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Matthew Dabner (I)


Matthew Dabner is known for his work on The Square (2008), The Suitor (2016) and The Rocket (2013). See full bio »
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Known For

The Square
The Square Producer
(2008)
The Suitor
The Suitor Producer
(2016)
The Rocket
The Rocket Miscellaneous Crew
(2013)
Cryo
Cryo Writer
(2012)

Filmography

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 2014 Coral (Short) (development consultant)
 2013 The Rocket (feature film consultant: Screen Australia)
 2010 Griff the Invisible (script editor)
 2009 Accidents Happen (script editor - as Mathew Dabner)
 2002 Garage Days (script editor)
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 2016/II The Suitor (Short) (producer) (completed)
 2009 Cedar Boys (producer)
 2008 The Square (executive producer)
 1998 The Paperboy (Short) (producer - as Matt Dabner)
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 2016/II The Suitor (Short) (writer) (completed)
 2012 Cryo (Short)
 2008 The Square (written by)
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 2009 Inside the Square (Video documentary short)
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Alternate Names:

Mathew Dabner | Matt Dabner

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