Emily Browning
(Movies & TV)
Willem Dafoe
(Movies & TV)
Sam Neill
(Movies & TV)
Toni Morrison
Mia Wasikowska
(Movies & TV)

See also

Julia Leigh

Knowledge Identifier: +Julia_Leigh


Julia Leigh

Australian novelist, film director and screenwriter add

Category: Literature

Born in 1970.

Countries: Australia (50%), United States (33%), New Zealand (17%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Sleeping Beauty (2011 film), Emily Browning, Willem Dafoe

Linked to: The Australian, Category:Sydney Law School alumni, University of Sydney, University of Adelaide




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Julia Leigh was born in 1970 add something


"The Hunter" was adapted into a 2011 feature film starring Willem Dafoe, Sam Neill and Frances O'Connor add something


In 2002, Julia Leigh was selected as a protégé by mentor Toni Morrison as part of the Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative, an international philanthropic programme that pairs masters in their disciplines with emerging talents for a year of one-to-one creative exchange add something


In 2009, Julia Leigh was awarded a PhD in English from the University of Adelaide add something


She made her directorial debut with this screenplay in 2011 "Sleeping Beauty" starring Emily Browning add something


Sleeping Beauty (2011 film) - The "New Statesman" subsequently *awarded Julia Leigh a 2011 Cultural Capital *award for Best Newcomer Director


Mia Wasikowska - '" Her work on the film resulted in a scheduling conflict that forced her to withdraw from the lead in Julia Leigh's 2011 Australian independent film "Sleeping Beauty", and she was replaced by Emily Browning


Sleeping Beauty (2011 film) - "'Sleeping Beauty"' is a 2011 Australian drama film that was written and directed by Julia Leigh


Sleeping Beauty (2011 film) - In May 2012, on the anniversary of her Cannes debut, Julia Leigh received the top *award of the Australian Directors' Guild, Best Direction in a Feature Film


Julia Leigh was awarded the Peter Blazey Fellowship from the University of Melbourne in 2015 for development work on "Avalanche" add something


In 2016, she published an autobiographical work "Avalanche" about her own experiences with in-vitro fertilisation add something