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Dion Beebe

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Crush (Alison MacLean, 1992) NZ; dp Dion Beebe

Vacant Possession (Margot Nash, 1995) wr. Margot Nash, dp Dion Beebe; Pamela Rabe, John Stanton, Toni Scanlan, Linden Wilkinson, Rita Bruce, Olivia Patten as Millie, who provides the commentary on the actual relationship of white and black; John Stanton, the father, has PTSD or 'shell-shock', following WW2 air crash with loss of crew; 95 min.

Floating Life (Clara Law, 1996) aka Fu sheng; dp Dion Beebe; Annette Shun Wah, Annie Yip, Anthony Brandon Wong; comedy

What I Have Written (John Hughes, 1996) wr. John A. Scott, dp Dion Beebe; Martin Jacobs, Gillian Jones, Jacek Koman, Angie Milliken

Praise (John Curran, 1998) wr. Andrew McGahan based on his novel, prod. Martha Coleman, dp Dion Beebe; Peter Fenton, Sacha Horler, Tex Perkins, Marta Dusseldorp, Joel Edgerton; AFI Nomination 1999; 98 min./100 min.

Memory and Desire (Niki Caro, 1997) wr. Niki Caro, story Peter Wells, dp Dion Beebe; Sayo and Keiji elope from Japan to New Zealand to get away from Keiji's interfering mother;; NZ

Holy Smoke (Jane Campion, 1999) dp Dion Beebe; Kate Winslet, Harvey Keitel, Tim Robertson, 115 min.

Goddess Of 1967, The (Clara Law, 2000) dp Dion Beebe; Rose Byrne, Rikiya Jurokawa, Nicholas Hope, Elise McCredie; the story of a Japanese man who comes to Australia to buy his dream car was filmed in Sydney, Lightning Ridge and Tokyo; screened Toronto 2000

Charlotte Gray (Gillian Armstrong, 2001) wr. Jeremy Brock from novel by Sebastian Faulks, dp Dion Beebe; Cate Blanchett, Billy Crudup, Michael Gambon, Rupert Penry-Jones; Cate Blanchett as a British agent in occupied France

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