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Alice Addison completed a Master of Arts in Scriptwriting at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School in 1999. She has written short films including Left Lane Ends and Grace, and for the television mini-series RAN.

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The Principal 2015 series - publisher film/TV

'The Principal is a story of intrigue and personal identity set against the backdrop of a boys high school in turmoil in South West Sydney.

'Matt Bashir, history teacher and former Deputy at a prestigious girls’ school, is swiftly promoted to the position of Principal of Boxdale Boys High. Boxdale is a troubled school with a history of conflict and Matt is determined to turn it around but his attempts at reform are met with scepticism and in some quarters, hostility from his beleaguered colleagues. But just when it seems he is making progress, a 17-year-old student is found dead on the school grounds.'

Source: Production company's blurb.

2016 shortlisted New South Wales Premier's Literary Awards Multicultural NSW For episode one.
2015 shortlisted Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards Best Telefeature or Mini Series
2015 shortlisted AWGIE Awards Television Mini-Series - Original
Devil's Playground 2014 series - publisher film/TV '1988. Thirty-five years after Fred Schepisi's film The Devil's Playground, Tom Allen, now a psychiatrist, becomes a secular confessor to the Catholic clergy, and is soon embroiled in political and theological intrigue.' (Source: Screen Australia)
2014 winner Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards Best Telefeature or Mini Series
2014 shortlisted AWGIE Awards Television Mini-Series - Original
1808 Sarah 2011 single work film/TV children's

'Sarah, though still a child, works as a servant for the cold and demanding Mrs Owen. As if being bossed around by the lady of the house isn't bad enough, Sarah has to deal with Mrs Owen's sly and sickly daughter, Alice. Alice is as mean as her mother and twice as cunning. She sets out to make Sarah's life a misery, always trying to get her into trouble. But the two girls have more in common than they realise. They are both prisoners — Sarah to an impossible workload, Alice to a life-threatening illness. A truce of sorts, arising from a shared love of mischief, could lead to a lasting friendship between the two girls, but how much time do they really have? '

(Australian Television Information Archive record)

2011 nominated AWGIE Awards Children's Award Children's Television: C Classification
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