Mindia Esadze is a highly-regarded cinematographer whose body of work also includes 2017 APSA nominee, Dedé. Born in Tbilisi, Georgia, he shot Mohsen Makhmalbaf’s The…
Warwick Thornton gained international recognition when his feature film debut Samson and Delilah (2009), which he wrote, directed and shot, won the Cannes Film Festival’s Caméra d’Or and an APSA for Best Feature Film. The Darkside (2013) was his third film to premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival following short films Green Bush (2006) and Nana (2008). Thornton contributed to APSA Best Feature Film nominee The Turning (2013) and Words With Gods (2014), which premiered at the 2014 Venice International Film Festival. His work as Director of Photography also includes hit musical The Sapphires (2012). Warwick recently completed the feature documentary We Don’t Need A Map (2017), which opened Australia’s Sydney Film Festival.
Dylan River is a filmmaker from Alice Springs, Australia, and the son of Warwick Thornton. His debut documentary Buckskin (2013) won the Documentary Prize at the 60th Sydney Film Festival and was selected for the Adelaide Film Festival & numerous international film festivals. Dylan’s first short film Nulla Nulla (2015) premiered at the Berlin International Short Film Festival in 2015, followed by a selection for the Toronto International Film Festival and later won the AACTA Award for Best Short Fiction Film. Dylan is a sought-after cinematographer, working across shorts, documentaries, feature films and advertising.
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