

He was awarded the M.N.Z.M. (Member of the Order of New Zealand) in the 2007 Queen's Birthday Honors List for his services to the film industry and is based in Omapere, Hokianga, New Zealand.

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