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Writer and former president of both the Australian Writers. Guild and Australian Writers. Foundation, Geoffrey Atherden, has been appointed a director of Screenrights.
His appointment was announced at the Screenrights. Agm last week and he joins re-elected members Ben Grant, MD of Goalpost Pictures; Chris Oliver-Taylor, MD of Matchbox Pictures; and Dean Ormston, head of membership services group Apra Amcos and deputy chair of Australian Copyright Council..
Screenrights Chairman Jill Bryant said the board was delighted to welcome Atherden.
.Geoffrey is a passionate advocate for the creators of Australian culture. He has wide-ranging experience within the industry and that will add to the wealth of industry knowledge already on the Board. I am also pleased that the membership chose to return »
- Staff Writer
It’s a story about a dragonfly and the princess bee — a girl with terminal cancer and the boy to which she falls love with only three months left to live respectively. Their love exists in a sort of vacuum beyond time, a reality of the now regardless of future or past before them. She (Adriana Mather‘s Morgan) is but a woman unhindered by her middle class upbringing and conservative lifestyle. He (Zach Villa‘s Jordan) a sensitive soul, fluid in gender, appearance, and desires, who just so happened to see the hope and promise of happiness in someone he never would have expected. Everything they do is for each other, for that love. And it is worth preserving even though it will all be over too soon.
- Jared Mobarak
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