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Tony Ayres, Jacquelin Perske preview ABC mini Seven Types of Ambiguity

3 August 2016 6:21 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Hugo Weaving as Dr Alex Klima.

Seven Types of Ambiguity, a six-part drama produced by Matchbox Pictures and set to air on the ABC, weaves together different perspectives of a child kidnapping, exploring the nature of love and relationships..

Matchbox.s Tony Ayres first read Elliot Perlman.s novel, on which the show is based, around five years ago, just after he'd finished up on The Slap.

He was struck by the structural similarities between the two stories, while also noting the differences in the ways they had used the form..

.It was such a challenging and compelling book. I found it very rich and rewarding, frustrating and exciting,. Ayres told If..

.It was one of those big, ambitious projects that entices you as a producer..

A six-part series shot in and around Melbourne, Ayres described.Seven Types of Ambiguity as .a relationship drama, wrapped in a mystery...

.I think »

- Jackie Keast and Brian Karlovsky

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Tony Ayres, Jacquelin Perske preview ABC six-parter Seven Types of Ambiguity

3 August 2016 6:21 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Hugo Weaving as Dr Alex Klima.

Seven Types of Ambiguity, a six-part drama produced by Matchbox Pictures and set to air on the ABC, weaves together different perspectives of a child kidnapping, exploring the nature of love and relationships..

Matchbox.s Tony Ayres first read Elliot Perlman.s novel, on which the show is based, around five years ago, just after he'd finished up on The Slap.

He was struck by the structural similarities between the two stories, while also noting the differences in the ways they had used the form..

.It was such a challenging and compelling book. I found it very rich and rewarding, frustrating and exciting,. Ayres told If..

.It was one of those big, ambitious projects that entices you as a producer..

A six-part series shot in and around Melbourne, Ayres described.Seven Types of Ambiguity as .a relationship drama, wrapped in a mystery...

.I think »

- Jackie Keast and Brian Karlovsky

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Filming underway on Seven Types of Ambiguity

25 April 2016 4:32 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Hugo Weaving as Dr Alex Klima in Seven Types of Ambiguity. Photo by Ben King.

Filming has started in Melbourne on Matchbox Pictures' six-part drama series Seven Types of Ambiguity for the ABC.

Based on a novel by Elliot Perlman, it stars Hugo Weaving, Xavier Samuel, Alex Dimitriades, Leeanna Walsman, Anthony Hayes, Andrea Demetriades and Susie Porter.

Seven Types of Ambiguity will be filmed on location in and around Melbourne and will air later this year on ABC TV.

Executive producers for Matchbox include Tony Ayres, Amanda Higgs and Jacquelin Perske.

The ABC executive producer is Christopher Gist and the producer is Amanda Higgs..

The series is a psychological mystery that explores the complicated emotional terrain of relationships and the risks people will go to in the name of love..

When seven-year-old Sam Marin is taken from school, his parents Anna (Leeanna Walsman) and Joe (Alex Dimitriades) are frantic. »

- Staff Writer

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The Dressmaker earns ten nominations as Fcca unveil award nominations

31 January 2016 9:39 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Kate Winslet in The Dressmaker.

The Film Critics Circle of Australia, the national body of film reviewers, critics and writers, has unveiled the nominations for their annual awards.

The Dressmaker has garnered ten nominations while Last Cab to Darwin and Mad Max: Fury Road each received eight nominations..

Neil Armfield's Holding the Man earned seven nominations, Paper Planes and Cut Snake each have five, while Tanna received four.

"The spread of nominees from heralded blockbusters to small-scale independents highlights the diversity of Australian cinema", Fcca President Russell Edwards said..

"As the country's most important critical body looking at movies, we at the Film Critics Circle of Australia are pleased to be able to not only salute the box office, but also celebrate the innovative spirit"..

The nominees for best director are Neil Armfield, George Miller, Jocelyn Moorhouse and Jeremy Sims..

Nicole Kidman (Strangerland), Charlize Theron (Mad Max: Fury Road »

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