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'Tasmania will be the setting of the follow-up film by Australian director Jennifer Kent after her debut success with The Babadook.The 2014 film, which starred Tasmanian Essie Davis, won critical ­acclaim. Nightingale will be the biggest feature film wholly shot in the state and is expected to earn more than ­$3.6 million.Arts Minister Vanessa Goodwin said the State Government would give $200,000 towards the project. ...'

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    y separately published work icon The Mercury 31 May 2016 9599089 2016 newspaper issue 2016 pg. 9
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