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Luhrmann

Baz (Mark Anthony). born 1962, Australian film director and screenwriter; his films include Strictly Ballroom (1992), Romeo and Juliet (1996), and Moulin Rouge (2001)
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In using such tropes from colonial films in a straightforward manner, Luhrmann also succumbs to their imperialist worldview.
Recognised for his sumptuous production values, unique visual style and for depicting worlds that are both glamorous and haunting in films such as Strictly Ballroom and Romeo & Juliet, Luhrmann also recently ventured into TV with a Netflix series.
Luhrmann - handsome with his trademark grey locks - is both engaging and funny, breaking off in between questions to passionately explain the series format ("I liken it to the way Dickens wrote his novels, in episodic form, as opposed to novella").
Having joined the XCAT Series at the beginning of this season, the prospect of competing at home is something Antony de Fina and Brett Luhrmann have been savouring.
Learned cultural expectations about the nature of mind and self may encourage Americans with schizophrenia to pay more attention to negative, hostile voices," Luhrmann says.
Luhrmann wants the 39-year-old star to play the legendary singer and it is believed that his Oscar winner Catherine Martin, would do the costume designing and possibly production designing as well, added the insider.
Luhrmann presents us with what he does best; a movie showered with extravagant decor and vociferous musical performances, but most of the musical scenes seemed as if they could have been taken from Moulin Rouge , Luhrmann's popular musical.
Luhrmann develops Nick as narrator, a reflection of Fitzgerald, the alcoholic author, to explain how and why the story is being told.
Director Baz Luhrmann transformed the words of F Scott Fitzgerald into a world of outlandish imagination.
Luhrmann on cue crafts his most resplendent film yet.
Despite his best efforts, Luhrmann merely reinforces the notion that The Great Gatsby remains unfilmable.
The film marks the second time Di Caprio and Luhrmann have teamed up since Romeo and Juliet in 1996.