Glamorous film festival goers: an exclusive cocktail party kicked off the NSWNA Short Film Festival. Nurses left their uniforms behind and donned their most glamorous evening wear for this celebratory event.
Sydney Morning Herald film critic Paul Byrnes (left) with film festival judge Clinton Smith.
Jodie Haswell, Maria Mungioni, Ana Harkin, Bev Triuntutillides, Amy Bolton, Nikki Bradley, Anna Grosse.
Frances Usherwood (third from left, back row) poses with supporters and members of the cast and crew of her film Robo Nurse 2, which won second prize.
Coral Levett and Brett Holmes with Tim Smyth, Deputy Director-General, NSW Health (centre).
Pamela Studdert, filmmaker Ann Ausburn, and Paul McGuire from the film NURSE!
Marian Caswell with John Muddle who stars in her film Sometimes I Forget.
Coral Levett, Gary Clark, Margot Clark.
Tristan Santos and Maureen Puhlmann.
Jigisha Karia, Sue Taggart and Tom Leong who were involved in making Bon Appetit.
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|Title Annotation:||NSWNA SHORT FILM FESTIVAL; New South Wales Nurses' Association|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Jun 1, 2010|
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