August 11th, 2013
The Creative History of Cherie Nowlan, Director of Clubland Cherie Nowlan began her professional career as a journalist. Then she started working in television and film, and pursed duties as a writer, production assistant, Oxnard DIRECTV, and worked under multiple production companies. Cherie Nowlan grew up in a small town of Singleton, Australia. In 1993, she studied at the Australian Film and Radio School. It was from this point of view where she gained her analytic and critical skills which would later be useful as a well known and well respected movie director.I found some more information here. Cherie Nowlan’s most popular film is the 1997 film Thank God He Met Lizzie which introduced Cate Blanchett into the world of cinema. It was Nowlan’s first directorial debut as a feature film. She then went on to direct the 2007 film Clubland which has become critically and internationally recognized. Cherie Nowlan also went on to have a successful working history in the television business. And had her hand at television shows that became movies like Marking Time, Small Claims, and The Alice. All in all Nowlan’s creative career has been one built on growth and development and evolving through the difficult and competitive world of films. However, it’s Nowlan’s art to find ways of exploring culture through movie making and television.