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The first indigenous actor to appear on Neighbours was Tony Briggs, who went on to write the Helpmann Award-winning play The Sapphires , which he later adapted into the film. During 1987 and 1988, Briggs, then 19, played the recurring guest role of
Gabi Grecko is considering a life of wedded bliss with Melbourne medico Geoffrey Edelsten...With those words, Channel Ten's ill-fated breakfast program Wake Up said goodbye, six months after it began. Mother of All Balls is back and it's got Anna
SHE'S certainly got the lungs for it, so could Australia's pop darling Jessica Mauboy be our next big screen scream queen? The Sapphires star hopes so, with the 24-year-old revealing her secret ambition is to get pulses racing in a movie thriller.
Chris O'Dowd arrives at a photocall for the film "The Sapphires" during the 65th annual Cannes International Film Festival in Cannes, France on May 20, 2012. Jan. 8 (UPI) -- Northern Irish actor Chris O'Dowd says he had no idea his 1960s-set, music-
The company won for productions such as "The Sapphires" and "Felony,"' which have been finding audiences internationally. The producer of The Sapphires , Goalpost Pictures Australia, has taken home the top award at the Screen Producers Australia (SPA)
Worawa Aboriginal College is headed by one of the original members of the group, Lois Peeler, and the school's presentation of the musical will feature costumes from the hit film adaptation of the tale as well as narration by Rachael Maza...Theatre
The American distributor of the Australian film "The Sapphires" is apologizing for the DVD cover, which some have called sexist and racist, and says it is considering new cover art for future shipments. Anchor Bay Entertainment said in a statement
Anyone who did not know would struggle to identify them as ''people of colour'', let alone Aborigines. It makes O'Dowd look like the lead singer and the four women his backing vocalists (he, in fact, plays an Irish drifter who becomes their manager).
Original Sapphires Laurel Robinson, left, Naomi Mayers and Beverley Briggs. Photo: Adam Hollingworth The original Sapphires have reached across the globe to call on race rights advocates to boycott the US DVD version of the movie made about their
The film about four Australian women who are sent to sing for troops in Vietnam will be released on DVD August 6. In a making-of featurette for The Sapphires DVD , debuting exclusively here at The Hollywood Reporter , the cast and crew explain their