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John Hillcoat


John Hillcoat was born in 1961 in Queensland, Australia. He is a director, known for The Road (2009), Lawless (2012) and The Proposition (2005). See full bio »

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4 wins & 10 nominations. See more awards »

Known For

The Road
The Road Director
(2009)
Lawless
Lawless Director
(2012)
The Proposition
The Proposition Director
(2005)
Triple 9
Triple 9 Director
(2016)

Filmography

Jump to: Director | Writer | Producer | Editor | Thanks | Self
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 2016 Quarry (TV Series) (1 episode)
 2016 Triple 9
 2012 Lawless
 2012 Heroes Return (Short)
 2009/I The Road
 2007 Ein Stück vom Himmel (Short)
 2001 Digital Hardcore Videos (Video)
 1997 Alleys and Motorways (Video documentary) (videos "Mouth", "Personal Holloway")
 1985 The INXS: Swing and Other Stories (Video documentary)
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Other Works:

: Co-directed music video for Frente!, "Bizarre Love Triangle". See more »

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Personal Quote:

Ned Kelly and His Gang was made in 1906, only three years after The Great Train Robbery. It was banned by Victorian-era censors for its 'romantic' portrayal of bushrangers, who might otherwise have become folk heroes and inspired class war. The western wasn't allowed to grow into a real genre in Australian cinema, although colonial-period dramas started re-surfacing in the '70s. See more »

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At a young age, his paintings were featured in the Art Gallery of Hamilton (Ontario, Canada). See more »

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Frequently casts Guy Pearce See more »

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