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Films By Sue Brooks

An Ordinary Woman (Sue Brooks, 1989)
In the process of (representing an ordinary woman's life, this film explores questions of identity, representation and truth. In paying homage to the small moment, the snapshot, the ordinary; the fil… Read more

JAPANESE STORY (Sue Brooks, 2002)
"In Japan we have an expression which, when translated, means 'you meet only once, so make everything in that moment count.'" - Gotaro Tsunishima ... Toni Colette is Sandy, an ambitious geologist who… Read more

ROAD TO NHILL (Sue Brooks, 1997)
Australian films have been a highlight of the Festival of late. What seems to fascinate us most is hearing our own stories. Melbourne film­makers Sue Brooks, Alison Tilson and Sue Maslin will hav… Read more

The Drover's Wife (Sue Brooks, 1984)
The Australian myth of the ‘drover's wife' retold from a different perspective. ... Read more

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