Julian (film)

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Julian
Directed by Matthew Moore
Produced by Matthew Moore
Robert Jago
Written by Matthew Moore
Starring Ed Oxenbould
Leon Ford
Morgana Davies
Music by Adam Sofo
Cinematography Stuart O'Rourke
Edited by Christian Barratt-Hill
Production
company
Running time
13 minutes
Country Australia
Language English

Julian is a 2012 Australian short film written and directed by Matthew Moore.

The film is set in 1981. Set in a classroom, it explores a day of a nine-year-old Julian Assange, played by a then-unknown Ed Oxenbould.[1]

Julian won a Flickerfest Special Jury Award, a Crystal Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival[2] and an AACTA Award for Best Short Fiction Film.[3] Lead actor, Ed Oxenbould, was nominated for an AACTA for Best Young Actor.[4]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Sobolewski, Helene; Iannella, Antimo (14 June 2012), "Gong for Assange short", The Advertiser 
  2. ^ Low, Claire (23 March 2012), "Tasty treats make the final cut", Canberra Times 
  3. ^ "FRIDAY, February 15", Centralian Advocate, 8 February 2013 
  4. ^ Johnson, Neala (27 January 2013), "Stars getting their acts together Blues and drama just beat school", Sunday Mail 

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