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Hello
Hello
DATE: 2010/10/09::
2
Chris Noonan interview for Miss Potter
Chris Noonan interview for Miss Potter
DATE: 2008/04/10::
3
Chris Noonan Byjoty Juggling Routine
Chris Noonan Byjoty Juggling Routine
DATE: 2011/05/01::
4
Noonan Martial Arts Master Chris Noonan
Noonan Martial Arts Master Chris Noonan
DATE: 2013/05/21::
5
Round 3 of JUGGLE with Chris Noonan, answer and new trick
Round 3 of JUGGLE with Chris Noonan, answer and new trick
DATE: 2011/11/09::
6
Meet Dr. Chris Noonan of the NeuroSpine Institute in Eugene, Oregon
Meet Dr. Chris Noonan of the NeuroSpine Institute in Eugene, Oregon
DATE: 2014/06/10::
7
Myka 9 - Respectful (feat. Chris Noonan)
Myka 9 - Respectful (feat. Chris Noonan)
DATE: 2013/01/16::
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JUGGLE with Chris Noonan round 4 - answer and new trick
JUGGLE with Chris Noonan round 4 - answer and new trick
DATE: 2011/11/12::
9
American Humane Association PSA - Chris Noonan 2
American Humane Association PSA - Chris Noonan 2
DATE: 2007/03/09::
10
Frank Rosenthal (Renzo Gracie) vs Chris Noonan (Hive MMA)
Frank Rosenthal (Renzo Gracie) vs Chris Noonan (Hive MMA)
DATE: 2015/04/12::
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Niagara coach Dave Burkholder, Chris Noonan after 2-1 OT loss to RIT in Atlantic Hockey semifinal
Niagara coach Dave Burkholder, Chris Noonan after 2-1 OT loss to RIT in Atlantic Hockey semifinal
DATE: 2012/03/17::
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Trick for Chris Noonan
Trick for Chris Noonan
DATE: 2008/09/12::
13
American Humane Association  PSA - Chris Noonan 1
American Humane Association PSA - Chris Noonan 1
DATE: 2007/03/09::
14
For Chris Noonan, Dave Leahy and Thom Wall
For Chris Noonan, Dave Leahy and Thom Wall
DATE: 2012/06/05::
15
Chris Noonan • Maine StrongMan 6 • Event 4 Conan
Chris Noonan • Maine StrongMan 6 • Event 4 Conan's Wheel
DATE: 2013/10/14::
16
The Wellbeing Manager Interviews Chris Noonan on superfoods
The Wellbeing Manager Interviews Chris Noonan on superfoods
DATE: 2011/01/22::
17
Chris Noonan Makes A Big Save - Jan. 28, 2011
Chris Noonan Makes A Big Save - Jan. 28, 2011
DATE: 2011/01/29::
18
Chris Noonan • Maine StrongMan 6 • Event #5: Atlas Stone Series
Chris Noonan • Maine StrongMan 6 • Event #5: Atlas Stone Series
DATE: 2013/10/14::
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Happy Jam by Something Different w/ Brian Swizlow and Chris Noonan from Moo-Got-2 : Humboldt Co.
Happy Jam by Something Different w/ Brian Swizlow and Chris Noonan from Moo-Got-2 : Humboldt Co.
DATE: 2010/04/08::
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Respectful (feat. Chris Noonan)
Respectful (feat. Chris Noonan)
DATE: 2014/07/26::
21
Kiersten Noonan Surfing
Kiersten Noonan Surfing
DATE: 2015/02/26::
22
Trick for Chris Noonan (120fps high speed)
Trick for Chris Noonan (120fps high speed)
DATE: 2011/07/07::
23
iFly VA beach April
iFly VA beach April
DATE: 2015/04/05::
24
Drum Fest 2013 - Noonan Preview
Drum Fest 2013 - Noonan Preview
DATE: 2013/04/26::
25
4way team NH video
4way team NH video
DATE: 2015/04/15::
26
Chris and kims Wedding flash mob
Chris and kims Wedding flash mob
DATE: 2015/01/12::
27
Ivy & Gold
Ivy & Gold
DATE: 2011/07/13::
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Gloria (Based On Saint-Saëns
Gloria (Based On Saint-Saëns's Organ Symphony) - Libera
DATE: 2009/09/27::
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The Outdoor Type
The Outdoor Type
DATE: 2013/09/06::
30
First Try
First Try
DATE: 2011/09/09::
31
Chris Matthews: Jim Cramer, Peggy Noonan & Eugene Robinson on Economy 10/06/08 Part 1
Chris Matthews: Jim Cramer, Peggy Noonan & Eugene Robinson on Economy 10/06/08 Part 1
DATE: 2008/10/07::
32
Babe Official Trailer #1 - Miriam Margolyes Movie (1995) HD
Babe Official Trailer #1 - Miriam Margolyes Movie (1995) HD
DATE: 2011/12/13::
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Ranch 4 26
Ranch 4 26
DATE: 2015/04/29::
34
BYJOTY routine
BYJOTY routine
DATE: 2012/04/19::
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Cyclone Tracy - Darwin, Christmas 1974
Cyclone Tracy - Darwin, Christmas 1974
DATE: 2010/09/24::
36
Hi!
Hi!
DATE: 2013/01/12::
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Chris Matthews and Peggy Noonan pay respects to the late William F. Buckley Jr.
Chris Matthews and Peggy Noonan pay respects to the late William F. Buckley Jr.
DATE: 2011/02/26::
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adam burt  whalers at brian noonan hawks chris chelios 51 PIMS
adam burt whalers at brian noonan hawks chris chelios 51 PIMS
DATE: 2007/11/12::
39
Answer and new trick in JUGGLE with Haavard
Answer and new trick in JUGGLE with Haavard
DATE: 2011/11/01::
40
Terminator  Robot Kangaroo  "Ruminator"
Terminator Robot Kangaroo "Ruminator"
DATE: 2011/02/08::
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Tousignant knocking out Noonan
Tousignant knocking out Noonan
DATE: 2007/10/12::
42
Babe (6/9) Movie CLIP - A Dance for Babe (1995) HD
Babe (6/9) Movie CLIP - A Dance for Babe (1995) HD
DATE: 2011/06/27::
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Terminator Roo .  Realistic Talking Robot Kangaroo .
Terminator Roo . Realistic Talking Robot Kangaroo .
DATE: 2010/11/10::
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Sorry Jason
Sorry Jason
DATE: 2013/08/08::
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Miss Potter (Trailer español)
Miss Potter (Trailer español)
DATE: 2010/09/29::
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Space Invaders
Space Invaders
DATE: 2010/12/27::
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Round 1 of JUGGLE with Haavard
Round 1 of JUGGLE with Haavard
DATE: 2011/10/26::
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JUGGLE round four, answer and new trick
JUGGLE round four, answer and new trick
DATE: 2011/11/11::
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Merry Christmas!
Merry Christmas!
DATE: 2011/12/25::
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Round something, fail and new trick
Round something, fail and new trick
DATE: 2011/11/07::
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For other people named Chris Noonan, see Chris Noonan (disambiguation).
Chris Noonan
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Born Christopher Noonan
(1952-11-14) 14 November 1952 (age 62)
Sydney
Occupation Film director, film producer, screenwriter and actor
Years active 1970–present

