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Next film. . . 


Our occasional film nights are held jointly with the Meet the Director program at the Darling Street Anglican Church, 668 Darling Street, Rozelle.   

Meet the Director is a program organised by local documentary filmmakers Rod and Lesley Freedman. It's a great opportunity for locals to see otherwise hard-to-find documenary films, and meet others with similar interests - including the film's director and sometimes other key participants. 

Entry by donation - $10 suggested
6.00pm - BYO food & drinks to share
6.45pm - Screening + Q&A with the director

Watch CCBR newsletter or our Facebook group for details of the next film, and we ask you to book tickets to ensure a place.

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Previous films . . .

Wednesday 10 April 6.45pm Darling Street Anglican Church, 668 Darling St

Our April meeting was a film screening (jointly with the Meet the Director group) of the film Aim High in Creation - a revolutionary comedy documentary by Anna Broinowski detailing a visit to North Korea to discover how its film industry used propaganda, and how those lessons might be used in making a film about coal seam gas in Australia. The director was present for a fascinating QandA session afterwards with a record-sized audience (over 100).

Thursday 17 August, from 6pm at Darling Street Anglican Church, 668 Darling St, Rozelle.

Our August Meetup was very different from recent meetings. Organised jointly with Rod and Lesley Freedman's Meet the Director series,  It was a screening of the award-winning documentary film The Weather Diaries,  a mother's meditation on her daughter’s future, overshadowed by the twin threats of climate change & mass extinction. Directed, shot and edited by Kathy Drayton who was present for a QandA session after the screening.