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Giula Sandler Giula Sandler i(A1680 works by)
Gender: Female
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Giula Sandler has written for film and television.

Most Referenced Works

Awards for Works

form y separately published work icon Love Me, Love Me Not ( dir. Beck Cole ) Australia : National Indigenous Television , 2018 14123935 2018 single work film/TV
2018 nominated AWGIE Awards Television Award 'C' Classification
form y separately published work icon The Wild Adventures of Blinky Bill ( dir. Andrew Collins et. al. )agent Australia : Flying Bark Productions , 2016 10444995 2016 series - publisher film/TV children's fantasy

Commissioned by the Seven Network for channel 7TWO, this series features a slightly older Blinky, defending his outback home with the help of his friend Jacko, a frill-necked lizard.

2017 nominated Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards Best Children's Television Series
form y separately published work icon Nowhere Boys : Two Moons Rising ( dir. Sian Davies et. al. )agent 2016 Australia : Matchbox Productions Pty Ltd Nowhere Boys 3 , 2016 10423656 2016 series - publisher film/TV science fiction fantasy children's

'When tech-nerd and sci-fi fanatic Luke (Kamil Ellis) arrives for his first day at Bremin High all appears to be tiresomely ordinary, but what he doesn't know is that Bremin is located at the convergence of magical ley lines and that someone has been awaiting his arrival to put together a new gang of Nowhere Boys. Three other Nowhere Boys have already been identified; 'bad boy' Heath (Joe Klocek) high achiever and soccer star, Nicco (Luca Sardelis) and musical theatre geek Jesse (Jordie Race-Coldrey).

'Coinciding with Luke's arrival, the people of Bremin start disappearing. Doubly peculiar is that, not only are they disappearing, but they're being wiped from everyone's memory and only the Nowhere Boys have noticed! Eventually Luke, Heath, Nicco and Jesse discover they are the last four people in the world. They find themselves thrust together in an eerily empty wasteland, forced to figure out how to save the town.' (Production summary)

2017 nominated Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards Best Children's Television Series
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