1. Introducing the Dwights

    Director: Cherie Nowlan
    Writers: Brenda Blethyn (writer: additional stand-up comedy material), Jo Brand (writer: additional stand-up comedy material) & Keith Thompson
    Stars: Brenda Blethyn, Khan Chittenden and Emma Booth

    The shy son of an aging comedienne tries to find a balance between his demanding home life, his new girlfriend, and his mother's second chance at fame.

    Australian Film Institute 2007
    Won, AFI Award - Best Supporting Actress: Emma Booth
    Nominated, AFI Award - Best Direction: Cherie Nowlan
    Nominated, AFI Award - Best Screenplay (Original or Adapted): Keith Thompson
    Nominated, AFI Award - Best Cinematography: Mark Wareham
    Nominated, AFI Award - Best Editing: Scott Gray
    Nominated, AFI Award - Best Sound: Andrew Neil, Ian McLoughlin, Liam Egan, Stephen Vaughan
    Nominated, AFI Award - Best Production Design: Nell Hanson
    Nominated, AFI Award - Best Costume Design: Emily Seresin
    Nominated, AFI Award - Best Lead Actress: Brenda Blethyn
    Nominated, AFI Award - Best Supporting Actor: Frankie J. Holden
    Nominated, AFI Award - Best Supporting Actor: Richard Wilson
    Australian Screen Sound Guild 2007
    Nominated, ASSG Award - Best Achievement in Sound for Film Sound Design: Liam Egan, Andrew Neil, Mario Vaccaro, Andy Wright, David White, Jason Mannell, Phil Jeffers, Carly Mooney
    Nominated, ASSG Award - Best Achievement in Sound for Film Sound Recording: Stephen Vaughan, Pip Mason

    Nominated, ASSG Award - Feature Film Soundtrack of the Year

    Australian Writers' Guild 2007
    Nominated, Awgie Award - Feature Film - Original: Keith Thompson

    Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards: 2008
    Won, FCCA Award - Best Actress - Supporting Role: Emma Booth
    Nominated, FCCA Award - Best Actor - Supporting Role: Richard Wilson

    IF Awards 2007
    Nominated, IF Award - Best Actress: Brenda Blethyn
    Nominated, IF Award - Best Production Design: Neil Hanson
    Nominated, IF Award - Best Sound: Liam Egan, Ian McLoughlin, Andrew Neil, Stephen Vaughan

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  2. TV movie Australia
    February 21, 2011 (Nine)
    Ratings: 1.015 million viewers
    Produced by Screentime Pty Ltd
    Producers: Peter Gawler, Elisa Argenzio
    Director: Cherie Nowlan
    Writer: Kris Mrksa

    Recounts the incredible tale of British-Australian drug smuggler David McMillan, the only man ever to escape from Bangkok's Klong Prem prison — The Bangkok Hilton.

    Starring: Toby Schmitz, Claire van der Boom, Jeremy Sims, Aaron Jeffery, Nicholas Eadie, Brendan Cowell, Freya Stafford, Josh Lawson, John Orcisk, William Zappa, Heather Mitchell, Deirdre Rubenstein

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  3. Directed by Cherie Nowlan
    Produced by Jonathan Shteinman
    Written by Alexandra Long

    Starring Cate Blanchett, Richard Roxburgh, Frances O'Connor & Celia Ireland
    Release date(s) 1997
    Running time 91 minutes
    Country Australia
    Language English

    Thank God He Met Lizzie is a 1997 Australian romantic comedy film starring Cate Blanchett and Richard Roxburgh. It was the directorial debut of Cherie Nowlan. In the United States, the film was released as The Wedding Party.
    It revolves around two stories, firstly the upcoming wedding of Lizzie (Cate) and Guy (Richard) and a second story in flashback of Guy's previous relationship with Jenny (Frances O'Connor).



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