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Photo credit Mathew Lynn

Photo credit Mathew Lynn

Photo credit Mathew Lynn

Photo credit Mathew Lynn

Press: 

"Here’s a look at the six Australian films to screen at TIFF 2018". The AU Review. 27 Aug. 2018. 
"Toronto Bound: Six Australian Films Selected". 22 Aug. 2018. 
"Charles Williams' ALL THESE CREATURES Selected for Toronto International Film Festival". Broadway World. 18 Aug. 2018. 
"Six Australian Films Selected For Toronto International  Film Festival". FilmInk. nd.
Paul Salt. "Writer-Director Charles Williams Discusses His Palme d’Or Winning Short Film ‘All These Creatures’". Screen Mayhem. 9 Jun. 2018. 
James Cunningham. "All These Creatures". Australian Cinematographer. 1 June. 2018. 
"ABC News Interviews Mandela and Charles direct from Cannes". ABC News. nd. 
"All These Creatures. Directed by Charles Williams –". Go Film Magazine. nd. 
Khalid Warsame. "How an Australian filmmaker took out the most prestigious award in film". Crikey. 1 Jun. 2018. 
Luke Waters. "How this Aussie filmmaker won a Palme d’Or at Cannes". SBS News Australia. 1 Jun. 2018. 
"I AM Charles Williams | All These Creatures". I Am Film. 29 May. 2018.
Belinda Henwood. "From Football United youth leader to Cannes Film Festival, this former refugee is a rising star". UNSW Newsroom. 29 May. 2018. 
Martina Vackova. "Cannes 2018: The Golden Palm for Australian Creatures". SBS Czech. 27 May. 2018. 
Catherine Bray and Jake Cunningham. "The best short films at Cannes 2018". BFI Film Forever. 25 May. 2018. 
Jason Di Rosso. "Australian director Charles Williams wins the Palme d'Or for his short film". ABC Radio National. 24 May. 2018. 
Nick Buckley. "What It’s Like to Win at Cannes". BROADSHEET Melbourne. 24 May. 2018.  
"Aussie Director Charles Williams Movie All These Creatures Nominated for Cannes Palme d'Or". Pacific. 23 May. 2018. 
Travis Johnson. "Australian Short All These Creatures Wins at Cannes". Film Ink. 22 May. 2018. 
"Cannes Film Festival Palme d’Or Winner!" Stage School Australia. 22 May. 2018. 
Eric Lavallée. "Video: All the 2018 Cannes Film Festival Winners". ioncinema. 22 May. 2018. 
Andy Hazel. "Episode 49 - From Cannes, and an interview with short film Palme d'Or winner Charles Williams". Cultural Capital. 21 May. 2018. 
Dee Jefferson. "Australian short film All These Creatures wins Palme d'Or at Cannes film festival". ABC News. 21 May. 2018.
Jackie Keast. "‘All These Creatures’ wins Short Film Palme d’Or". Inside Film Magazine. 21 May. 2018. 
Helen Barlow. "Australian Short Wins In Cannes". Screen Australia. 21 May. 2018. 
David Tiley. "Australian director Charles Williams wins at Cannes". Screen Hub. 21 May. 2018. 
Paul Waxman. "Melbourne-Made Film Wins Best Short at Cannes". BROADSHEET Melbourne. 21 May. 2018. 
Sarah Buchanan. "Sydney filmmaker Charles Williams wins top Palme d'Or prize for 13-minute drama All These Creatures at Cannes Film Festival". Daily Mail. 21 May. 2018. 
Catherine Bray and Jake Cunningham. "Cannes short films: spotlighting the prize winners and Screen's picks". Screen Daily. 21 May. 2018. 
Anna Franklin. "FNE at Cannes 2018: Cannes Prize Winners". FilmNewEurope. 21 May. 2018. 
Kate Erbland. "Cannes 2018: Where and When You Can See the Festival’s Winners, From ‘Shoplifters’ to ‘BlacKkKlansman’". IndieWire. 21 May. 2018. 
