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The Dressmaker to have World Premiere at Toronto International Film Festival

Screen Australia Press Release

AUSTRALIAN TALENT DOMINATES IN 40TH TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2015

Read the full press release at Screen Australia’s website.

Screen Australia congratulates the producers and creative teams of Australian films The Dressmaker and The Daughter, which have both been selected overnight for the 40th Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). The Dressmaker will have its world premiere in the red carpet Gala Presentations section, and The Daughter will have its North American premiere in the Special Presentations section. Other Australian talent including Wayne Blair, Nicole Kidman, Naomi Watts and Joel Edgerton will feature over various titles throughout the Gala and Special Presentations sections.

Richard Harris, Head of Business and Audience at Screen Australia, says: “2015 continues to be a banner year for Australian film on the international stage, where the hits just seem to keep coming. The Dressmaker and The Daughter are both such assured and yet distinctive films, and it is wonderful to see them get the profile they deserve at the 2015 Toronto Film Festival. We congratulate directors Jocelyn Moorhouse and Simon Stone, and their creative teams, on their selection into the festival and look forward to supporting their releases to Australian and international audiences in the months to come.”

Director of The Dressmaker, Jocelyn Moorhouse, says: “I am delighted The Dressmaker was officially selected for TIFF. This is a huge honour, and I can’t wait to show audiences the beautiful performances of Kate Winslet, Liam Hemsworth, Judy Davis and Hugo Weaving as well as our extraordinary ensemble cast.”

Producer Sue Maslin says “The invitation to hold the world premiere of The Dressmaker at a Gala screening of the Toronto International Film Festival is an enormous honour and hugely exciting. It is recognition of our extraordinary actors and crew who took their screen artistry to the highest level in this film. It also announces that, like Tilly Dunnage, Jocelyn Moorhouse is back!”

 

Read the TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCEMENT