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Cate Blanchett
(Movies & TV)
Phillip Noyce
(Movies & TV)
Jocelyn Moorhouse
(Literature)
Ralph Fiennes
(Movies & TV)
Trini Alvarado
(Movies & TV)
Winona Ryder
(Movies & TV)
Claudia Karvan
(Movies & TV)
 

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Gillian Armstrong

Knowledge Identifier: +Gillian_Armstrong

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Gillian Armstrong

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Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1950.

Countries: Australia (42%), United Kingdom (25%), United States (17%)

Main connections: Cate Blanchett, Phillip Noyce, Jocelyn Moorhouse

Linked to: The New York Times, Australian Film Institute Awards, Australian Film Television and Radio School, Australian Film and Television School

 

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Gillian Armstrong was born in 1950 add something


1968

After graduating from her four years at art school in 1968, Armstrong was set on pursuing a career in film add something


1972

In 1972 she entered, and later graduated from, the Australian Film Television and Radio School add something


1978

Jocelyn Moorhouse - Moorhouse did her HSC year in 1978 at Vermont High School where her mother taught art, which is the same high school that Gillian Armstrong attended a few years earlier


1982

Paul Kelly (musician) - The 1982 film, "Starstruck", was directed by Gillian Armstrong and starred Jo Kennedy

 

Phil Judd - The Swingers wrote lyrics and composed music for Gillian Armstrong's 1982 New Wave musical "Starstruck"


1987

Claudia Karvan - In 1987, she went on to appear in Phillip Noyce's "Echoes of Paradise" and appeared alongside Judy Davis in Gillian Armstrong's "High Tide" that same year


1994

Trini Alvarado - Alvarado would get the chance to work with director Gillian Armstrong again on the 1994 film adaptation of "Little Women"

 

Christian Bale - Bale was recommended by actress Winona Ryder to star in Gillian Armstrong's 1994 film "Little Women"


1997

Cate Blanchett - Her first leading role, in 1997, was as Lucinda Leplastrier, in Gillian Armstrong's production of Oscar and Lucinda, opposite Ralph Fiennes.


2001

Sebastian Faulks - In 2001 "Charlotte Gray" was made into a film starring Cate Blanchett and directed by Gillian Armstrong


2003

Armstrong discusses the making of "High Tide" in the 2003 Canadian documentary Complete Unknown co-directed by Griffin Ondaatje and Craig Proctor add something


2007

Toronto International Film Festival - It received a modest earning at the box office, and was part of a special screening at the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival add something