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Peter Faiman is a Director and Producer Australien born on 1944 at Melbourne (Australie)

Peter Faiman

Peter Faiman
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Birth name Peter Leonard Fairman
Nationality Australie
Birth 1944 (76 years) at Melbourne (Australie)

Peter Leonard Faiman, AM is an Australian television producer with experience in film, live television and events. He has had a long standing working relationship with the Nine Network.

Biography

Faiman directed/produced the Paul Hogan Show and the Graham Kennedy and Don Lane shows for about six years of its eight-and-a-half-year run. He also produced a show hosted by Bert Newton and one by Ernie Sigley. In 1981 he was awarded the Member of the Order of Australia in the 1981 Queen's New Years Honours List for his services to the media, particularly in the field of television production.

Faiman was involved in several Rupert Murdoch projects, including in the UK as creative and management consultant for BSkyB, in the US on the Fox Network where he produced the Emmy Award winning news magazine program The Reporters and A Current Affair in New York. He went on to become Vice President Fox Circle Productions and later, President Programs and Production 20th Century Fox Television in Los Angeles. He guided the launch of the FX (TV network) in New York in 1994, and was the co-ordinating director for the opening and closing broadcasts of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games on behalf of the Sydney Olympic Broadcasting Organisation (SOBO).

Faiman directed the 1986 blockbuster film "Crocodile" Dundee, and the 1991 box office disappointment American comedy Dutch. He also produced the animated feature FernGully: The Last Rainforest.

Since returning to Australia in 2002 he has been a program consultant for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, acting as a consulting producer on Strictly Ballroom, Spicks and Specks and The Pet Show. Faiman also helped conceptualise the Webby Award Winning multi-platform project SkillsOne.

Best films

Crocodile Dundee (1986)
(Director)

Usually with

Paul Hogan
Paul Hogan
(1 films)
John Hughes
John Hughes
(1 films)
John Cornell
John Cornell
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Peter Faiman (3 films)

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Director

Dutch
Dutch (1991)
, 1h43
Directed by Peter Faiman
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Transport films, Road movies
Actors Ed O'Neill, Ethan Embry, JoBeth Williams, Christopher McDonald, Elizabeth Daily, L. Scott Caldwell
Rating64% 3.2493353.2493353.2493353.2493353.249335
Dutch Dooley (Ed O'Neill) attends a ritzy party with his girlfriend, Natalie Standish (JoBeth Williams). He stands out terribly among the upper-class aristocrats – wearing a cheap suit and telling boorish anecdotes. Natalie's relaxed, less rigid personality also does not fit with the rest of the patrons. Dutch also meets Natalie's snobbish, wealthy ex-husband Reed (Christopher McDonald), who tells Natalie that he will have to break his Thanksgiving plans with their son Doyle (Ethan Embry) for an unexpected business trip to London. He also threatens to strip Natalie's custody of Doyle if she gives Reed a hard time. Dutch overhears the conversation and threatens Reed with bodily harm should he hurt Natalie.
Crocodile Dundee, 1h35
Directed by Paul Hogan, Peter Faiman
Origin Australie
Genres Comedy, Romantic comedy, Adventure
Themes Seafaring films, Films about sexuality, Transport films, LGBT-related films, Transgender in film, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Paul Hogan, Linda Kozlowski, John Meillon, Terry Gill, Ritchie Singer, David Gulpilil
Rating65% 3.2982553.2982553.2982553.2982553.298255
Sue Charlton is a feature writer for Newsday (which her father owns) and is dating her editor, Richard Mason. She travels to Walkabout Creek, a small hamlet in the Northern Territory of Australia, to meet Michael J. "Crocodile" Dundee, a bushman reported to have lost half a leg to a Saltwater Crocodile. On arrival in Walkabout Creek (by helicopter due to its remote location), she cannot locate Dundee, but she is entertained at the local pub by Dundee's business partner Walter "Wally" Reilly, who does his best to explain the town and some of its inhabitants, including the towering hulk Donk, who wins money by placing a glass of beer on his head and challenging people to try and spill the beer by punching him in the stomach (Wally explains that Donk has never spilled a drop). When Dundee finally arrives later that night (dramatically announcing his entrance by throwing his hunting knife at the bar and wrestling a stuffed dead crocodile), Sue finds his leg is not missing, but he has a large scar which he refers to as a "love bite". While Sue dances with Dundee, a group of city kangaroo shooters make fun of Dundee's status as a crocodile hunter, causing him to knock the leader out with one punch. Feeling lucky, he then challenges Donk and proceeds to make him spill the entire glass, not by hitting him in the stomach, but by kissing him on the lips and thus startling him into dropping the tankard.

Producer

FernGully: The Last Rainforest, 1h15
Directed by William Kroyer
Origin Australie
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Thriller, Fantasy, Adventure, Animation
Themes Environmental films, Films about magic and magicians, Seafaring films, Transport films, Les fées, Children's films
Actors Jonathan Ward, Samantha Mathis, Tim Curry, Christian Slater, Robin Williams, Grace Zabriskie
Roles Producer
Rating64% 3.2486853.2486853.2486853.2486853.248685
Crysta is a fairy with a curious nature living in FernGully, a pristine rainforest free from humans. The fairies of FernGully once lived in harmony with humans, but believe them to have gone extinct after being driven away by a malevolent spirit named Hexxus. Crysta is the apprentice of Magi, a motherly-figure fairy who imprisoned Hexxus in a tree. One day Crysta explores a new part of the forest and meets Batty, a bat who claims to have been experimented on by humans, giving him an unstable personality. She refuses to believe him until she encounters lumberjacks cutting down trees. She sees Zak, a young human whom Crysta accidentally shrinks when she tries to save him from being crushed by a falling tree, though does not know how to restore him to normal size.