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Directed and produced by Catherine Gough-Brady
Andrew Bovell combines a deep understanding of patterns with intelligence and sensitivity to produce some of the most haunting Australian plays and films. He is best known for the series which culminated in the film Lantana. In Holy Day he explores our relationship with land and history, and in the award-winning When the Rain Stops Falling he traces four generations against a backdrop of environmental damage and change.
Each copy of the film includes a free study guide.
This 2 DVD set contains:
· A 34-minute filmed interview
· Ten ‘lesson-starter’ short films
· Teachers' notes
· Easy-to-use menus
Andrew Bovell discusses the development of his ideas and themes, characters, dramaturgy, social and historical context, his inspirational sources and tips for young writers.
Running Time: 111 minutes
[main film: 34 mins]
The main film includes highlights from the lesson-starter films.
Adjusting Patterns: The Plays of Andrew Bovell
Ideas to Script
Script to Stage
Scenes from a Separation
When the Rain Stops Falling
Who’s Afraid of the Working Class?
PLEASE NOTE: This DVD is protected by copyright - all rights reserved. It is illegal to purchase these products at the personal use price and use them as an educational resource. If you are buying for use in a school or university, please use the appropriate buyer types. Due to contractual restrictions we are only able to supply this title to the territories of Australia and New Zealand.
- Australia and New Zealand only
- 111 minutes
- Ronin Films