Ac­tors give re­gion a plug

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Red Dog’s role as the Pil­bara’s tourism sym­bol con­tin­ues with a spe­cial fea­turette pro­duced for the film Red Dog: True Blue’s DVD re­lease pro­mot­ing the re­gion’s land­scapes.

In­ter­views with ac­tors and pro­duc­tion crew pro­vide an in­sight into what the cast and crew mem­bers dis­cov­ered while liv­ing in the Pil­bara dur­ing pro­duc­tion.

In the fea­turette, film di­rec­tor Kriv Sten­ders de­scribed the Pil­bara as strik­ing, cin­e­matic, and evoca­tive.

Ac­tor Bryan Brown said he was cap­tured by the re­gion’s land­scape.

“I don’t know whether it’s ro­man­tic or myth­i­cal or what it is, but it’s very beau­ti­ful,” he said.

The film crew vis­ited Mill­stream-Chich­ester Na­tional Park, Roe­bourne and Point Sam­son, as well as beaches and cafes, while film­ing in 2015.

They also at­tended a Bal­let on the Beach per­for­mance, joined an Abo­rig­i­nal rock art tour with Ngur­rangga Tours and ex­plored the Dampier Ar­chi­pel­ago with Dis­cov­ery Sail­ing.

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