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End of Town. Julius Avery. 2005. Drama.

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Format: Digital Video / Sound: Stereo / Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Advisory Warning: Strong Language Producer: Simon Myers Associate Producers: Ken Connor, Jo...

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Format: Digital Video / Sound: Stereo / Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Advisory Warning: Strong Language
Producer: Simon Myers
Associate Producers: Ken Connor, Joe Connor
Cinematographer: Adam Arkapaw
Notable Cast: Kodi Smit McPhee, Natasha Cunningham, Simone Buchanan

'End of Town' is the story of a girl who wants out of her small country town. Tired of her mother and looking after her younger brother, she decides that enough is enough.

The film screened successfully at Australian and International Film Festivals, including: Palm Springs, Melbourne International Film Festival and won the Australian Directors Guild Award (2007) and the Australian Cinematographers Society Victoria Award (2007). ‘End of Town’ helped launch Avery’s career, who is now working in Hollywood, along with fellow classmate and now Emmy award winning cinematographer, Adam Arkapaw.

‘End of Town’ was Avery’s graduate short film, made whilst he was studying at VCA Film and Television, which is now part of The University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Fine Arts and Music.

This film is released as part of the VCA Film and Television Digital Archive Project, a living audio-visual record of student short films that date back to 1966. The films in the collection display cultural, historical, social and aesthetic significance. They are part of a widespread research, pedagogy and engagement digital archive project aimed at preserving and showcasing this important part of our Australian moving image history.

To read an article that discusses this film visit:

To find out more about the filmmaker visit:
https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1295608/
http://www.cilect.org/profiles/staff_view/1006#.XEAJpFwzYwE

Digitiser: VCA Film and Television (from Digital Betacam).

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