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Rosemary Blight

With a career spanning almost twenty years, Rosemary Blight is one of Australia's leading producers.

Rosemary has just completed The Eternity Man with UK director Julien Temple and is also executive producer of James Bogle's feature film Closed for Winter, starring Natalie Imbruglia and based on Georgia Blain's novel of the same title. Rosemary is the producer of the 2007 Sundance hit Clubland (released as Introducing The Dwights by Warner Independent Pictures in USA), starring Oscar nominee Brenda Blethyn, directed by Cherie Nowlan and written by Keith Thompson.

Rosemary's other feature credits include Neil Mansfield's Fresh Air and James Bogle's award winning In The Winter Dark.

Rosemary's television credits include the ratings winning telemovie Go Big (2003), the 26-part drama series, Love Is A Four Letter Word (2000), the AFI and Logie nominated telemovies Small Claims 1, 2 & 3 (2004-2006) and the telemovie Stepfather of the Bride (2005), written by Geoffrey Atherden. Rosemary is Executive Producer of the AFI and Logie winner Lockie Leonard, the 26-part children's series, based on the novels by Tim Winton and Scorched, the major television and cross platform event for the Nine Network and Granada.

Rosemary is also a board member of the New South Wales Film & Television Office.



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