Rabbit-Proof Fence

Rabbit-Proof Fence (2002)

Follow Your Heart, Follow the Fence

  • Genre: Adventure, Drama, History
  • Release Date: 2002-02-04
  • User Rating: 6.9/10 from 313 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 34min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: Rumbalara Films
  • Production Country: Australia
  • Director: Phillip Noyce
star 6.9/10
From 313 Ratings


In 1931, three Aboriginal girls escape after being plucked from their homes to be trained as domestic staff, and set off on a trek across the Outback.

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  • Everlyn Sampi

    as Molly Craig
  • Tianna Sansbury

    as Daisy Craig Kadibill
  • Laura Monaghan

    as Gracie Fields
  • David Gulpilil

    as Moodoo
  • Ningali Lawford

    as Maud - Molly's Mother
  • Myarn Lawford

    as Molly's Grandmother
  • Deborah Mailman

    as Mavis
  • Jason Clarke

    as Constable Riggs
  • Kenneth Branagh

    as A. O. Neville
  • Natasha Wanganeen

    as Nina, Dormitory Boss
  • Garry McDonald

    as Mr. Neal at Moore River
  • Roy Billing

    as Police Inspector
  • Lorna Lesley

    as Miss Thomas
  • Celine O'Leary

    as Miss Jessop
  • Kate Roberts

    as Matron at Moore River
  • Tracy Monaghan

    as Moodoo's Daughter
  • Tamara Flanagan

    as Olive, Escaped Girl
  • David Ngoombujarra

    as Kangaroo Hunter
  • Anthony Hayes

    as The Fence Builder
  • Andrew S. Gilbert

    as Jigalong Depot Manager
  • Sheryl Carter

    as Gracie's Mother
  • Heath Bergersen

    as Jacky
  • Trevor Jamieson

    as Moore River Policeman
  • Edwina Bishop

    as First Farm Mother
  • Kerilee Meuris

    as Farm Daughter
  • Andrew Martin

    as Car Driving Policeman
  • Kenneth Radley

    as Fence Worker
  • Don Barker

    as Mr. Paul Evans
  • Carmel Johnson

    as Mrs. Evans
  • David Buchanan

    as Railway Policeman
  • Richard Carter

    as Farmhouse Policeman
  • Fiona Gregory

    as Jigalong Mother
  • Reggie Wanganeen

    as Tommy Grant
  • Glenys Sampi

    as Woman in Queue
  • Kizzy Flanagan

    as First Dormitory Girl
  • Antonia Sampi

    as Second Dormitory Girl
  • Maurice Kelly

    as Aboriginal Hunter
  • Elsie Thomas

    as Singing Woman at Jigalong
  • Rosie Goodji

    as Singing Woman at Jigalong
  • Jewess James

    as Singing Woman at Jigalong
  • Daisy Craig Kadibill

    as Herself
  • Molly Craig

    as Herself
Directing Phillip Noyce Director
Writing Doris Pilkington Novel
Writing Christine Olsen Screenplay
Production David Elfick Executive Producer
Production Kathleen McLaughlin Executive Producer
Production Phillip Noyce Producer
Production Christine Olsen Producer
Production Jeremy Thomas Executive Producer
Production John Winter Producer
Sound Peter Gabriel Original Music Composer
Camera Christopher Doyle Director of Photography
Editing Veronika Jenet Editor
Editing John Scott Editor
Production Laura Burrows Associate Producer
Production Emile Sherman Co-Executive Producer
Production Jonathan Shteinman Co-Executive Producer
Production Christine King Casting
Art Roger Ford Production Design
Art Laurie Faen Art Direction
Art Rebecca Cohen Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Roger Ford Costume Design
Camera Mervyn Bishop Still Photographer
Camera Katrina Crook Focus Puller
Camera Ian Jones Second Unit Director of Photography
Camera Ian Jones Aerial Camera
Camera Ian Jones Steadicam Operator
Camera Jim McIntosh Grip
Camera Robin Morgan Key Grip
Camera Matt Nettheim Still Photographer
Camera David Nichols Additional Key Grip
Camera Luke Nixon Focus Puller
Camera Graham Shearer Still Photographer
Camera Brad Shield Additional Photography
Camera Lisa Tomasetti Still Photographer
Camera Penny Tweedie Still Photographer
Camera Lucinda van de Berkt Clapper Loader
Camera Peter White Focus Puller
Camera Simon Williams Clapper Loader