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Name  Rolf Heer
Role  Film director
Books  Bad Boy Bubby

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Born  4 May 1951 (age 64) (1951-05-04) Heemskerk, Netherlands
Occupation  Director, producer and writer
Education  Australian Film, Television and Radio School
Awards  AACTA Award for Best Film
Movies  Bad Boy Bubby, Charlie's Country, Ten Canoes, The Tracker, Alexandra's Project
Similar People  David Gulpilil, Nicholas Hope, Gary Sweet, Jamie Gulpilil, Helen Buday

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Rolf de Heer (born 4 May 1951) is a Dutch Australian film director. De Heer was born in Heemskerk in the Netherlands but migrated to Sydney when he was eight years old. He attended the Australian Film, Television and Radio School in Sydney. His company is called Vertigo Productions and is based in Adelaide. De Heer primarily makes alternative or arthouse films. According to the jacket notes of the videotape, de Heer holds the honor of co-producing and directing the only motion picture, Dingo, in which the jazz legend Miles Davis appears as an actor. Miles Davis collaborated with Michel Legrand on the score. He is the subject of the book Dutch Tilt, Aussie Auteur: The Films of Rolf de Heer (First edition – Saarbrücken, Germany: VDM, 2009. Second edition – Ebook: Starrs via Smashwords.com, 2013) by Dr D. Bruno Starrs. A comprehensive study of his films to date, Dancing to His Song: the Singular Cinema of Rolf de Heer by film critic Jane Freebury, is published in ebook and print (Currency Press & Currency House, 2015).

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His 2013 film Charlie's Country was selected to compete in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.

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  • 2014 AACTA Award for Best Film - nominated
  • 2014 AACTA Award for Best Direction - nominated
  • 2014 AACTA Award for Best Original Screenplay - nominated
  • Cannes Film Festival – nominated for "Un Certain Regard"
  • 2013 Adelaide Film Festival - won the Audience Award for Most Popular Feature
  • Ten Canoes

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  • 2006 Cannes Film Festival – winner of "Un Certain Regard" – Special Jury Prize
  • 2006 Flanders International Film Festival – winner of the Grand Prix, shared with Peter Djigirr
  • 2006 Australian Film Institute Awards:
  • 2006 Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards
  • 2006 IF Awards – winner of the award for Best Director, with Peter Djigirr
  • 2006 winner of the NSW History Awards, The Premier's Audio/Visual History Prize
  • The Tracker

  • 2002 Venice Film Festival – SIGNIS Award – Honorable Mention
  • 2002 Flanders International Film Festival – winner of Best Screenplay Award
  • 2002 Valladolid International Film Festival – winner Jury Special Prize
  • 2002 IF Awards – winner Best Feature Film (with producer Julie Ryan)
  • Bad Boy Bubby

  • 1993 Venice Film Festival – Special Jury Prize
  • 1994 Australian Film Institute (AFI) awards:
  • Filmography

  • Tail of a Tiger (1984)
  • Thank You Jack (1985) (TV)
  • Incident at Raven's Gate (1988)
  • Dingo (1991)
  • Bad Boy Bubby (1993)
  • The Quiet Room (1996)
  • Epsilon (1997)
  • Dance Me to My Song (1998)
  • The Sound of One Hand Clapping (1998) (producer)
  • Spank (1999) (producer)
  • The Old Man Who Read Love Stories (2000)
  • The Tracker (2002)
  • Alexandra's Project (2003)
  • Ten Canoes (2006)
  • The Balanda and the Bark Canoes (2006) (TV)
  • Dr. Plonk (2007)
  • Twelve Canoes (2008)
  • The King is Dead (2012)
  • Charlie's Country (2013)
  • References

    Rolf de Heer Wikipedia


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