GREAT STORIES TOGETHER

VILLAGE CINEMAS LAUNCESTON THURS 16 - SUN 19 MAY 2019

FILMS BY THEMES 2018 PROGRAMME

OUR STORIES 2018

OUR STORIES is supported by Community Led Impact Partnerships (CLIP). Launceston- based CLIP believes that the community – made up of locals, businesses, groups and government – can make a difference by working together and not leaving issues to others. CLIP has developed a free Field Guide (clipguide.net) to help people create their own stories by making a difference in their community.

DOCUMENTARY

WHITELEY

RED CARPET SCREENING
WITH SPECIAL GUEST WENDY WHITELEY

FRIDAY 8:30PM
WHITELEY is a visual journey into the private life and creative legacy of Australia’s most iconic contemporary artist, Brett Whiteley,

FEATURE

THAT’S NOT ME

SATURDAY 10:00AM
Polly’s dreams of making it as an actor are shattered when her identical twin sister Amy lands the lead role in a huge TV show.

FEATURE

THE TALE OF RUBY ROSE

SATURDAY 7:30PM
The winner of several international Festival Awards, The Tale of Ruby Rose is just as powerful today as when it was first screened in 1988. The year is 1933. Ruby Rose is an Australian woman living, isolated in her tiny house, with her husband Henry in the Tasmanian highlands.

FEATURE

INDIGO LAKE

SUNDAY 10:00AM
Indigo Lake, written and directed by Martin Simpson, is a Sydney-set neo-noir thriller in which celebrated artist Jack Zeffa is hired by gangster nightclub owner Bill Kazak to paint a portrait of his wife Ruby.