Ivan Sen

 

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Ivan Sen är en regissör, manusförfattare och filmarbetare. Han är känd för bland annat Mystery Road (2013), Dreamland (2009), Toomelah (2011), Beneath Clouds (2003) och Yellow Fella (2005).

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Ivan Sen

Utmärkelser
Utmärkelse Gala År Prisad för
AACTA Awards - Byron Kennedy Award 1st AACTA Awards 2011
AACTA Award for Best Direction (Beneath Clouds) 44th Australian Film Institute Awards 2002 Beneath Clouds
Nominerad för utmärkelser
Utmärkelse Gala År Nominerad för
AACTA Award for Best Original Screenplay (Mystery Road) 3rd AACTA Awards 2013 Mystery Road
AACTA Award for Best Direction (Mystery Road) 3rd AACTA Awards 2013 Mystery Road
AACTA Award for Best Editing (Mystery Road) 3rd AACTA Awards 2013 Mystery Road
AACTA Award for Best Direction (Beneath Clouds) 44th Australian Film Institute Awards 2002 Beneath Clouds
AACTA Award for Best Original Screenplay (Beneath Clouds) 44th Australian Film Institute Awards 2002 Beneath Clouds
AACTA Award for Best Original Music Score (Beneath Clouds) 44th Australian Film Institute Awards 2002 Beneath Clouds
AACTA Award for Best Short Fiction Film (Wind) 41st Australian Film Institute Awards 1999 Wind
Australian Film Institute Award for Best Cinematography in a Non-Feature Film (Wind) 41st Australian Film Institute Awards 1999 Wind
AACTA Award for Best Short Fiction Film (Tears) 40th Australian Film Institute Awards 1998 眼淚

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Ivan Sen is an Australian filmmaker. Throughout the late 1990s Sen worked on numerous short films, before making his feature film debut with Beneath Clouds in 2002. He studied filmmaking at the Australian Film Television and Radio School, where he produced his first short films, working with the crew he continues to work with today. Sen was raised in Inverell, New South Wales, Australia.

Sen drew on his own background as the child of an Aboriginal mother and an absent white father for the screenplay of his first feature-length work, Beneath Clouds, filmed on a $2.5 million dollar budget. The film follows two teenagers, Lena (Dannielle Hall) and Vaughn (Damian Pitt) who are hitchhiking their way from a rural New South Wales town to Sydney, each for different reasons. The film explores many of the racial difficulties in their society as well as the way the choices each makes can effect how they turn out. The film was based on Ivan Sen's own experiences of growing up in Alice Springs with an Aboriginal mother and absent European father. It won Sen global acclaim, screening at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival and winning the Premiere First Movie Award at the 2002 Berlin Film Festival and the 2002 Best Director Award at the Australian Film Institute Awards.

In 2009, the Message Sticks Indigenous Film Festival held at the Sydney Opera House saw the world premiere of Sen's Fire Talker, a documentary biopic about political activist, Aboriginal footballer, Charlie Perkins. It premiered at the 10th Anniversary of the Message Sticks Indigenous Film Festival held at the Sydney Opera House in May 2009.

Sen's second feature-length film, Dreamland, screened at the 2010 Melbourne International Film Festival.

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