Anthony Buckley

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Anthony Buckley

Born (1937-07-27) 27 July 1937 (age 83)
OccupationFilm producer, editor
Years active1958–2010

Anthony Buckley AO (born 27 July 1937) is an Australian film editor and producer.



On leaving school, Buckley went to work for Cinesound Productions as a projectionist and assistant editor. He worked in Canada and Britain before returning to Australia in 1965. He went to work at Ajax Films and moved into producing. [1]

He edited Michael Powell's Age of Consent. [2]

In 1974 he produced the train film A Steam Train Passes . [3] 24 years later he produced another two train films, Savannahlander and Gulflander. He produced the mini-series The Harp in the South and its sequel Poor Man's Orange . [4]


Partial filmography

As editor

As producer

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  2. "Age of Consent (1969)". BFI.
  3. "A Steam Train Passes (1975)". BFI.
  4. "Anthony Buckley". BFI.
  5. "Anthony Buckley AM – Australian Screen Editors".
  6. Roads Without Wheels (DVD). Man on the Rim: The Peopling of the Pacific. Robert Raymond (Director). Alan Thorne (Narrator). Anthony Buckley (Producer). Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media. 1989. OCLC   664751633.CS1 maint: others in cite AV media (notes) (link)