How well did Australian films do overseas in 2018?

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Antony I. Ginnane

A good year for Australian films overseas, pushed by Peter Rabbit, but with Mary Magdalene and Upgrade to put more lettuce in the salad.

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 Swimming in a global sea. Image: from the Breath poster. 

About the author

Melbourne born Antony I. Ginnane has produced or executive produced 70 feature films, MOW’s, miniseries and TV series over 48 years including award winning classics like Patrick, High Tide, The Lighthorsemen, Screamers and Last Dance and most recently (in partnership with Kris Wyld) the TV series Pulse for ABC-TV. His Australian production company F G Film Productions (Australia) Pty. Ltd. is in preproduction on feature film The Chainbreakers. He was President of SPAA from 2008 - 2011, attends the major world markets and is based in Los Angeles and Melbourne. “The Unusual Suspects – 104 Films That Made World Cinema” his first book was published by Currency Press in November 2015.