Jefferson, Dee
May 2008
Inside Film;May2008, Issue 109, p025
The article features Jasmine Yuen-Carrucan's debut feature film "Cactus." The film has been presold to Channel Nine and a Hoyts Distribution deal. Jasmine reportedly had an invaluable support from Bryan Brown, a veteran of the international film industry. Brown suggested to have the film produced through his company, New Town Films. Brown did some fundraising too, asking financial help from IndiVision, Australian Film Commission (AFC) and the New South Wales Film and Television Office (NSW FTO).


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