1991

AFTRS Alumni Impact
HIGHLIGHTING AFTRS ALUMNI IN 1991:

  • Australian Ninja, directed by ADAM RAMOS & MICHELLE FIRMSTONE
  • Aya, directed by SOLRUN HOAAS
  • Bloodlust, directed by RICHARD WOLSTENCROFT & JON HEWITT
  • Clowning Around, directed by GEORGE WHALEY
  • Dangerous Game, directed bySTEPHEN HOPKINS
  • Death in Brunswick, directed byJOHN RUANE
  • Deliver Us from Evil, directed by RICHARD WOLSTENCROFT
  • Eight Ball, directed by RAY ARGALLKERITH HOLMES [production design]
  • Fires Within*, directed by GILLIAN ARMSTRONG
  • Flirting, directed by JOHN DUIGAN
  • Golden Braid, directed by PAUL COX
  • Hunting, directed by FRANK HOWSON
  • The Long Line, directed by AARON STEVENSON
  • Mad Bomber in Love, directed by JAMES BOGLE
  • The Magic Pudding, directed by ROBERT SMIT, KARL ZWICKY
  • The Magic Riddle, directed by YORAM GROSS
  • Nirvana Street Murder, directed by ALEKSI VELLIS
  • The Presence, directed by JOHN RHALL
  • Proof, directed & written by JOCELYN MOOREHOUSE
  • Quigley (aka Quigley Down Under), directed by SIMON WINCER
  • Redheads, directed by DANNY VENDRAMINI
  • Resistance, directed by PAUL ELLIOTT HUGH KEAYS-BYRNE, JENNY DAY [producer], SALLY BONGERS [cinematographer]
  • A Slow Night at the Kuwaiti Cafe, directed by MARC GRACIE
  • Survive the Savage Sea, directed by KEVIN DOBSON
  • Sweet Talker (aka Confidence), directed by MICHAEL JENKINS
  • Waiting, directed by JACKIE MCKIMMIE
  • Weekend with Kate (aka Depth of Feeling), directed by ARCH NICHOLSON
  • A Woman’s Tale, directed by PAUL COX

Legend:

AFTRS Alumni highlighted in red for key creative roles. 
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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.