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"Tanna" Director Looks Back On Journey That Made Oscar History Down Under
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The premiere of "Tanna," Australia's first-ever Oscar nominee for a foreign language film, was as far from Hollywood glamor as one can get. The guests gathered not in an opulent theatre, but in a cyclone-flattened village on a remote island. There were no glittering gowns, but plenty of grass...

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Rich Michell
Cinematographer, Director