1980

AFTRS Alumni Impact
HIGHLIGHTING AFTRS ALUMNI IN 1980:

 

  • Big Toys, directed by CHRIS THOMSON
  • Blood Money, directed by CHRIS FITCHETT
  • Breaker Morant, directed by BRUCE BERESFORD
  • The Chain Reaction (aka Nuclear Run, The Man at the Edge of the Freeway) directed by IAN BARRY
  • The Club, directed by BRUCE BERESFORD
  • Cornflakes For Tea, directed by JOHN COLQUHOUN
  • Dead Man's Float, (aka Smugglers Cove) directed by PETER MAXWELL
  • The Earthling, directed by PETER COLLINSON
  • Fatty Finn directed by MAURICE MURPHY
  • Final Cut, directed by ROSS DIMSEY
  • Hard Knocks, directed by DON MCLENNAN
  • Harlequin (aka Dark Forces) directed by SIMON WINCER
  • House Opening directed by JUDITH MACDOUGALL
  • Lady Stay Dead directed by TERRY BOURKE
  • The Leith Ratten Case directed by TRISTRAM MIALL
  • Manganinnie directed by JOHN HONEY
  • Maybe This Time directed by CHRIS MCGILL
  • Mystery Island directed by GENE W. SCOTT
  • Nightmares directed by JOHN D. LAMOND
  • Palm Beach, directed by ALBIE THOMS
  • Stir (aka The Promoting of Mr Smith), directed by STEPHEN WALLACE
  • Touch and Go (aka Friday the Thirteenth), directed by PETER MAXWELL
  • Wronsky, directed by IAN PRINGLE, RAY ARGALL [cinematographer], JOHN CRUTHERS [sound recordist]


Legend:
AFTRS Alumni highlighted in red for key creative roles. 


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*This is an ongoing and dynamic list and we recognise there may be omissions in the information collected. We welcome contributions from AFTRS alumni that will add to or correct what we have compiled here. Send updates to alumni@aftrs.edu.au.

Acknowledgement

The Australian Film Television Radio and School would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Bidjigal people and Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, on whose land we meet, work, study and teach. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and extend our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from all nations of this land.