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MADE IN NORTHERN RIVERS

Sunday 10 March 2024

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The Mushroom Whisperers

3:00PM AEDT | A&I HALL 

Romano Crivici and Carla Thackrah, the composers behind the magnificent score of the documentary Follow The Rain, partner again with Planet Fungi to bring you a sensual, immersive cinema and live music event. 

Stephen Axford and Catherine Marciniak’s exquisite fungal time-lapses will be combined with evocative music played live to the screen by Romano and Carla accompanied by Mark Atkins on didgeridoo and Jess Ciampa on percussions, for an immersive audiovisual experience created for the 2024 Bangalow Film Festival. 

This is music that expresses fungi's inner rhythm and other-worldly beauty. Enter the realm of mushrooms, and their dreams.

 

Thursday 14 March 2024

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Dustyesky Meet Aleksandr Dovzhenko’s Earth

7:30PM AEDT | A&I HALL 

The much beloved choir Dustyesky return to the stage with their very first film concert! The choir will accompany the screening of the Aleksandr Dovzhenko’s 1930 masterpiece Earth (Zemlya) for an extraordinary meeting of voices and film.

 

Earth is celebrated by film critics as one of cinema’s supreme visual masterpieces from the acclaimed Ukranian filmmaker Alexander Dovzhenko. 

Friday 15 March 2024

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A Love Letter to Musicals with Shire Choir

5:00PM AEDT | A&I HALL 

An ode to the magic of musicals and to singing your heart out. A feature-length sing-along mash-up made of some of the most famous and beloved songs from iconic musicals with each song sung live by a chorus. This is a one-of-a-kind emphatic love letter to musicals and to singing, created by the Shire Choir for the Bangalow Film Festival.
 

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Nosferatu (A)live

9:30PM AEDT | A&I HALL 

Screening of F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror with a LIVE score performance by Jai Piccone

This special live music-and-film event brings together the multitalented Jai Piccone and F.W. Murnau’s iconic 1922 silent film Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror.


 

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