A memoir by Keith Hawke

 

Accountant - Let us do the mathA rollicking account of a Kiwi who spent 25 years making films at the highest levels in Asia and round the world. It features the reality of corruption, the attraction of rogues and the wild roller-coaster thrill of making films in foreign countries.

From an inauspicious debut locked briefly in a prison cell he went on to film a climbing expedition in the Himalayas, a circus in Burma and a slightly blue feature film. He travelled the globe for some of the biggest multinational companies, filmed prime ministers and world leaders and did business with some very dodgy and colourful characters.

 

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Over 300 pages

 

16 pages of colour photos

 


 

"Film making is at once a demanding and a stimulating mistress. It has taken me around the world and into the reality of corruption, the attraction of rogues and the wild rollercoaster thrill of making films in foreign countries."

-- Keith Hawke