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WHY I AM NOT A PAINTER

Australia, 2004 (MIFF 2004)

Director: Christopher Doyle

Why I am not a Painter @ Crossley & Scott

One of the highlights of the Festival is photographic exhibition, why I am not painter staged by Hong Kong'based, Australian expatriate cinematographer Christopher Doyle. This special public exhibition of Doyle's work highlights his collaborations with such directors as Wong Kar-Wai (In the Mood for Love),Pen-eke Ratanaruang (Last Life in the Universe, MIFF 2004), Zhang Yimou (Hero, MIFF 2004) and Phillip Noyce (Rabbit Proof Fence)?

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