An acclaimed Australian screenwriter, Laura Jones first garnered attention with "High Tide" (1987, directed by Gillian Armstrong), an original and atmospheric character study of a troubled woman who i...
|Oscar and Lucinda||1997||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Angel At My Table||1991||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|A Thousand Acres||1997||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Adapted the Elizabeth Jolly novel "The Well", helmed by Samantha Lang|
|Reunited with Jane Campion for "The Portrait of a Lady"|
|Penned the teleplay for "Cass", directed by Chris Noonan|
|First original screenplay, "High Tide"; also first screen collaboration with director Gillian Armstrong|
|Early TV screenwriting credit, the Australian telefilm "Say You Want Me"|
|Penned the screen adaptation of Jane Smiley's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel "A Thousand Acres", directed by Jocelyn Moorhouse|
|Wrote the adaptation of Peter Carey's novel "Oscar and Lucinda", directed by Gillian Armstrong|
|Adapted Janet Frame's memoir, "An Angel at My Table" as a three-part miniseries for Australian TV; directed by Jane Campion, the work was released theatrically in an edited form in Europe and the USA|
|"Jones says [Peter] Carey equates adaptation with smashing a pot and remaking it. 'I am much more tender in the beginning. After that,' Jones says, 'I like to put the pot away and let the pot's spirit stay with me." --From "Sydney 2000: Olympic City", a supplement to VARIETY, September 15-21, 1997|
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