Patrick Carr

Patrick Carr is a playwright and screenwriter based in the Northern Rivers of NSW. His plays have been performed from Townsville to Tasmania.

2000 - PRIMA DONNA finalist in Courier Mail / QTC Landen Dann Award
2000 - STREET PARTY finalist Glen Eira Short Play Awards
2001 - A KISS IN TIME – won New Plays for QLD competition and produced Tropic Line Theatre Townsville
2001 - THE OTHER HALF - QTC Studio, and Ric's Cafe Brisbane
2005 - BATAVIA - Judith Wright Centre Brisbane
2006 - BATAVIA finalist Premier's Literary Awards
2006 - BATAVIA wins Inscription's John and Libby Fairfax Award
2006 – 2007 - Writer on VALLEY PEOPLE - live weekly soapie at Judith Wright Centre Brisbane
2005-2007 - Short plays in Short and Sweet Festivals Sydney, and 10 Minute Play Festivals Judith Wright Centre Brisbane
2007 - LEXIE TURNS TO STONE - Judith Wright Centre, Brisbane
2012 – Short film ELLIPSIS (directed Stephen Lance & Mairie Cameron)
2012 - ELLIPSIS screened Brisbane International Film Festival, Dungog IFF
2013 - ELLIPSIS wins Community Choice Award West End Film Festival
2017 - BATAVIA placed 2nd Cannes International Scriptwriting Competition (Stageplay category)
2018 - feature film script THE STING IN THE TAIL (based on the notorious Fine Cotton ring-in) finalist in the Big Screenplay Competition (Melbourne).

A KISS IN TIME by Patrick Carr
BATAVIA by Patrick Carr

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