Chris Noonan (born 14 November 1952)[1] is a Sydney-based Australian filmmaker and actor best known for the 1995 family film, Babe, for which he received Academy Award nominations as both director and writer.

Biography[edit]

Encouraged by his father, Noonan made his first short film, Could It Happen Here? when he was sixteen. It won a prize at the Sydney Film Festival and was later screened on Australian television.[1] On leaving school in 1970 Noonan went to work for the Commonwealth Film Unit (now Film Australia), as a production assistant, assistant editor, production manager and assistant director making short films and documentaries.[1]

In 1973 Noonan was in the inaugural intake on the directors' course (along with Gillian Armstrong and Phillip Noyce) at the Australian Film Television and Radio School.[1] In 1974 he returned to Film Australia where he worked on a number of films and documentaries, including working as assistant director on the cult movie The Cars That Ate Paris.[2] In 1976 he directed Film Australia's documentary series, "Our Asian Neighbours: India", including a film about Swami Shyam, a teacher of Vedant and Meditation living in the Indian Himalayas.[3]

In 1979 he set up his own production company, and in 1980 documented the lives of a troupe of handicapped actors, in the acclaimed Stepping Out,[1][2] which won the UNESCO prize in 1980 and an Australian Film Institute Award for 'Best Documentary' in 1981.[4] He co-wrote and co-directed the Australian mini-series The Cowra Breakout, wrote and directed five episodes of the mini-series, Vietnam, and made his television movie debut with The Riddle of the Stinson.[1][2]

Noonan served for two years (1987–88) as President of the Australian Screen Directors' Association, and in 1990 was appointed for a three-year term as Chairman of the Australian Film Commission.[1]

In 1995 he wrote the screenplay, with George Miller, and directed the film, Babe,[2] his first theatrical feature.[1] The film earned $US280m in its 18-language world theatrical release, a further $US217m in international video sales[1] and was nominated for seven Academy Awards (including nominations for Noonan for 'Best Director' and 'Best Adapted Screenplay'). His contributions also resulted in two British Academy Film Award nominations for 'Best Screenplay' and 'Best Film', a Saturn Award nomination at the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films for 'Best Writing', a Humanitas Prize nomination in the 'Best Feature Film' category, a Writers Guild of America award nomination for 'Best Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published', and winning a Film Critics Circle of Australia Award for 'Best Director', a London Critics Circle Award for 'Newcomer of the Year' and the New York Film Critics Circle Award for 'Best New Director'.[4]

He co-produced the popular Davida Allen telemovie, Feeling Sexy, in 1999.[1][2][5]

In 2006 he directed the biographical film, Miss Potter, based on the life of children's author Beatrix Potter.[1][2][6] Noonan has two further projects including Zebras, a drama set in the final days of apartheid South Africa and The Third Witch, a retelling of William Shakespere's Macbeth from the perspective of one of the witches, in development.[1]

Filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "Chris Noonan". Song Summit Sydney. April 2008. Retrieved 10 March 2010. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f "Chris Noonan". IMDb. Retrieved 10 March 2010. 
  3. ^ http://www.worldcat.org/title/swami-shyam/oclc/220214217
  4. ^ a b "Chris Noonan awards". IMDb. Retrieved 10 March 2010. 
  5. ^ "Feeling Sexy on location". Urban Cinefile. Retrieved 10 March 2010. 
  6. ^ Huttner, Jan Lisa (1 May 2007). "Jan chats with Director Christopher Noonan". films42.com. Retrieved 10 March 2010. 

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