Image - Ryan Kwanten and Peter Templeman on location
We're back into the film realm this Friday with Not Suitable For Children director Peter Templeman returning to the AFTRS fold to share his feature filmmaking debut. And yes, after our Friday on My Mind chat, AFTRS is hosting a screening of Not Suitable for Children - so come along at 5pm and join the fun!
Peter Templeman, has garnered 38 awards all up for his short films, including an Academy Award nomination in 2007 for his AFTRS short The Saviour and has also worked extensively in television, directing shows that include, Dead Gorgeous, Bogan Pride and the BAFTA nominated episode of Lockie Leonard: Ladder of Love.
This year Peter saw the release of first feature Not Suitable for Children - written by fellow AFTRS alumni Michael Lucas, which just picked up the AWGIE in the Original Feature Film category. Not Suitable for Children was a five-year labour of love for Peter who will share how he found the experience of directing his first feature-length film, as well as what it takes to direct an urban-comedy in an Australian context.