Kriv Stenders

Motherland (Kriv Stenders, 1994) doco; 50 min.; story of two Latvian grandmothers who have lived in Australia since the end of WW2 and who have become close friends since arriving in Australia, because they are Kriv Stenders' two grandmothers

Two/Out (Kriv Stenders, 1998) prod. Catherine Kerr, AFC/POD Film Production; wr. Troy Davies, Kevin Steinberg, based on the play Jack by Jim McNeil; Richard Green, Tony Ryan, 14 min., winner best short film AFI awards 1998; short

The Illustrated Family Doctor (Kriv Stenders, 2004) prod. Catherine Kerr, wr. Kriv Stenders, David Snell, novel David Snell; Samuel Johnson (Gary Kelp), Jessica Napier, Kestie Morassi, Colin Friels, Brian Meegan, Paul Sonkkila, Sacha Horler (Gary's sister); dark comedy about illness; Gary's job is condensing books; Valhalla, Glebe 23 Feb 2005, opens nationally 3 March 2005; FFC budget $2,425,002, box office $42,885; 101 min.

Blacktown (Kriv Stenders, 2005) Tony Ryan, Niki Owen (Nikki), Clayton Jacobson; relationship between black man and white woman; made for $50,000; premiere Sydney FF 17 June 2005; art film

Boxing Day (Kriv Stenders, 2007) wr. Richard Green, Kriv Stenders; Richard Green; prison drama; Adelaide Festival February 2007; takes place in real time

Lucky Country (Kriv Stenders, 2009) aka Home; wr. Andy Cox; Aden Young, Toby Wallace, Hanna Mangan Lawrence; history drama thriller

Red Dog (Kriv Stenders, 2011) wr. Daniel Taplitz, Louis de Bernieres (novel); Josh Lucas, Rachael Taylor; family

Long Tan (Kriv Stenders, 2013) wr. Paul Sullivan, Karel Segers, Jack Brislee, James Nicholas; war

Kill Me Three Times (Kriv Stenders, 2014) prod. Tania Chambers, Laurence Malkin, Share Stallings; WA; crime comedy

Red Dog: True Blue (Kriv Stenders, 2016) prod. Nelson Woss, Good Dog Enterprises, wr. Daniel Taplitz, dp Geoffrey Hall, music Cezary Skubiszewski; Bryan Brown, John Jarratt, Levi Miller, Jason Isaacs, Hanna Mangan Lawrence, Thomas Cocquerel; boy and dog; family

Australia Day (Kriv Stenders, 2017) wr. Stephen M. Irwin, dp Geoffrey Hall; Bryan Brown, Isabelle Cornish; drama; Sydney FF, June

Garry Gillard | New: 21 December, 2012 | Now: 12 May, 2017