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The Screen Guide

DON'T CALL ME GIRLIE is a history of women in Australian film from 1906 ('The Kelly Gang', our first feature) to 1941 when wartime rationing limited local feature production. Through a combination of archival footage and contemporary interviews with surviving film pioneers: women editors, directors, publicists, writers and performers the role of women as film makers in defined Australian identity and culture is revealed.

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Crew

Director
Andree Wright  Stewart Young
Writers
Andree Wright
Producer
Hilary Furlong

Cast

Penne Hackford-Jones (narrator) Interview subjects: Shirley Anne Richards - Ken Hall - Marjorie Osborne - Aileen Britton - Ted Hoad

Production Details

Production Completion
1985
Genre
Art and culture
Production Company
Double L Films

Sales

International Sales
Ronin Films

Selected Awards & Festivals