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Jill Bilcock: Dancing The Invisible

M Documentary

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Synopsis

An unprecedented feature documentary about one of the world’s leading film artists – Australian film editor Jill Bilcock.

With credits including Strictly Ballroom, Muriel’s Wedding, The Dish, Moulin Rouge!, Romeo + Juliet and Road to Perdition Jill Bilcock is regarded as one the world’s great film editors. Axel Grigor’s hugely entertaining documentary traces Bilcock’s journey from Melbourne film student in the 1960s to working as an extra in Bollywood movies and learning her craft when Australia had virtually no feature film industry. Bilcock’s cheeky charm and illuminating appearances by key collaborators make this a must-see for film lovers.

Release Date 19 July 2018
Running Time 1hr 18m
Rating M | Mature
Cast Jill Bilcock, Baz Luhrmann, Cate Blanchett, Fred Schepisi
Director Axel Grigor

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