Australian Cinema > types > Fremantle
Aussie Park Boyz (Nunzio La Bianca, 2004) climactic scene shot at the corner of High and Cliff Streets
Below (Maziar Lahooti, 2019) wr. Ian Wilding, prod. Veronica Gleeson, Nick Batzias, Kate Neyton; Anthony LaPaglia, Ryan Corr, Morgana O'Reilly, Alison Whyte, Phoenix Raeli, Robert Rabiah, Zenia Starr, Adam T. Perkins, Kenneth Ransom, Lauren Campbell, Maziar Lahooti, Luke Esme; scifi; partly shot in Fremantle Prison; MIFF August
Great Mint Swindle, The* (Geoff Bennett, 2012) the story of the Mickelberg brothers and a theft of gold from the WA Mint; based on true story; the Subiaco office scenes were shot inside and out of 20 Stack St Fremantle
Home Port (Phillip Thomson, 1997) wr. Christine Evans, Phillip Thomson; domestic drama; US Navy visit to Fremantle, WA; 110 min.
I Met a Girl (Luke Eve, 2020) wr. Glen Dolman; Brenton Thwaites, Joel Jackson, Lily Sullivan, Zahra Newman, Peter Rowsthorn, Anni Finsterer, Anita Hegh, Liam Graham, Saskie Williscroft, Inez Curro, Amy Mathews, Dan Paris, Glen Dolman, Angela Mahlatjie, Anya Kenner; drama; shot partly in the West End of Fremantle
Joys of the Women, The (Franco di Chiera, 1993) WA; doco about the choir founded in Fremantle by Kavisha Mazzella AM, Le Gioie delle Donne; the film is distributed by Electric Pictures, 33 Canning Hwy, East Fremantle: I actually went in and bought a copy there, tho they don't usually sell over the counter
Justice (Ron Elliott, 1998)* wr. prod. Bob Roget; dop Alex McPhee; Marcus Graham, Kerry Armstrong; West Coast Pictures; shot in Fremantle 1997 including extensive use of the derelict South Fremantle Power Station as a location
Last Train to Freo (Jeremy Sims, 2006) wr. Reg Cribb (play) Reg Cribb (screenplay) prod. Sue Taylor, Greg Duffy, Lisa Duff; Steve Le Marquand, Gigi Edgley (daughter of Michael Edgley, son of Eric (Mick) Edgley, theatrical promoters) Tom Budge, Glenn Hazeldine, Lisa Hensley, Gillian Jones, Reg Cribb; Australian release 14 September 2006; 85 min.
Pursuit of Happiness, The (Martha Ansara, 1988) prod. Martha Ansara, wr. Martha Ansara, Laura Black, Alex Gibson; Anna Gare, Laura Black, Peter Hardy, Jack Coleman; set and shot in Fremantle WA; female journo involved in peace movement; low-budget political thriller
Roll (Martin Wilson, 2004) telemovie, wr. Dave Warner, prod. Angie Smith, dp Torstein Dyrting, music James Ledger; John Batchelor, Mike Frencham, Marcus Graham, Irene Jarzabeck, Toby Malone, Michael Muntz, Renee Newman-Storen, David Ngoombujarra, Damien Robertson, Simon Scott, George Shevtsov, Tasma Walton; young country footballer comes to the big smoke to stay with his cousin, wanting a quiet night; WA
Sororal (Sam Barrett, 2013) aka Dark Sister; Amanda Woodhams, Liam Graham, James Helm, Vito de Francesco, Nicola Bartlett; thriller; Perth WA; Fremantle: the opening scene was shot on Monument Hill
Thunderstruck (Darren Ashton, 2003) dop Geoffrey Hall, ed. Martin Connor; Roy Billing, Stephen Curry, Damon Gameau, Jason Gann, Ryan Johnson, Kestie Morassi, Callan Mulvey, Sam Worthington; AC/DC fans want to bury friend's ashes next to Bon Scott's: his marker is in Fremantle Cemetery; shot in Fremantle and Adelaide
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