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Name  Jan Chapman
Role  Film producer
Education  University of Sydney

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Spouse  Stephen O'Rourke (m. 1985), Phillip Noyce (m. 1971–1977)
Awards  AACTA Award for Best Film
Nominations  Academy Award for Best Picture
Movies  The Piano, Bright Star, Lantana, Holy Smoke!, Love Serenade
Similar People  Jane Campion, Stuart Dryburgh, Janet Patterson, Shirley Barrett, Kerry Walker

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Jan Chapman (born 28 March 1950 in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia) is an Australian film producer. Films produced by Chapman include The Last Days of Chez Nous, The Piano, Love Serenade, Holy Smoke!, and Lantana.

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Chapman met her first husband, film director Phillip Noyce, whilst studying English and Fine Arts at university in the late 1960s. It was during this period that she began working on small, independent films, as part of the Sydney Filmmakers Co-op. In the early 1970s she directed short fiction films and documentaries. Later, she worked in the Education department of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and began producing television series, including Sweet and Sour.

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Awards

Chapman was nominated for the Best Picture at the AFI Awards in 1992 for The Last Days of Chez Nous. In 1994, she was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture for The Piano.

89th Academy Awards

Chapman's photo was mistakenly displayed next to Janet Patterson's name during the 'In Memoriam' segment at The 89th Academy Awards. Shortly after the flub, Jan insisted publicly that she is "alive and well, and was given an apology

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Jan Chapman Wikipedia


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