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Film Finance Corp. adds 3 films to slate

12 February 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

SYDNEY -- Australia's Film Finance Corp. has greenlighted three feature films, bringing the number of features it's backing this financial year to 16 -- its biggest slate ever. FFC chief executive Brian Rosen said Thursday that the booming slate is the result of additional funding the government agency received in last year's budget. An additional AUS$10 million ($7.4 million) was added to the agency's base funding of AUS$50 million ($37.5 million) during the next three years. The diverse new slate includes The Tender Hook, a 1920s film noir feature set in Jazz Age Sydney; Lucky Miles, a comedy set in the Australian desert about a Cambodian, an Indonesian and an Iraqi who become hopelessly lost; and Dr. Plonk, a black-and-white silent comedy from producer-writer-director Rolf de Heer. »

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