Stephanie Bunbury. "Story of Australian family gets Cannes gong as Japanese indie 'Shoplifters' wins Palme d'Or". The Sydney Morning Herald. 20 May. 2018. 
Paul Salt. "A Full Rundown of the Cannes Short Film Competition". Screen Mayhem. 20 May. 2018. 
Wess Haubrich. "See the complete list of Cannes 2018 winners". The 405. 20 May. 2018. 
"2018 Cannes film festival winners". The Jakarta Post. 20 May. 2018. 
"The Winners At The 71st Cannes Film Festival".  British Cinematographer. 19 May. 2018. 
Tom Grater. "Cannes 2018 awards: 'Shoplifters' by Hirokazu Kore-eda wins Palme d'Or". Screen Daily. 19 May. 2018. 
Zach Sharf. "2018 Cannes Film Festival Awards: ‘Shoplifters’ Wins Palme d’Or, Spike Lee Earns Grand Prix". Indie Wire. 19 May. 2018. 
Ana Maria Bahiana. "Kore-eda, Spike Lee Take Top Awards at Cannes 2018". Golden Globe Awards. 19 May. 2018. 
Vanessa Thorpe. "Cannes 2018: unfancied Japanese film Shoplifters takes Palme d'Or". The Guardian. 19 May. 2018. 
Peter Debruge. "Japanese Director Hirokazu Kore-eda’s ‘Shoplifters’ Wins Palme d’Or at Cannes". Variety. 19 May. 2018. 
Rhonda Richford and Tatiana Siegel. "Cannes: Hirokazu Kore-eda's 'Shoplifters' Wins Palme d'Or". The Hollywood Reporter. 19 May. 2018. 
"Cannes Film Festival 2018: the full list of winners". Vogue Paris. nd. 
"All These Creatures". Some Shorts. nd. 
Tech Trends Team. "ALL THESE CREATURES Short Film Wins Cannes Palme D'or For 2018". eeyuva: Learn. Share. Grow. nd. 
""Border" and "All These Creatures" win prizes at the Cannes International Film Festival". UPI. nd
"8 short films selection". Festival De Cannes. 19 May. 2018. 
"All These Creatures Selected to Compete for Cannes Short Film Palme d’Or". Little Black Book: Celebrating Creativity. 16 May. 2018. 
Ricki. "Aussie director Charles Williams' film 'All These Creatures' nominated for Cannes Palme d'Or". Campaign Brief. 1 May. 2018. 
"Australian freelance director Charles Williams nominated for Cannes Palme D’Or". Mumbrella. 1 May. 2018. 
Broede Carmody. "Aussie director in the running for screen industry's most prestigious prize". The Sydney Morning Herald. 30 Apr. 2018. 
Jessica Parry. "Two Australian Shorts Selected For Cannes Film Festival. Screen Australia. 26 April. 2018. 
Zac Fyffe. "All These Creatures selected for screening at Cannes Film Festival". Best in Au. 21 Apr. 2018. 
Casey Neill. "On the Silver Screen". Star Journal: Dandenong. 20 Apr. 2018. 
Will Cox. "A Melbourne-Made Film Set in 1990s Dandenong, Going to Cannes". BROADSHEET Melbourne. 19 Apr. 2018. 
Xinhua. "Melbourne-made short film selected for prestigious Cannes film festival". China.org.cn. 19 Apr. 2018. 
Nicole Mills. "Cannes Film Festival selects Melbourne short film All These Creatures for screening". ABC Radio Melbourne. 18 Apr. 2018. 
"Dan Lee cuts Cannes Film Festival bound short film". The Butchery. 16 Apr. 2018.
Don Groves. "Two Australian shorts selected for Cannes Film Festival". Inside Film Magazine. 13 Apr. 2018. 
Ben Dalton. "Cannes announces short films selection for 2018 Competition and Cinéfondation". Screen Daily. 12 Apr. 2018.
David Hudson. "Cannes 2018: Pre-Lineup News". The Criterion Collection. 11 Apr. 2018. 
Fabien Lemercier. "The short films vying for the Palme d’Or". Cineuropa. 11 Apr. 2018. 
Short Films. "The Short Films Selected at the 71st Festival de Cannes". Festival de Cannes. 11 Apr. 2018.