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1. Anthony Simmons Obituary, of Moruya, New South Wales – Death
“This morning at 10:10am the world lost a good bloke and a great mate to many the champion Anthony Simmons. A tough human who endured a 20 plus hour operation few months ago to remove a melanoma tumour from his pelvis but sadly an infection took hold of his body. We are absolutely devastated here at the foundation. We had lots of plans for the future in particular Simmo was going to start coming into the office once he was better, to help and teach us all he knew. It’s so sad, he was such an inspiration, very knowledgeable and a loyal mate.
Wife Donna, Daughters Chantel, Bronte and family we are here for life and condolences to you all.
Such a sad day, we are going to miss you mate but promise we will not stop walking, raising awareness and funds for research.
Always love you brother” Source
2. Anthony Simmons Obituary, a director and writer – Death
Anthony Simmons, who directed and wrote films and passed away at the age of 93, had a gift for expressing a feeling of time and location in his work, which owed much to the movies he watched as a young man when he was out exploring the world. Once, he was quoted as saying, “I produce European films.” “I had my first serious encounter with film when I was in Rome watching the neorealists film in the streets.” My experience in the film industry is entirely self-taught. I was an outsider when I entered the profession, and I never quite fit into the slots that the British film industry had to offer. In the beginning of his career, Simmons worked as a filmmaker, producing documentaries and short films.
Later in his career, he transitioned into the role of a jobbing director, directing television dramas. The heart of postwar European cinema was where he was first recognised, winning the grand prize at the Venice film festival for his documentary titled “Sunday By the Sea” (1953). This film documented the tradition of working-class Londoners taking the train to Southend for a cheap and cheerful summer’s day out. Its sights were accompanied by cockney music-hall tunes, a method he reproduced in Bow Bells (1953), an evocation of his own East End boyhood. In this film, we see a ship gliding down the Thames, the Billingsgate fish market, terraced dwellings, allotments, rubbish-strewn alleys, and gasworks. Read More
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