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Erica Glynn Erica Glynn i(A109217 works by)
Born: Established: Alice Springs, Southern Northern Territory, Northern Territory, ;
Gender: Female
Heritage: Aboriginal
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Erica Glynn is a Kaytej woman from Central Australia. Glynn worked at Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA) Productions before completing a three year Australian Film Television and Radio School drama direction course. She has directed a number of documentaries and short films. In 1998, Glynn was shortlisted for an AFI Award for Best Short Film.

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Awards for Works

Grace Beside Me 2018 series - publisher film/TV children's

'A rich and humorous coming of age story, GRACE BESIDE ME transports young audiences into the world of 13-year-old Fuzzy Mac and her best mate Tui Mui as they navigate life, and with help from Fuzzy's Nan and Pop, learn how to find strength and grace.'

Source: Screen Australia.

2018 shortlisted First Nations Media Awards ‌‌ Best Drama or Comedy Award
2018 nominated Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards Best Children's Television Series
2018 nominated Logie Awards Most Outstanding Children's Program
Where's Aaron? 2017 single work film/TV children's
2018 winner AWGIE Awards Television Award 'P' Classification
A Walk with Words 2000 single work film/TV This is is a contemporary story about Romaine Moreton, an urban poet and performance artist.
2000 winner World of Women (WOW) Film Festival Best International Short Film At the International Film Festival, Sydney 2000.
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