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Gillian Armstrong


Gillian Armstrong was born on December 18, 1950 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia as Gillian May Armstrong. She is a director and producer, known for My Brilliant Career (1979), Not Fourteen Again (1996) and Little Women (1994). She is married to John Pleffer. They have two children. See full bio »

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(1979)
(1996)
Little Women Director
(1994)
(2010)

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 2015 Women He's Undressed (Documentary)
 2010 Love, Lust & Lies (Documentary)
 1996 Not Fourteen Again (Documentary)
 1994 Little Women
 1991 Fires Within
 1988 Bingo, Bridesmaids & Braces (Documentary)
 1987 High Tide
 1986 Hard to Handle: Bob Dylan in Concert (Video documentary)
 1985 Decade of Women (Short)
 1984 Mrs. Soffel
 1983 Having a Go (Documentary)
 1982 Starstruck
 1981 Fourteen's Good, Eighteen's Better (Documentary)
 1980 Touch Wood (Short)
 1976 Smokes & Lollies (Documentary short)
 1973 Gretel (Short)
 1973 One Hundred a Day (Short)
 1973 Satdee Night (Short)
 1971 Roof Needs Mowing (Short)
 1970 Old Man and Dog (Short)
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Directed the Pat Wilson's music video for Bop Girl.

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She was a part of the movement dubbed the "Australian New Wave" by the press. They were a group of filmmakers and performers who emerged from Down Under at about the same time in the early 1980's and found work in other parts of the world. Other members included actors Mel Gibson and Judy Davis and directors George Miller and Peter Weir. See more »

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