Ngurrumbang at the AFF

I’m thrilled to learn that Ngurrumbang is screening at the Adelaide Film Festival. It’s part of Australian Heat, a session of four short films at 9.15 pm on 15 october. The other films are River Water (written and directed by Sara West), Summer Suit (directed by Bec Peniston-Bird, written by Francesca Sciacca) and The Hunter (directed by Margaret Harvey, written by Cameron Costello).

The Festival blurb says:

Tough, wild, brutal or haunting these shorts pack punch and are as scorching as the land that spawned them.

4 responses to “Ngurrumbang at the AFF

  1. Well done, Alex and Jonathan! Do I have to go to Adelaide to see it? And are you going over with it too?

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  2. You probably do have to go to Adelaide to see it on a big screen, Richard. We haven’t made plans to go to Adelaide yet, but it’s an alluring prospect – and you’ve set a magnificent precedent by going to see the Book of Everything in New York City

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  3. haunting….

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  4. Yes, I wondered which adjective they meant for our movie. ‘Haunting’ would be good.

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