Spotlights: Tony Ayres

Australia, 2020

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A Portuguese Macau-born Australian showrunner, screenwriter, film and TV director, Tony Ayres is most notable for his films Walking on Water (2002) and The Home Song Stories (2007), as well his work in TV, including working as the showrunner on The Slap (2011) and teen adventure series Nowhere Boys (2013–18). Tony discusses the influence of pop culture, particularly comics.

A black and white portrait of Tony Ayres

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Australia
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2020

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ACMI Identifier

B2004327

Language

English

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The Story of the Moving Image → Moving Australia → MA-09. Spotlights

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Sound

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Black and White

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