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Mar 15, 2011

First Gatsby, now Miller … how American stories win Aussie film funds

How Australian is Arthur Miller's 1955 classic A View From The Bridge? A new Australian film production is testing definitions and sparking renewed debate on funding, writes Grace Jennings-Edquist.

How Australian is Arthur Miller’s 1955 classic A View From The Bridge? A new Australian film production is testing the definitions and sparking renewed debate on local production funding.

Melbourne studios and locations will be transformed into 1950s New York in the new film adaptation from UK-based Aussie producer Marion Pilowsky, LA-based producer Natalie Stevenson and Australian-born actor Anthony LaPaglia.

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  1. jocelynne scutt

    gee! so those ‘in charge’ at film australia think australian films relate to/involve ‘kangaroos and koalas’ only. how limiting is that. could we please have some vision (vision – what’s that!) at the australian (sic) film funding body …

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