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Accidents Happen is a 2010 Australian coming of age comedy drama film directed by Andrew Lancaster and starring Geena Davis, Harrison Gilbertson, Sebastian Gregory, Harry Cook, Joel Tobeck and Sarah Woods. Written by Brian Carbee, based on his own childhood and adolescence, the story revolves around an accident-prone teenage boy and his family. The film was shot in Sydney, New South Wales over June–July 2008, and opened in Australia on 22 April 2010.
Accident-prone 15-year-old Billy Conway (Harrison Gilbertson) is playing with a friend when he causes an almighty crash with a bowling ball and a moving car, and he is forced to face his family's history of misfortune.
American-born screenwriter Brian Carbee wrote Accidents Happen based on his childhood in 1980s Connecticut, changing his own name to "Billy Conway". He had previously performed in a one person show titled In Search of Mike, which director Andrew Lancaster saw and asked Carbee if he would adapt the show to a short film. Carbee subsequently wrote a novel which served as the basis for his Accidents Happen screenplay. He developed the screenplay through the prestigious Aurora Script Workshop in Sydney, where producer Anthony
"Twelve-year-old Greg is just as ambitious as his father. During a family holiday on the Fijian Islands the two have different ideas about which one of his many talents Greg should concentrate on. When Greg’s creative pursuits fail to amuse his father, Greg sets out to win him back. Greg’s story is based on real events."
Quoting the program notes from the 2010 Berlin Flm Festival site.
Franswa Sharl won the Crystal Bear at the Berlin Film Festival for Best Short Film.