by Andre Chumko — 29.5.2021
Birds at Zealandia, the view of Pōneke when flying into the city, the hills, waiata on Monday mornings at work – Annabelle Sheehan’s list of what she will miss about New Zealand is simple.
“I just kind of felt like it’s time to go back home,” the outgoing Film Commission chief executive says through tears in her tidy office.
Over the past three-and-a-half years, Sheehan has been at the helm of the agency that supports what’s been described as Aotearoa’s next primary industry, contracted and recovered from the coronavirus, and has been receiving treatment for breast cancer.
She announced her departure from the commission earlier this year to return to Sydney, her home city.
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