| Cecil Holmes|
| One Man's Way|
| August 24, 1994, Australia|
Three in One, Captain Thunderbolt
AACTA Award for Best Film
Frank Hardy, Robert Raymond, Leonard Teale, Michael Craig, Evan Jones
Cecil Holmes (director) Wikipedia
Cecil William Holmes (23 June 1921 – 24 August 1994) was a New Zealand-born film director and writer. He was born in Waipukurau, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. He served in the Royal New Zealand Air Force and British Royal Navy during World War II before turning to filmmaking. He made a number of documentaries for the New Zealand National Film Unit then moved to Australia, where he directed several feature films and a number of documentaries for the Commonwealth Film Unit.
The Cecil Holmes Award given by the Australian Directors Guild is named after him. The Award was instigated in 1995, and is presented by the ADG board from time to time to honour recipients who have advocated for the role of the director.
His second wife was author and Indigenous advocate Sandra Le Brun Holmes.
Captain Thunderbolt (1953) - director
Words for Freedom (1953) (documentary) - director
Three in One (1957) - director
Lotu (1962) (documentary) - director
I, The Aboriginal (documentary) - director
Faces in the Sun (1964) (documentary) - director
Gentle Strangers (1972) - director
The Killing of Angel Street (1981) - writer
One Man's Way 1986 Penguin