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Bronwyn Binns Bronwyn Binns i(A19517 works by) (birth name: Bronwyn Fackerell) (a.k.a. Bronwyn Jones)
Born: Established: 1944 Waverley, Bondi area, Sydney Eastern Suburbs, Sydney, New South Wales, ; Died: Ceased: 3 May 2003 Malvern, South Yarra - Glen Iris area, Melbourne - Inner South, Melbourne, Victoria,
Gender: Female
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After training as an art teacher, Bronwyn Fackerell worked in the film industry. She married production manager Tom Binns and moved with him to Melbourne, where she met Ian Jones. Ian and Bronwyn's relationship has been called 'one of the great love stories of the Australian film industry' (Neil McDonald). They worked together on the TV series Against the Wind and on the film The Lighthorsemen and created a number of other films. Shortly after the birth of their daughter Elizabeth in 1982, Bronwyn Jones was diagnosed with cancer. She fought the disease for 20 years to bring up their daughter, and died in 2003.

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form y separately published work icon Against the Wind ( dir. George T. Miller et. al. )agent Melbourne Australia : Pegasus Productions Seven Network , 1978 Z1679808 1978 series - publisher film/TV historical fiction

In 1798, young Irish girl Mary Mulvane is convicted of stealing by the British court and sentenced to transportation to Australia. During the journey, she falls for fellow convict Jonathan Garrett, and the pair attempt to start a new life in the brutal penal colony.

1979 won Logie Awards Best New Drama
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