Australian director Rolf de Heer also writes and produces the films he directs. Works include Ten Canoes (2009) (Jury Prize, Un Certain Regard, Cannes Film Festival and Australia’s Best Foreign Language Academy Award nomination), Dance Me To My Song (1998) and The Quiet Room (1996) (both in Official Competition, Cannes Film Festival), Alexandra’s Project (2003) (Competition, Berlin Film Festival), The Tracker (2002) (Competition, Venice Film Festival), The Old Man Who Read Love Stories (2001) and Bad Boy Bubby (1993) (Special Jury Prize and four other prizes, Venice Film Festival). His film Charlie’s Country, the third of his collaborations with renowned indigenous actor David Gulpilil, won Best Actor in Un Certain Regard at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival and was also Australia’s nomination for Best Foreign Language Film at the Academy Awards.

Films

Charlie’s Country
2014

Charlie’s Country

Australia
2014

Charlie’s Country

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Another Country
2015

Another Country

Australia
2015

Another Country

The legendary Australian Aboriginal actor David Gulpilil tells the tale of ‘Another Country’, when his people’s thousands-of-years-old way of life was interrupted by a new…

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