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On St. Valentine's Day in 1900 at Appleyard College, an exclusive ladies academy, a party of schoolgirls prepares for a picnic at Hanging Rock. Some of them are never to return.

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

Director
Peter Weir
Writers
Cliff Green
Producer
Hal McElroy  Jim McElroy
Executive Producers
Patricia Lovell
Cast
Rachel Roberts - Dominic Gard - Helen Morse - Jacki Weaver - Vivean Gray - Kirsty Child - Anne Lambert - Karen Robson - Jane Vallis - Christine Schuler - Margaret Nelson - John Jarratt - Ingrid Mason - Martin Vaughan
Production Completion Date
1975
Genre
Mystery
Production Company
McElroy & McElroy  Picnic Productions Pty Ltd
Australian Sales
Jim McElroy
International Sales
Hanway Films  Jim McElroy
Theatrical release
1975/08/08 (Australia)
TV release
1980/06/01 (Australia)
Online release
2011/02/15 (United States)
2012/08/28 (Australia)
Video release
1983/12/31 (Australia)
Cable/Sat release
1986/05/13 (Belgium)
1986/05/13 (Netherlands)
1993/06/19 (Germany)
1994/03/05 (United Kingdom)
1995/11/01 (Italy)
1997/01/26 (Australia)

Selected Awards & Festivals

  • Taormina International Film Festival
    (2004)
  • Saint Tropez Film Festival - Cinema de Antipodes
    (2001)
  • Brussels International Film Festival
    (2000)
  • All the Best from Australia Flm Festival - Manila
    (1998)
  • Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival
    (1997)
  • Fajr International Film Festival
    (1997)
  • Walters Gallery
    (1996)
  • Strictly Oz - A History of Australian Film - UCLA
    (1996)
  • Strictly Oz Event
    (1996)
  • Australia On Screen - Hong Kong
    (1996)
  • Strictly Oz - A History of Australian Film
    (1995)
  • Washington Film Festival
    (1993)
  • Verona Film Festival
    (1992)
  • Istanbul International Film Festival
    (1992)
  • Moscow International Film Festival
    (1991)
  • Centre Georges Pompidou, Australian - Pompidou Event
    (1991)
  • Aus Film Festival Peter Weir Retrospective, Argentina
    (1990)
  • Taormina International Film Festival
    (1979)
  • Chicago International Film Festival
    (1977)
  • Variety Club of Australia
    (1976)
  • British Academy of Film and Television Arts
    (1976)

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