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Gender: Male
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Australian film-maker.

David Pulbrook worked as director in Australian television in the early 1970s, directing multiple episodes of Division 4, Homicide, and Matlock Police for Crawford Productions between 1971 and 1973.

Prior to this, in the late 1960s, he had worked for Crawford as a film editor, including on episodes of Hunter and Division 4; after his stint in directing, he returned to film editing, on such television series and films as Ryan, Squizzy Taylor, Eureka Stockade, Hotel Sorrento, and Brilliant Lies.

In 2012, Pulbrook returned to directing with Last Dance, starring Julia Blake and Firass Dirani. He followed this with Bad Blood in 2017.

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form y separately published work icon Last Dance ( dir. David Pulbrook ) Australia : Ulah Pty Ltd , 2012 Z1829341 2012 single work film/TV thriller

'After hearing of a terrorist bombing in her neighbourhood, live-alone holocaust survivor, Ulah Lippmann, finds herself held hostage by Sadiq Mohammed, a Muslim radical on the run after the bombing. Desperately wounded, he hides in Ulah's flat while he plans his next move. So begins a conflict that will force Ulah and Sadiq to confront their own pasts. Captive becomes captor as Ulah takes control, not turning Sadiq in, but nursing him until she discovers his dreadful secret.'

Source: Screen Australia. (Sighted: 30/1/2014)

2012 shortlisted The Age Critics' Award for Best Australian Feature
2012 nominated AWGIE Awards Film Award Original
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