In the four decades since Gillian Armstrong's career began, the industry has seen significant shifts – from the cinematic golden age that birthed films like Picnic at Hanging Rock and the overproduction spurred by the 10BA tax offset, to an increased reliance on co-productions and the disappearance of major global independent studios. Ella Donald speaks to this pioneering director about her films – works of vibrant human drama and comedy – that have endured despite changes in industry and society.
My Brilliant Career, Starstruck, Mrs. Soffel, Death Defying Acts, Little Women, Oscar and Lucinda.
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