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Jub Clerc Jub Clerc i(A113084 works by) (a.k.a. Suzanne Jub Clerc)
Gender: Female
Heritage: Aboriginal ; Aboriginal Nyulnyul / Nyul Nyul ; Aboriginal Yawuru
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Jub Clerc is a writer, director and actor, and a Nyun Nyul/Yawur woman from the Kimberley.. A graduate from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (1997) Jub has been involved with the arts mainly through theatre. After writing and directing her first film Storytime the experience encouraged her to focus attention on further developing film making as her first craft of choice. She has also worked as a director and writer on Deadly Yarns 2, a joint initiative between ABC television, ScreenWest and the Film and Television Institute of Western Australia.

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  • Author's Note: I am a Nyun Nyul/Yawur woman from the Kimberley.

Awards for Works

The Fever and the Fret 2018 single work drama

'Lizzy and her grandparents have endured, suffered, and even celebrated loss for decades - but now unseen events are tearing their world apart. A beautiful ode to love and memory, The Fever and the Fret is one family’s tale of resilience as they reconcile small town life with a new, ever-changing world.'

Source: National Playwrighting Festival program.

2017 winner Australian Centre Literary Awards The Kate Challis RAKA Award
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