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Noel Price Noel Price i(A145498 works by)
Gender: Male
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Australian television producer, director, and occasional script-writer.

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Blue Water High 2005-2008 series - publisher film/TV young adult

'Seven 15 year-old surfers have been selected from around Australia and overseas to take part in an intensive 12-month residential school program at Blue Water High. At the beachside school they join other pupils in a normal year's academic work as well as receiving special coaching in surfing. At the end of the year, two of the seven will qualify to surf the pro-circuit and win a three-year sponsorship contract. The series is a race into the finals for the wild card, a race to get through the year, and a race to grow up. The seven teens, forced to live, study and train together—at the same time become best friends and greatest competitors.'

Source: Australian Television Information Archive. (Sighted: 20/8/2013)

2007 nominated Logie Awards Most Outstanding Children's Program
2006 nominated AFI Awards Australian Film Institute Awards Best Children's Television Drama
2005 nominated AFI Awards Australian Film Institute Awards Best Children's Television Drama
Foreign Exchange 2004 single work film/TV children's adventure fantasy

A secret portal links a child in Perth, Australia, with a child in Galway, Ireland.

2004 shortlisted Western Australian Premier's Book Awards Scripts Award relates to two episodes. Epidode titles unknown.
Don't Blame the Koalas 2002 series - publisher film/TV children's

'In England a recently bereaved widow and her two children discover that they've inherited a property in Australia. With some reluctance they head to Australia to claim their inheritance only to discover that the profitable sheep station they've imagined is in fact a rather out of the way wildlife park full of Australian native animals. What's more it has human occupants as well - a distantly related trio of grandchildren who have been bequeathed lifelong rights to live on the property. As well, there's an Australian born Vietnamese animal handler who's somehow the only one who has real expertise in dealing with native Australian animals.'

Source: Screen Australia. (Sighted: 23/5/2014)

2003 nominated BAFTA Awards International Awards British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards Best International Children's
2003 nominated Australian Film Institute Awards Best Children's Television Drama
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