Films

The Last Race

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A moving and powerful film that follows a group of people all facing their own death, or the certain, imminent death of their nearest and dearest.
TV-Drama_produced by Anita Belgiorno Nettis and Tristram Miall_directed by Jeremy Cumpston.
Winner of the 2012 ATOM AWARDS for Best Fiction Short
“I was moved to tears …beautifully done on all levels. It really packed a punch” – Hugh Jackman
“This beautifully crafted film reminded us once again how vital this sensitive issue is.” Andrew Upton & Cate Blanchett
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Whitlam ‘The Power and the Passion’

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The extraordinary story of the hard-fought rise & dramatic fall of a visionary Australian prime minister during one of the country’s most turbulent eras, with its scandals and political deaths, dizzying highs and terrible lows. Prime Minister Gough Whitlam – heroic to some, flawed to others – his changes still echo across the land.  
2-part, 120min. documentary produced by Penny Robins and directed by Paul Clarke through Beyond Screen Production, Bombora Films and Screen Australia.
Winner of the 2014 IPAF Atom Awards for Best Factual TV Series
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The Sky Is Always Beautiful

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A taxi-driver’s sordid encounter and a concerned schoolgirl’s goodwill break the monotony of the everyday.  
Short Drama directed by Jeremy Cumpston.
Winner ACS Gold Award for Cinematography

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Opposable Thumbs

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Selfishness is at the heart of us all.
TV -Pilot directed by Nick Baldas and Michael Plumb

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Wide Open Road

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3-Part ABC documentary series examining Australia’s Love affair with cars. A story that goes well beyond Holden vs. Ford.   “A  Nation of Rev Heads and Car Lovers!”
Directed by Paul Clarke
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Mirror Mirror

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Goodbyes are never easy… a Short Film by John Winter
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