Alister Grierson est un scénariste et réalisateur australien.En 2005, au Tropfest, le festival des courts-métrages à Sydney en Australie, il a été récompensé trois fois pour son troisième film.↑ (en) « Tropfest 2005 Winners », sur Urban Cinefile,‎ 205 (consulté le 6 novembre 2011)

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  • Alister Grierson est un scénariste et réalisateur australien.En 2005, au Tropfest, le festival des courts-métrages à Sydney en Australie, il a été récompensé trois fois pour son troisième film.
  • Alister Grierson (born 1969) is an Australian film director and scriptwriter.Born in Canberra, he completed his secondary schooling at Canberra Grammar, graduated in Economics and Arts from the Australian National University and studied Japanese in Tokyo. As an under 18 Australian Rules player, he represented the ACT in the Teal Cup but later switched codes to Rugby, playing 1st grade both for his school and the ANU. Whilst at university, his interest in film-making developed, and he later gained a Master of Arts in Directing at AFTRS. He has shot 15 short films winning three Tropfest awards and is the director of the feature film, Kokoda, which he co-wrote.In 2009 Grierson was invited to the Avatar set during shooting by James Cameron, and was selected to direct a 3D cave-diving drama Sanctum, using the Cameron-developed Fusion Camera System. The script is inspired by the near-death experience of one of the writers, Andrew Wight, who was trapped in a cave collapse under the Nullarbor Plain. It was shot at Warner Roadshow Studios on the Queensland Gold Coast, and the film opened 4 February 2011. By mid-March the film had joined the top ten Worldwide Box Office Results (Australian Films): All Time, in ninth position. The worldwide gross had reached $108,943,221 by 19 October 2011.He is the director of Parer's War, starring Matthew Le Nevez and Adelaide Clemens, a dramatised biopic about Damien Parer for the ABC. Although set in Sydney (for the Australian locations), much of the filming was done in Queensland. The script, by Alison Nisselle, is an adaptation of Neil McDonald's book Damien Parer’s War. It will premiere on 27 April 2014.
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  • Alister Grierson est un scénariste et réalisateur australien.En 2005, au Tropfest, le festival des courts-métrages à Sydney en Australie, il a été récompensé trois fois pour son troisième film.↑ (en) « Tropfest 2005 Winners », sur Urban Cinefile,‎ 205 (consulté le 6 novembre 2011)
  • Alister Grierson (born 1969) is an Australian film director and scriptwriter.Born in Canberra, he completed his secondary schooling at Canberra Grammar, graduated in Economics and Arts from the Australian National University and studied Japanese in Tokyo. As an under 18 Australian Rules player, he represented the ACT in the Teal Cup but later switched codes to Rugby, playing 1st grade both for his school and the ANU.
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