|Directed by||Pamela Gibbons|
|Produced by||Bedrich Kabriel|
|Written by||Pamela Gibbons|
|Music by||Les Gock|
|Edited by||David Huggett|
Belinda is a 1988 Australian film directed by Pamela Gibbons which stars Deanne Jeffs in the title role. The film was also known as Midnight Dancer.
Sixteen-year-old Australian girl Belinda (Deanne Jeffs) wants to become a ballerina. To makes ends meet, she takes a job as an exotic dancer in a Sydney cabaret. Eventually, she is able to reach her goal, but not before experiencing humanity at best and worst of times.
- Deanne Jeffs as Belinda
- Mary Regan as Crystal
- Kaarin Fairfax as Sandra
- Nicos Lathouris as Benny
- Hazel Phillips as Doreen
- John Jarratt as Graeme
- Elizabeth Lord as Mandy
- Gerda Nicholson as Belinda's Mother
- Alan Cassell as Belinda's Father
- Tim Burns as Jamie
The movie was autobiographical for Pamela Gibbons. It was shot in Sydney August to October 1986.
|Australian Film Institute||Best Achievement in Cinematography||Nominated|
|Best Achievement in Sound||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actress||Kaarin Fairfax||Nominated|
|Best Original Screenplay||Nominated|
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