1983

AFTRS Alumni Impact
HIGHLIGHTING AFTRS ALUMNI IN 1983:

  • Abra Cadabra, directed by ALEXANDER STITT
  • At Last ... Bulmakanka The Motion Picture, directed by SIMON HEATH
  • BMX Bandits, directed by BRIAN TRENCHARD-SMITH
  • Buddies, directed by ARCH NICHOLSON
  • Bush Christmas, HENRI SAFRAN
  • Careful He Might Hear You, directed by CARL SCHULTZ
  • The City's Edge (aka The Running Man, Edge of the City), directed by KEN QUINNELL
  • The Clinic, directed by DAVID STEVENS
  • Dot and the Bunny, directed by YORAM GROSS
  • Dot and the Koala, directed by YORAM GROSS
  • Double Deal, directed by BRIAN KAVANAGH
  • Dusty, directed by JOHN RICHARDON
  • Fighting Back, directed by MICHAEL CAULFIELD
  • Going Down, directed by HAYDN KEENAN
  • Goodbye Paradise, directed by CARL SCHULTZ, DENNY LAWRENCE [writer]
  • Hostage: The Christine Maresch Story, directed by FRANK SHIELDS
  • Innocent Prey, directed by COLIN EGGLESTON
  • Kitty and the Bagman, directed by DON CROMBIE
  • Lizzie (aka A Woman of Good Character), directed by DAVID BLYTH
  • Man of Flowers, directed by PAUL COX
  • Midnite Spares, directed by QUENTIN MASTERS
  • Molly, directed by NED LANDER
  • Moving Out, directed by MICHAEL PATTINSON
  • Now and Forever, directed by ADRIAN CARR
  • On Guard, directed by SARAH GIBSON & SUSAN LAMBERT, LAURIE MCINNES [cinematographer]
  • Passage, directed by ARTHUR CANTRILL & CORINNE CANTRILL
  • The Phantom Treehouse, directed by PAUL WILLIAMS
  • Phar Lap, directed by SIMON WINCER
  • The Return of Captain Invincible, directed by PHILIPPE MORA
  • Sarah: The Seventh Match, directed by YORAM GROSS
  • Undercover, directed by DAVID STEVENS
  • Who Killed Baby Azaria (aka The Dingo Baby Case) directed by MICHAEL THORNHILL


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.