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Release Date:
29 November 2007 (Australia) See more »
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Set in the Australian wheat-belt in 1968, SEPTEMBER is a character driven film about two 15 year old boys - one black... See more » | Full synopsis »
Awards:
2 wins & 2 nominations See more »
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A slower-paced film that revolves around two families - deals with race, friendship and what is right and wrong. See more (6 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Xavier Samuel ... Ed
Clarence John Ryan ... Paddy

Kieran Darcy-Smith ... Rick
Kelton Pell ... Michael
Alice McConnell ... Eve
Lisa Flanagan ... Leena

Mia Wasikowska ... Amelia

Sibylla Budd ... Miss Gregory

Anton Tennet ... Tom (as Anton Tennett)

Paul Gleeson ... John Hamilton

Tara Morice ... Jennifer Hamilton

Morgan Griffin ... Heidi

Bob Baines ... Henry

Tommy Lewis ... Uncle Harold (as Tom E. Lewis)
Steve Dodd ... Aboriginal Elder #2 (as Steve 'Mullawalla' Dodd)
Eric Bell ... Aboriginal Elder #3

Michael Edward Williams ... Thomas Parker (as Michael Williams)

Brady Kitchingham ... Tom's Mate
Lillian Crombie ... Gran Parker
Vikki Freckelton ... Ticket Seller
Alex Rose ... Cinema Usher

Directed by
Peter Carstairs 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Peter Carstairs 
Ant Horn 

Produced by
Sandra Alexander .... line producer
Mark Bamford .... executive producer
Michele Bennett .... consulting producer
Tony Forrest .... executive producer
Gary Hamilton .... executive producer
Lynda House .... co-producer
Serena Paull .... co-producer
John Polson .... producer
 
Original Music by
Roger Mason 
 
Cinematography by
Jules O'Loughlin (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Martin Connor 
Tim Wellburn 
 
Casting by
Anousha Zarkesh 
 
Production Design by
Sam Hobbs 
 
Art Direction by
Sophie Nash 
 
Set Decoration by
Martin Williams 
 
Costume Design by
Cappi Ireland 
 
Makeup Department
Laura Kennard .... makeup artist
Dakota Matich .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Colleen Clarke .... post-production supervisor
Mick Nicholson .... unit manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Matt Hart .... third assistant director
Tim Lion .... second assistant director
Karan Monkhouse .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Natalie Armstrong .... props
Peter Kobicek .... props
Adam Sitta .... art runner
 
Sound Department
Rainier Davenport .... sound recordist
Bruce Emery .... dolby consultant
Glenn Finnan .... boom operator
Greg P. Fitzgerald .... re-recording mixer (as Greg Fitzgerald)
Jason Hancock .... foley recordist
Martin Oswin .... adr mixer
Wayne Pashley .... re-recording mixer
Wayne Pashley .... sound designer
Wayne Pashley .... supervising sound editor
Derryn Pasquill .... dialogue editor
Fabian Sanjurjo .... sound effects editor
John Simpson .... foley artist
Libby Villa .... dialogue editor
 
Visual Effects by
Justin Alvarez .... lead compositor: FSM
Nick Booth .... film recording supervisor: weta digital
Steve Dunn .... visual effects producer
Stephen Roucher .... film recording technician: weta digital
Phil Stuart-Jones .... visual effects supervisor
Pete Williams .... film recording manager: weta digital
 
Stunts
Nash Edgerton .... stunts
Tony Lynch .... stunt coordinator
Brett Sheerin .... stunts
Gordon Waddell .... safety consultant
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Peter Bushby .... gaffer
Simon Cardwell .... still photographer
James Ford .... best boy
Craig Jackson .... grip
Joshua Kwan .... best boy
David Litchfield .... key grip
Morag Mirankar .... clapper loader
Richard Narramore .... Steadicam operator
Jules O'Loughlin .... camera operator
Miranda Porter .... focus puller
Mark Rogers .... still photographer
Christopher Turner .... lighting assistant (as Chris Turner)
Cheryl Wood .... assistant camera
 
Casting Department
Dex Tallo .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Felice Mercorella .... costume stand-by
Geri Spencer .... costume assistant
Chrissie Wright .... costume supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Bec Cubitt .... post-production coordinator
Steve Dunn .... digital intermediate producer
Al Hansen .... supervising digital intermediate colorist
Tristan La Fontaine .... digital cinema colorist
Alejandro Reyes Anzola .... assistant editor
 
Location Management
Carl Wood .... location manager
 
Music Department
Coralie Hartl .... music contractor
Phillip Hartl .... orchestra leader
James K. Lee .... orchestrator
Jessica Wells .... orchestrator
 
Other crew
Alex Baldwin .... production runner
Amy Barclay .... script supervisor
Emren Kara .... production lawyer
Rebecca Lewis .... production secretary
Natalie Reilly .... assistant to producers
Eva Stolcs .... production coordinator
Cherie Vierucci Whyte .... accountant (as Cherie Whyte)
 
Thanks
Sally Chesher .... thanks
 

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Canada:85 min (Toronto International Film Festival)
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6 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
A slower-paced film that revolves around two families - deals with race, friendship and what is right and wrong., 15 September 2007
Author: focusrisd from United States

It was an unusual film to see at the festival just because I wasn't used to such a slower paced film.

I think in North America, we're so used to the plot being given to us blatantly that when a film like this comes along, it feels so foreign and so... different.

There are some moments in the film when I wanted the pace to quicken a little bit. It is like others have said a very character-driven movie.

It's not the worse movie I saw at the festival because at least it had a plot and something to say but I wouldn't say it was the best.

The director to me tries to make you fill in the gaps - like a book - rather than having everything said aloud. (There were a lot of silent moments... some of which were painfully long) Nevertheless, I still found it interesting to watch. Whether I would recommend it to someone, well, if you fancy something different from what you're used to North America (a slower-paced film) then go ahead and watch this film.

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