Sir Peter honoured as ‘Arts Icon’
According to the Oxford English Dictionary an ‘icon’ is a person regarded as “a representative symbol” or “worthy of veneration”.
It’s a definition – according to the Arts Foundation – fitting for Sir Peter Jackson.
He’s famed for his cameos on the big screen, but Sir Peter admits the last place he’s comfortable is on camera – or receiving an Arts Icon award.
“I always imagine artists to be those people who work alone, by themselves, producing amazing things and I guess I always feel a little bit of a cheat because I work with such a big team of people.”
Read the full article and watch the video here [3 News]Posted in Director news, Peter Jackson on June 24, 2011 by linuxelf Source: 3News.co.nz