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Sue Brooks (born 1 May 1953) is an Australian film director and producer. She has directed five films since 1984. She won the "Golden Alexander" (first prize) for Best Feature-Length Film at The International Thessaloniki Film Festival for her film ''Road to Nhill'' (1997). Her film ''Japanese Story'' was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival. Filmography * ''The Drover's Wife (film), The Drover's Wife'' (1984) * ''An Ordinary Woman'' (1988) * ''Road to Nhill'' (1997) * ''Japanese Story'' (2003) * ''Subdivision (film), Subdivision'' (2009) * ''Looking for Grace'' (2015) References External links * Brooks, Sue
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Pyramid Hill, Victoria
Pyramid Hill is a town in Victoria, Australia, Victoria, Australia in the Shire of Loddon north of Melbourne and north of Bendigo, Victoria, Bendigo. At the , Pyramid Hill had a population of 419. The town has a Pyramid railway station, Victoria, railway station. The town is named after a nearby hill that rises 180 metres above sea level. Originally the town was situated at the base of Pyramid Hill, but was relocated when the railway station was built. The Post Office opened on 17 November 1875. The railway arrived in 1884. The town has an Australian Rules football team, Pyramid Hill Football Netball Club competes in the Loddon Valley Football League. Golfers play at the course of the Pyramid Hill Golf Club on Victoria Street. The town has one radio station which broadcasts a syndicated programme from the Power Country FM group on the 88 MHz frequency. References External links Community website
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Victoria (Australia)
Victoria (abbreviated as Vic) is a in southeastern . It is the second-smallest state with a of and the most densely populated state in Australia (28 per km2). Victoria is bordered with to the north and to the west, and is bounded by the to the south (with the exception of a small land border with located along ), the portion of the to the southwest, and the (a of the ) to the southeast. The state encompasses a range of climates and geographical features from its coastal and central regions to the in the north-east and the north-west. Victoria has a population of over 6.6 million, the majority of which is concentrated in the central south area surrounding , and in particular in the of , Victoria's and and also , where over three quarters of the Victorian population live. The state is home to : Melbourne, , and . The population is , with 35.1% of inhabitants being . Victoria is home to numerous groups, including the , the , the , the , the , the , th ...
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Road To Nhill
''Road to Nhill'' is a 1997 Australian comedy-drama film directed by Sue Brooks. The film won the "Golden Alexander" (first prize) for Best Feature-Length Film at The International Thessaloniki Film Festival (Greece). Produced by Sue Maslin, it was shot on location in Pyramid Hill, Victoria. Plot A car carrying four lady lawn bowlers on its way to Nhill is involved in an accident on a deserted road in rural Victoria (Australia), Victoria. Locals, not knowing where the accident was, or who was involved, embark on a journey to assist. Box office ''Road to Nhill'' grossed $884,949 at the box office in Australia,. See also *Cinema of Australia References External linksRoad To Nhill at the National Film and Sound Archive* ''Road to Nhill''
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