Jane Campion was born on April 30, 1954 in Wellington, New Zealand, and now lives in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. She studied at the Australian Film and Television School where she made her first short films: Tissues (1980), Mishaps: Seduction and Conquest (1981), Peel (1982), Passionless Moments (1983), A Girl's Own Story (1984), Two Friends (1986). Her filmography includes: 1989 Sweetie (Bryon Kennedy Award, Australian Film Institute) 1990 An Angle at my Table 1993 The Piano (Academy Award for best original screenplay, Palm d'Or at Cannes, and more prizes) 1996 Portrait for a Lady 1999 Holy Smoke
All Movie Guide: Jane Campion
Biography, collaborators, filmography.
IMDb: Jane Campion
Her profile at the Internet Movie Database. With filmography, biography, and various links.
Where the boys are, by Jessica Hundley.
Browse through a collection of articles about the woman film director.
Oz Cinema.com: Jane Campino
Joshua Smith profiles the director of "The Piano".
Piano Lessons - Jane Campion Composes Herself
Portrait of the director with summaries of her films, by Peter Keough.
Jane Campion on her new movie and other mysteries, by Judith Lewis [LA Weekly]. (January 27, 2000)
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