Australia | 1999 | 26 minutes | Color | Order No. 01710
"Refreshing and accessible..."
"Glover's documentary is an examination of assumptions and stereotypes as much as a personal story."
SCREENING HIGHLIGHTS AND AWARDS
- WYBE Through the Lens Series
- Women on Women Festival, Sydney
- Queerscreen, Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras
- Flickerfest 2000, Sydney
- 10th Annual Melbourne Queer Film and Video Festival
- Inside Out Lesbian and Gay Festival, Toronto
- Revelation Independent Film Festival, Aukland, NZ
- Women in the Director's Chair, Chicago
- SF Gay and Lesbian Film Festival
BLACK SHEEP is Louise Glover's first documentary. She has a varied background, including working on the Aboriginal and Islander Social Justice Commission, several years with the Federal Police and many years working as a waitress at a busy harborside restaurant. (09/09)
Chili Films is an independent Australian production company that has been producing television documentaries and dramas for the past ten years.
Chili Films’ feature-length documentary My Mother India has won many awards including The Rouben Mamoulian Award, and CRC Award at the Dendy Awards - Sydney Film Festival 2002.
MUCH ADO ABOUT SOMETHING shown on ABC television, made with director Mike Rubbo in association with the Helpful Eye, had its international premiere at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival, 2001.
Films including Life On Earth As I Know It; Too Many Captain Cooks; Payback; My Bed Your Bed; Photographic Memory; My Mother My Son; and BLACK SHEEP have been screened widely and won many awards. (12/07)