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Mrs McCutcheon
Directed by
John Sheedy

Australia / 2017 / 16:30
New York Premiere

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Now in his third school, 10-year-old Tom, who feels he was born in the wrong body, is having trouble settling in and finding acceptance from his newfound peers, but a school dance is about to revolutionize it all.
John Sheedy is an Australian multi-award winning director. He is a graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA). Based in Melbourne, he is a director of drama and musicals for the stage as well as opera. Over the past decade, Sheedy has built up a body of work for theatres and festivals in Australia and overseas. His work has been praised for its visceral performances, innovative staging and arresting visual style. Mrs McCutcheon is his debut in film.
Cast/Featuring: Alec Golinger, Wesley Patten, Nadine Garner, Virginia Gay
Executive Producer(s): Buffalo Media
Producer(s): Andre Lima, Jenny Vila
Director(s): John Sheedy
Screenwriter(s): Ben Young
Cinematographer(s): Sky Davies
Editor(s): Johanna Scott
Production Designer(s): Marg Horwell
Composer(s)/Music: Iain Grandage
Sound Designer(s): Brendan Croxon

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