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Director  Ann Turner
Music director  Chris Neal
Country  Australia
6.9/10 IMDb

6.9/10 Letterboxd

Genre  Drama, Fantasy, Horror
Screenplay  Ann Turner
Writer  Ann Turner
Language  English Japanese
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Release date  5 October 1989 19 March 1990 TGA (Un-released)
Cast  Rebecca Smart (Celia Carmichael), Nicholas Eadie (Ray Carmichael), Mary-Anne Fahey (Pat Carmichael), Victoria Longley (Alice Tanner), Margaret Ricketts (Grandmother), James Newman (Hobyah's Pack)
Similar movies  Mad Max: Fury Road, Inside Out, Jurassic World, John Wick, Furious 7, Taken 3
Tagline  Child Of Terror


Celia (also known as Celia: Child of Terror) is a 1988 Australian drama film written and directed by Ann Turner.


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In suburban Melbourne in the 1950s, amidst the Red Scare and a rabbit plague, Celia (Rebecca Smart) is a troubled nine-year-old caught up in these events, as well as family crises, and whose response to them eventually leads to tragic consequences.


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  • Rebecca Smart as Celia Carmichael
  • Nicholas Eadie as Ray Carmichael
  • Victoria Longley as Alice Tanner
  • Mary-Anne Fahey as Pat Carmichael
  • Margaret Ricketts as Grandmother
  • Alexander Hutchinson as Steve Tanner
  • Adrian Mitchell as Karl Tanner
  • Callie Gray as Meryl Tanner
  • Martin Sharman as Evan Tanner
  • Clair Couttie as Heather Goldman
  • Alex Menglet as Mr. Goldman
  • Amelia Frid as Stephanie Burke
  • William Zappa as Inspector John Burke
  • Feon Keane as Soapy Burke
  • Louise Le Nay as Debbie Burke
  • Production

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    Ann Turner was a graduate of Swinburne who had worked at Film Victoria and the Australian Film Commission as a consultant. She was inspired to write the film by an article in the paper about the Bolte government's rabbit muster in the 1950s.

    Celia (film) Film Walrus Reviews Review of Celia

    The script was written in 1984 when it won the AWGIE for Best Unproduced Screenplay.


    Celia (film) Film Walrus Reviews Review of Celia

    Celia grossed $23,336 and ¥ 32,255 at the box office in Australia and Japan.

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    Turner won the Grand Prix award at the 1989 Créteil International Women's Film Festival and for her part as Alice Tanner, Victoria Longley won the Best Actress in a Supporting Role award from the Australian Film Institute.

    To date, the film has been released on DVD in Australia, France, Germany, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. More recently it was released on video in the United States and Canada by Scorpion Releasing under their sub-label Katarina's Nightmare Theatre.


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