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Hosking, Janine

Occupation
Documentary Film maker, Journalist, Producer and Television Journalist

Summary

Janine Hosking is a documentary film maker who won a Walkley award in 1997. Her films include Mademoiselle and the Doctor a documentary that explores euthanasia through the story of the suicide of a healthy 79-year-old woman and My Khmer Heart, the story of Geraldine Cox, a 56-year-old former Australian nurse and the fifty-three children living under her care in an orphanage outside Phnom Penh.

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Events

c. 1985 -
Career in journalism active
1997
Walkley Award (Television) - TV Current Affairs Report (Less Than 15 Minutes), 'Tjandamurra', Witness, Channel 7

Sources used to compile this entry: http://www.walkleys.com/winners/database.html.

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