6 x 1 hour
Rich in detail and authenticity, ANZAC Girls tells the true stories of five Australian and New Zealand army nurses. These young women put their lives on the line for King and Country, tending to the wounded and maimed soldiers of World War I, with their own unique warmth, compassion and humour - bringing a "touch of home" to distraught and damaged men. The nurses of ANZAC Girls undergo extraordinary personal journeys, overcoming prejudice, heartbreak and adversity as they play their parts in the theatre of war.
Based on the book 'The Other ANZACS' by Peter Rees, and drawing on the original diaries, letters and photographs that passed between the nurses and their lovers, families and friends, as well as on countless historical records, ANZAC Girls tells the harrowing but ultimately life-affirming story of five hitherto unsung heroines of The Great War.
Australian High Commission - Premier Screening at Australia House
FIPA 2014 - Official Screening: International Creation
Australia Writers Guild (AWGIE) 2014 - Best Mini Series (Adapted)
Screen Producers Award Nomination 2014
Monte Carlo Television Awards 2015 (nomination) - Best Mini-Series
Monte Carlo Television Awards 2015 (nomination) - Best Actress (Georgina Flood)
"A pleasure to watch" - The Independent
"Impressive" - The Guardian
Screentime Pty (a Banijay Company) for ABC 1, Australia
Antonia Prebble (the Blue Rose), Georgia Flood, Laura Brent, Anna Mcgahan, Brandon Mcclelland, Todd Lasance, Caroline Craig
Felicity Packard And Niki Aken
Executive Producers: Des Monaghan & Greg Haddrick For Screentime, A Banijay Group Company; Carole Sklan & David Ogilvy For Abc; Producers: Lisa Scott & Felicity Packard
Ken Cameron And Ian Watson
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