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DEBORAH MAILMAN

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H IS FOR HAPPINESS (2020)
Starring Richard Roxburgh, Emma Booth, Miriam Margolyes, Joel Jackson, Deborah Mailman, Daisy Axon, Wesley Patten, Cath Moore and Ali Jayne Tognini. Directed by John Sheedy.

REVIEWS H is for Happiness - A heartwarming family tale about finding optimism in the world

THREE SUMMERS (2017)
Starring Magda Szubanski, Jacqueline McKenzie, Robert Sheehan, Rebecca Breeds, John Waters, Deborah Mailman, Kelton Pell and Michael Caton. Directed by Ben Elton.
A FEW LESS MEN (2017)
Starring Xavier Samuel, Kris Marshall, Kevin Bishop, Shane Jacobson, Ryan Corr, Deborah Mailman, Jeremy Sims, Lynette Curran, Darren Gilshenan and Sacha Horler. Directed by Mark Lamprell.

David, Tom and Graham must transport their mate’s coffin back to London after a forced plane landing strands them in the middle of the Australian bush.
ODDBALL (2015)
Starring Shane Richardson, Sarah Snook, Richard Davies, Deborah Mailman and Alan Tyduk. Directed by Stuart McDonald.

The true story about an eccentric chicken farmer who, with the help of his granddaughter, trains his mischievous dog to protect a wild penguin sanctuary from fox attacks and in the process reunites his family and saves their seaside town.

REVIEWS Oddball - Cute animals and hijinks aplenty

THE DARKSIDE (2014)
Starring Deborah Mailman, Bryan Brown, Claudia Karvan, Aaron Pedersen, Sacha Horler and Ben Quilty. Directed by Warwick Thornton.

Aboriginal people live on the threshold of two worlds – one of everyday reality and the other of spirits, demons and entities. They can live an ordinary life with dead ancestors and demons all vying for space. Although they might seem stoic and complacent, with the clash of these two worlds the reality is we should all be scared shitless.
MENTAL (2012)
Starring Liev Schreiber, Toni Collette, Caroline Goodall, Anthony Lapaglia, Kerry Fox, Rebecca Gibney, Lily Sullivan, Deborah Mailman, Natasha Bassett and Sam Clark. Directed by P.j. Hogan.

REVIEWS Mental - The hills are alive with mental instability

THE SAPPHIRES (2012)
Starring Chris O'Dowd, Deborah Mailman, Jessica Mauboy, Shari Sebbens and Miranda Tapsell. Directed by Wayne Blair.

REVIEWS The Sapphires - Great story, great music but lacks guts

RABBIT-PROOF FENCE (2002)
Starring Everlyn Sampi, Tianna Sansbury, Laura Monaghan, David Gulpilil, Ningali Lawford, Myarn Lawford, Deborah Mailman, Jason Clarke, Kenneth Branagh and Natasha Wanganeen. Directed by Phillip Noyce.
2067
Starring Kodi Smit-Mcphee, Ryan Kwanten, Leeanna Walsman, Deborah Mailman, Matt Testro, Damian Walshe-Howling, Aaron Glenane, Sana'a Shaik and Finn Little. Directed by Seth Larney.

47 years from now, the earth has been ravaged by climate change and people are forced to live on artificial oxygen. Humanity's only solution is to build a quantum time machine to contact the future for answers from our descendants. A response sends Ethan, a reclusive utility worker, barrelling into the future as the only hope for his species. He is thrust into a terrifying new world that threatens his mission to save his dying wife.

REVIEWS 2067 - Muddled sci-fi with an ecological conscience

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