Ned (film)

Ned is a 2003 Australian film, directed by Abe Forsythe. It is satire of Australian outlaw Ned Kelly, and his iconographical status as a "hero."[2]

For the 2010 British film by Peter Mullan, see Neds (film).
Directed byAbe Forsythe
Produced byDarryl Robinson
Written byAbe Forsythe
StarringFelix Williamson
Abe Forsythe
Damon Herriman
Nick Flint
Joseph Ber
Music byGerry Hale, Willy Zygier
Distributed byBecker Entertainment
Release date
  • 22 May 2003 (2003-05-22) (Australia)
Running time
81 minutes
Box officeA$20,000 (Australia)[1]

The film was released in the same year as Ned Kelly, starring Heath Ledger.

In November 2006 on Vega FM host Shaun Micallef called Ned "The funniest Australian film made in the last ten years."


  1. "Australian Films at the Australian Box Office" Film Victoria accessed 14 November 2012 Archived 9 February 2014 at the Wayback Machine
  2. "Ned unmasked". Sydney Morning Herald. 27 May 2003.

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