The Making of 'Sunday'

Australia, 1975

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The process of making a feature film, in this case, the South Australian Film Corporation’s award-winning first feature film “Sunday Too Far Away”, is the subject of this film. The problems and joys of film-making are revealed through interviews with director Ken Hannan and star Jack Thompson. The staging of a car crash is among the aspects of film-making included in this film.

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director

Edwin Scragg

production company

Scope Films

South Australian Film Corporation

Duration

00:25:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1975

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