Fred Schepisi


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Fred Schepisi began his production career in the advertising world in Melbourne, Australia, where he served as head of the Film House for almost 20 years, directing both commercials and documentaries. His first feature-length film was the semi-autobiographical 'The Devil's Playground' (1976) which won 6 AFI awards including Best Film and ... See full bio »

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Sun, Jul 25 9:00 AM PDT on RETRO (622)

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Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 15 wins & 24 nominations. See more awards »

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Empire Falls Director
(2005)
Roxanne Director
(1987)
(2011)

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 2005 Empire Falls (TV Mini Series) (2 episodes)
- Episode #1.2 (2005)
- Episode #1.1 (2005)
 2001 Last Orders
 1994 I.Q.
 1992 Mr. Baseball
 1987 Roxanne
 1985 Plenty
 1984 Iceman
 1982 Barbarosa
 1973 Libido (segment "Priest, The")
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[on 'The Eye of the Storm'] What I love about Patrick White's writing is that he understands that we are all actors. We don't do it as consciously as he would have us believe. But I wanted you to see the surface person of who these people are, and then explore the cracks. Because it's the cracks that make us who we are. See more »

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Name is pronounced Skep-See. See more »

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