The local film cleaned up at the Australian film and TV industry’s night of nights
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Filmmaker Fred Schepisi and actor David Wenham received Australian Screen Legend Awards at CinefestOZ 2011
When David Wenham was offered the role of the police sergeant Jock Crawford in the miniseries ‘Wake in Fright’ he initially recoiled at the idea.
Across a stellar career spanning 30 years, David Wenham had long wanted to make an experimental, improvisational film in which the story unfolds in the space of one night.
All ticket sales from The Artist’s Room will go towards a new development fund for screenwriters, to be administered by Create NSW.
Warwick Thornton’s â€˜We Donâ€™t Need A Mapâ€™ will open this yearâ€™s Sydney Film Festival, with the event also marking the documentaryâ€™s world premiere.
Also onboard is Caren Pistorius (‘Offspring’), Gary Sweet (‘House Husbands’), Alex Dimitriades (‘The Slap’), Robyn Malcolm (‘Upper Middle Bogan’), Lee Jones (‘The Bastard Executioner’), Anna Samson (‘Winners & Losers’), Hannah Frederiksen (‘Hunters’) and
AFI-winner David Wenham is one of the judges of the competition, now in its sixth year
The actor will be a guest of the festival on Saturday, August 27
The series, starring David Wenham, will screen in Australia later this year
The Icon film was released on June 9
The Aussie/UK co-production had a solid opening weekend
The Aussie/UK co-production is released this week
The Sydney Film Festival has announced new inclusions for its 2011 juries
Oranges will open in the US while Little Sparrows heads to the UK