Matthew Moore’s “Julian” wins Berlin film prize

Posted on February 22, 2012


According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Julian, a short film directed by Matthew Moore, has won the main prize at the Berlin Film Festival. Julian, reportedly about Assange’s childhood, is thus described by IMDB:

“Set in a year 4 classroom in 1981 Julian explores a day in the life of a 9 year old boy. Julian’s need to speak his truth and his strong urge to do what he thinks is right begins to unravel his world. Throughout the day Julian is forced to deal with a bully, an impatient teacher turning a blind eye and a Principal with a secret. As Julian faces these challenges we begin to see the qualities that will inform the man he is to become.”

IMDB also states that the film is written by “Anonymous.” …?

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