1981

AFTRS Alumni Impact
HIGHLIGHTING AFTRS ALUMNI IN 1981:

 

  • Against the Grain: More Meat Than Wheat, directed by TIM BURNS
  • Bread and Dripping, directed by WIMMINS FILM COLLECTIVE
  • Centrespread, directed by TONY PATERSON
  • Strange Behaviour (aka Dead Kids), directed by MICHAEL LAUGHLIN
  • Deadline, directed by ARCH NICHOLSON
  • Doctors and Nurses: A Story of Hopes, directed by MAURICE MURPHY
  • Flesh on Glass, directed by ANN TURNER
  • Gallipoli, directed by PETER WEIR
  • Grendel, Grendel, Grendel directed by ALEXANDER STITT
  • Hoodwink, directed by CLAUDE WHATHAM
  • The Killing of Angel Street, directed by DONALD CROMBIE
  • Mad Max 2, (aka The Road Warrior) directed by DR. GEORGE MILLER
  • Mallacoota Stampede, directed by PETER TAMMER
  • Now And Then, directed by MARK TURNBILL
  • Pacific Banana, directed by JOHN D. LAMOND
  • Personal History Of Australian Surf, directed by MICHAEL BLAKEMORE
  • Puberty Blues, directed by BRUCE BERESFORD
  • Race for the Yankee Zephyr (aka Race for the Yankee Zephyr), directed by DAVID HEMMINGS
  • Roadgames, directed by RICHARD FRANKLIN
  • Save the Lady, directed by LEON THAU
  • The Second Journey (to Uluru), directed by ARTHUR CANTRILL & CORINNE CANTRILL
  • The Survivor, directed by DAVID HEMMINGS
  • Winter of our Dreams, directed by JOHN DUIGAN
  • Wrong Side of the Road, directed by NED LANDER


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.