Join us for a free afternoon screening of The Beach.
This film looks at the relationship Australian's have with the beach. It explores how the beach has been depicted by our painters, writers, poets, filmmakers, choreographers and composers.
It is an examination of what the beach means both to Australians and those who come from other countries to enjoy it.
The film won the 2001 Outstanding Achievement Award from the International Electronic Cinema Festival, Chiba, Japan.
The film was directed and produced by Don Featherstone and David Woodgate.
Warning: Parental guidance required (semi nudity and language)
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Saturday 22 May, 2.30pm
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Free. Registration essential as limited spaces are available.
A COVID-safe plan is in place, informed by Queensland Health directives. COVID safe principles must be followed – including appropriate social distancing and hand sanitisation. Do not attend the event if you feel unwell or develop any COVID-19 symptoms.