WORLD PREMIERE SCREENING:
2015 Adelaide Film Festival
Mercury Cinema, Adelaide, Monday 19 October
Middleback Theatre, Whyalla, Saturday 31 October
Natimuk Frinj Biennale, 2015
Sunday 1 November (Wimmera Premiere Screening)
Rupanyup Memorial Hall, 2016
Special screening at 2pm Sunday 9 October
Dungog Festival, 2016
Sunday 30 October, 11am at James Theatre - details at:
The People's Republic, 2017
8pm, Saturday 11 February (Sydney Premiere Screening)
Featuring live music performance by Chris Abrahams
For details and bookings email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Royal Historical Society of Victoria
5.30pm, Tuesday 21 February 2017. Details at:
Shepparton Festival 2017
Tuesday 14 March 2017, 6pm at Dookie Memorial Hall - details at:
Roxy Theatre, Ouyen (Victoria)
Sunday 2 July 2017, 6pm.
For tickets and info contact 0448 922346
Crowlands Film Society (Victoria)
Saturday 29 July, 2017. For details email: email@example.com
If you get a chance - see this brilliant film. A moving reflection on farming life, indigenous life, family life, and life.
Caleb Cluff (ABC Rural)
"The Farmer’s Cinematheque" was to my mind the best cinema in the (Adelaide) festival. A lovely film.
David Donaldson (inaugural director, Sydney Film Festival)
What a fantastic film! I loved so many things about it - the way it put Aboriginal people in the picture, the sense of rich cultural life, of interior and exterior personal worlds, the connections to innovation, all going beyond so much else I've seen about country communities.
"The Farmer’s Cinematheque" was the highlight for me: so beautifully edited and narrated. A real gem of a film. My heart swelled…
A radio documentary adaption of The Farmer's Cinematheque was initially broadcast on ABC Radio National in March 2016. This program, titled Green Love, can be heard and downloaded from the ABC RN website: