WILCANNIA – FREE OUTDOOR SCREENING
Venue: Baker Park, Reid St, Wilcannia (moves to Community Hall if weather requires)
Saturday 30 Nov., from 6.30pm for free community BBQ and sunset screening
Films : Bring the family along for a wonderful night under the stars watching Satellite Boy, plus local films about Aboriginal cultural knowledge from Through Our Eyes, shorts from the Western Catchment Management Authority and the Western Catchment Aboriginal Advisory Group, as well as ABC Open shorts, including Mail Lady of West Darling and Drive-In Dreamer.
Additional film locations, times and details:
Special guest Aaron Pedersen will be in Broken Hill this November, to introduce his latest film, western-style thriller Mystery Road, which opens the outback tour of the National Film and Sound Archive’s annual Big Screen Film Festival this year.
Big Screen will tour the NSW outback towns of Menindee, Broken Hill and Wilcannia, from November 28 to December 1, with brand new films, classics from the NFSA’S collection and some fun special events over the 4 days.
The Festival begins in Menindee on Thursday 28 November, with a FREE outdoor screening of Satellite Boy, a heart-warming story starring screen icon David Gulpilil, with food and entertainment before a sunset screening.