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Greg Waters Greg Waters i(A136471 works by)
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form y separately published work icon The Twelve ( dir. Daniel Nettheim ) Australia : Warner Brothers Easy Tiger Productions , 2022- 23923232 2022 series - publisher film/TV crime

Series 1: Twelve jurors must decide on the case of a woman accused of killing a child.

Series 2: A local landowner and respected town matriarch is found dead at the bottom of the farm's well, and two ex-lovers stand accused of her murder.

2023 winner Logie Awards Most Outstanding Drama Series
2022 nominated Logie Awards Most Popular Drama Program
2022 winner Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards Best Telefeature or Mini Series
form y separately published work icon New Gold Mountain ( dir. Peter Cox ) 2021 Australia : Goalpost Pictures , 2021 23317689 2021 series - publisher film/TV historical fiction

'1857, the charismatic headman of the Chinese mining camp struggles to maintain the fragile harmony between Chinese and European diggers when a murdered European woman is discovered to have links to the Chinese community.' (Production summary)

2022 nominated Logie Awards Most Outstanding Miniseries or Telemovie
2021 nominated Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards Best Telefeature or Mini Series
2021 winner AWGIE Awards Television Award Telemovie or Mini-series of 4 Hours or Less Duration
form y separately published work icon The Unlisted ( dir. Justine Flynn et. al. )agent Australia : Aquarius Films , 2019 15285008 2019 series - publisher film/TV children's science fiction

'Twelve-year-old identical twins Dru and Kal are just like any other Australian boys living in Sydney in their first year of high school. Their parents are second generation Indian Australians and have embraced everything the country has to offer. But after a government-sponsored dental check-up, in which Kal is seen twice so that his twin, who has a crippling fear of dentists, can avoid another fainting episode, the Australian dream starts to unravel. The boys discover that a mysterious electronic device has been inserted into Kal twice, while Dru remains device-free and, therefore, undetectable. For what sinister ends is a democratic government secretly tracking and manipulating Australia’s youth?'

Source: Screen NSW (http://www.screen.nsw.gov.au/project/the-unlisted) (Sighted: 22/11/2018)

2019 nominated Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards Best Children's Television Series
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