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Pawno
Directed byPaul Ireland
Produced byDamian Hill
Paul Ireland
Written byDamian Hill
StarringJohn Brumpton
Damian Hill
Maeve Dermody
Malcolm Kennard
Mark Coles Smith
Music byTristan Dewey
Tai Jordan
CinematographyShelley Farthing-Dawe
Edited byGary Woodyard
Production
company
Distributed byMind Blowing Films
Release date
21 April 2016
89 min
CountryAustralia
LanguageEnglish
Formation

Pawno is a 2016 Australian romantic comedydrama film set in the diverse and multicultural Melbourne suburb of Footscray. It was released in cinemas around Australia on 21 April 2016 by Mind Blowing World.

The film was directed by Paul Ireland from a script by Damian Hill. The two co-produced their debut feature film through their production company, Toothless Pictures. It stars John Brumpton, Kerry Armstrong, Maeve Dermody, Damian Hill, Mark Coles Smith and Malcolm Kennard.

The film premiered to critical success, and was the fastest-selling Australian film at the Melbourne International Film Festival 2015, finishing in the top 10 for the MIFF Audience Award. Film critic David Stratton of At the Movies, gave Pawno four stars [1] in The Australian.

Plot synopsis[edit]

Pawno is set in the multicultural suburb of Footscray, Victoria. A character-driven story, Pawno examines the intersecting lives of 14 local characters and their resident pawnbroker.

Cast[edit]

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  • John Brumpton as Les Underwood
  • Maeve Dermody as Kate
  • Damian Hill as Danny Williams
  • Malcolm Kennard as Carlo
  • Mark Coles Smith as Pauly
  • Kerry Armstrong as Jennifer Montgomery
  • Tony Rickards as Harry
  • Daniel Frederiksen as Paige Turner
  • Brad McMurray as Jason Spears

Production[edit]

The film was independently-funded through a Pozible campaign,[2] and was shortlisted [3] for the $100,000 Cinefest Oz prize.

Reception[edit]

Pawno currently holds a 75% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Russell Marks in The Monthly gave the film a scathing review. 'Australian cinema regularly produces better, funnier, more perceptive content than Pawno. The film’s real quality is in its capacity to market both its multiculturalism and its localism, while reflecting a nostalgia among its audience for a mythic monoculture. Only about half the audience at the screening I was at were laughing, and a couple walked out partway through. I wanted to, but I also wanted to write about it.'[4]

Accolades[edit]

AwardCategoryRecipientsResult
AACTA Awards
(6th)
Best Original ScreenplayDamian HillNominated
Best ActorNominated
John BrumptonNominated
Best ActressMaeve DermodyNominated
Best Supporting ActorMark Coles SmithNominated
Best Supporting ActressKerry ArmstrongNominated
AFCA AwardsBest FilmPaul IrelandNominated
Damian HillNominated
Best ScreenplayNominated
Best ActorJohn BrumptonNominated
FCCA AwardsBest Script/ScreenplayDamian HillNominated
Best ActorJohn BrumptonNominated
Best ActressMaeve DermodyNominated
Best Actor - Supporting RoleMark Coles SmithNominated
Best Actress - Supporting RoleKerry ArmstrongNominated
Golden Trailer AwardsBest Independent TrailerToothless PicturesNominated
Melbourne International Film FestivalPeople's Choice Award for Best Narrative FeaturePaul IrelandNominated
Screen Music Awards, AustraliaBest Original Song ('Those Friends of Mine')Tristan Dewey and Tai JordanNominated
Tallinn Black Nights Film FestivalTridens Award for Best MusicWon

External links[edit]

  • Pawno on Internet Movie Database
  • Pawno on Rotten Tomatoes

References[edit]

  1. ^http://www.theaustralian.com.au/arts/review/film-review-pawno-marguerite-wide-open-sky/news-story/fdde82133b57e64d5659fa63b1617dcb
  2. ^http://www.theaustralian.com.au/arts/review/pawno-creators-paul-ireland-and-damian-hill-do-it-tough-in-footscray/news-story/a9a8d3c079649577290906675de8e585
  3. ^https://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/entertainment/a/31397937/cinefestoz-favourite-pawno-gets-a-season-on-the-big-screen/
  4. ^https://www.themonthly.com.au/blog/russell-marks/2016/27/2016/1464319618/unredeemed-goods

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Pawn
Directed byDavid A. Armstrong
Produced by
  • Michael Becker
  • Brad Luff
  • Co-Producers:
  • Andrew Hunt
  • Leigh Scott
  • Executive Producers:
  • Lainie Guidry
  • Cissy Guidry
  • Jeff Bozz
  • Pamela M. Burrus
  • Cameron Denny
  • Roman Kopelevich
  • Jeff Rice
  • Rick St. George
Written byJerome Anthony White
Starring
  • Michael Chiklis
Music byJacob Yoffee
Edited byJordan Goldman
Danny Saphire
Distributed byScreen Gems
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  • September 19, 2013
88 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Box office$4,141[1]

Pawn is a 2013 American direct-to-video film directed by David A. Armstrong in his directorial debut.

Plot[edit]

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An old gangster, with a hard drive containing records of who he paid off, is targeted by a competition between dirty cops, internal affairs, etc. The dirty cops hire a thug to get into the safe (in the back of a diner) at midnight. But he brings his friends and goes too early for the time-release lock. Another crooked cop shows up (for uncertain reasons). The shooting ensues and during hostage negotiations the thug tries to put the blame onto an ex-con who just got out of jail, so that no one notices the real target is the hard drive.

Cast[edit]

  • Forest Whitaker as Will
  • Michael Chiklis as Derrick
  • Stephen Lang as Charlie
  • Ray Liotta as Man in the Suit
  • Nikki Reed as Amanda
  • Common as Jeff Porter
  • Marton Csokas as Lt Barnes
  • Max Beesley as Billy
  • Jonathan Bennett as Aaron
  • Nathan Parsons as Nypd Officer 1
  • Aly Michalka as Nypd officer 2
  • Cameron Denny as Nigel
  • Jessica Szohr as Bonnie
  • Matt Lanter as Rick
  • Jon Hamm as FBI Agent Mike
  • Mark Valley as FBI Agent
  • Sean Faris as Nick Davenport
  • Ronald Guttman as Yuri Mikelov
  • Jordan Belfi as Patrick

References[edit]

  1. ^'Pawn'. Box Office Mojo. Amazon. Retrieved August 15, 2018.

External links[edit]

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  • Pawn on IMDb
  • Pawn at AllMovie
  • Pawn at Rotten Tomatoes

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