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Beck Cole Beck Cole i(A107513 works by)
Born: Established: Alice Springs, Southern Northern Territory, Northern Territory, ;
Gender: Female
Heritage: Aboriginal ; Aboriginal Yawuru ; Aboriginal Warumungu
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BiographyHistory

Beck Cole, scriptwriter and filmaker is from the Yawuru/Djarbera-Djabera. She was selected as part of a group in 2007 to participate in a project by the Australian Film Commission (AFC) that was designed to nurture and assist the talents of upcoming Indigenous filmmakers. The project was designed to give the chosen individuals the opportunity to develop their first feature film with the assistance of respected directors and producers such as Phillip Noyce, Zachary Skiar and Ray Lawrence.

Most Referenced Works

Awards for Works

form y separately published work icon Finding Home Victoria : Ned Lander Media Australian Children's Television Foundation , 2020 20269823 2020 single work film/TV children's
2020 nominated AWGIE Awards Children's Award P Classification
form y separately published work icon Lucky Undies ( dir. Tony Thorne ) Victoria : Ned Lander Media Australian Children's Television Foundation , 2017 14123577 2017 single work film/TV children's
2018 nominated AWGIE Awards Television Award 'P' Classification
form y separately published work icon Little J and Big Cuz ( dir. Tony Thorne ) Victoria : Ned Lander Media Australian Children's Television Foundation , 2017-2019 10444886 2017 series - publisher film/TV children's

'Little J is five and has just started kindergarten year at school. He lives with his grandmother (Nanna), his girl cousin (Big Cuz) who is nine, and their dog (Old Dog) who is also the story narrator. LITTLE J & BIG CUZ follows the family's adventures and is told primarily from the point of view of Little J.'

Source: Screen Australia.

2020 nominated Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards Best Children's Television Series
2018 inaugural winner The Screen Diversity and Inclusion Network Award
2018 winner Logie Awards Most Outstanding Children's Program
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