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Brendan Maher is a more than competent TV director who is constantly at work. He has directed two feature films and several telemovies, as well as numerous series episodes.
Lists below in date order.
Bit Part, The (Brendan Maher, 1987) wr. Steve Vizard; Chris Haywood, Nicole Kidman, Katrina Foster, John Wood, Maurie Fields, Brian Mannix, Deborra-Lee Furness, Maggie Millar, Maureen Edwards, Wilbur Wilde, Red Symons; comedy; Michael Thornton is a Careers Counsellor who desires to be a bit part actor; 87 min.
Nim's Island 2 (Brendan Maher, 2013) aka Return to Nim's Island; Bindi Irwin, Toby Wallace, John Waters; adventure fantasy; family; Aust release 28 March
Glass Babies (Brendan Maher, 1985) telemovie
Computer Kids (Brendan Maher, 1994) telemovie
Doom Runners (Brendan Maher, 1997) telemovie
Tanya and Floyd (Brendan Maher, 2002) telemovie
Road from Coorain (Brendan Maher, 2002) telemovie, prod. Penny Chapman; Juliet Stevenson, Richard Roxburgh, Katherine Slattery, John Howard
After the Deluge (Brendan Maher, 2003) telemovie/mini-series, wr. Andrew Knight, prod. Andrew Denholm, Deb Cox, Sue Masters, a CoxKnight Production; David Wenham (Alex), Hugo Weaving (Martin), Samuel Johnson (Toby), Aden Young, Ray Barrett (Cliff), Catherine McClements, Essie Davis, Rachel Griffiths, Kate Beahan, Vince Colosimo, Marta Dusseldorp, Bob Franklin, Marco Chiappi, Simon Burke, Tara Morice; 3h 14m
Kidnapped (Brendan Maher, 2005) telemovie; from Stevenson's novel; not Australasian, UK
Society Murders, The (Brendan Maher, 2006) telemovie; Georgie Parker, Nicholas Eadie, Daniela Farinacci, Asher Keddie, Matthew Le Nevez, Heather Mitchell, Alex Dimitriades, Julia Blake, Terry Norris; Melbourne Vic
Wide Sargasso Sea (Brendan Maher, 2006) telemovie; Rafe Spall, Rebecca Hall, Nina Sosanya; not Australasian, UK
Sisters of War (Brendan Maher, 2010) telemovie; Claire van der Boom, Sarah Snook, Khan Chittenden, Anna Volska, Susie Porter
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