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Issue Details: First known date: 2008... 2008 Mother Fish
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Adaptations

form y separately published work icon Mother Fish Khoa Do , ( dir. Khoa Do ) Sydney : Powerhouse Youth Theatre , 2010 Z1714598 2010 single work film/TV

Mother Fish takes us onboard a fishing boat with two teenage sisters as they take an unforgettable journey with their uncle and a young fisherman in search of a new home. The four are forced to overcome tremendous challenges as they do everything they can to reach land.'

Mother Fish is officially the director's cut of Missing Water - a film which screened at the 2009 Sydney Film Festival and the 2009 Brisbane International Film Festival to much acclaim. Following on from the screening at these festivals; producer and director Khoa Do was allowed further flexibility to complete the film in accordance with his original vision and produce the director's cut of the film. Mother Fish is the director's cut and final vision of the film. (Mother Fish website http://www.motherfish.com.au/awards/ , sighted 7/08/2010.)

Production Details

  • Produced at Riverside Theatres, Parramatta, 24-25 May 2008.

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Works about this Work

Crying Like a Refugee Stephen Downie , 2008 single work column
— Appears in: The Daily Telegraph , 16 May 2008; (p. 126)
Crying Like a Refugee Stephen Downie , 2008 single work column
— Appears in: The Daily Telegraph , 16 May 2008; (p. 126)
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