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Matt Saville Matt Saville i(A95597 works by) (a.k.a. Matthew Saville)
Gender: Male
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Most Referenced Works

Notes

  • Matt Saville won the 2011 AACTA Award for Best Direction in Television for Harry, episode three of The Slap.

Awards for Works

form y separately published work icon A Month of Sundays ( dir. Matt Saville ) Australia : Madman Production Company , 2016 7948505 2016 single work film/TV

'Everyone deserves a second chance. Even a real estate agent. Frank Mollard’s life takes an unexpected turn for the better when he receives a phone call from his dead mother.' (Production summary)

2016 shortlisted Film Critics Circle of Australia Best Director
Crossing Live 2007 single work musical theatre opera 'The work melds the combined skills of a diva, anchor-woman Paula Day, as hard-edged as her eye line theatre actors who work to music and musicians and stage crew who perform as actors. The live score is played seamlessly with pre-recorded music and a sound-scape as well as pre-recorded and live visuals from cameras wielded by the actors on stage. All this allows the theatre audience to see the television show as viewers at home in their living rooms would see it and, at the same time, experience the unexpected human drama that unfolds behind the scenes.' Source: www.malthousetheatre.com.au (Sighted 19/09/2007).
2008 shortlisted Victorian Premier's Literary Awards The Prize for Best Music Theatre Script
2007 winner Victorian Green Room Awards New Operatic Work Best New Australian Opera Work
form y separately published work icon Noise ( dir. Matt Saville ) Australia : Retro Active Films Pty Ltd , 2007 Z1304559 2007 single work film/TV thriller crime (taught in 1 units)

The community reels after a mass murder on a suburban train. A young cop, beset with doubt and afflicted with tinnitus, is pitched into the chaos that follows this tragic event. He struggles to clear the screaming in his head while all around him try to deal with the afterburn of the terrible crime.

(Source: Australian Film Commission website)

2007 nominated Film Critics Circle of Australia Best Original Screenplay
2007 winner Film Critics Circle of Australia Best Film
2007 nominated Australian Film Institute Awards Macquarie Private Wealth Award for Best Screenplay (Original or Adapted)
2007 nominated Australian Film Institute Awards Best Film
2007 nominated AWGIE Awards Film Award Original
2006 winner Victorian Premier's Literary Awards The Village Roadshow Prize for Screen Writing
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