Monday 18 March 2019
10.00 am and 6.30 pm (Note that both sessions have allocated seating)
Directed by Alena Lodkina
Please note that the 6.30 pm session is preceded by the Noosa Film Society Annual General Meeting
Milena travels to a remote opal mining community to see her estranged, ill father. Lost and alone, she falls into his bewildering world, where men escape society and share ideals of freedom. Soon, he doesn't want her to leave. Stuck in time, father and daughter try to mend their fractured bond, but their connection is fragile, like the strange, colourful gems he digs up from the earth.
“A very specific sense of place comes across strongly in Lodkina's minimalist yet striking film.” – David Stratton, The Australian
“From the quietly exhilarating first cut - the pristine night sky above to an otherworldly mechanical excavation below ground - Strange Colours reveals a natural filmmaker who brings her own vision to the Australian landscape. ” – Craig Mathieson, The Sunday Age
“It is tantalising to consider what the director might come up with working with a more pronounced narrative. But subsequent films made in the style of Strange Colours are also an exciting proposition.” Luke Buckmaster, Guardian
In 2017 NFS purchased and donated two Canon digitial cameras to Noosa District High School for their Film, Television and New Media students. Here is one of the short films presented at their end of year 'Noscars' event - Without Trucks, Australia Stops.
Don't miss Hotel Mumbai , Swimming With Men and Sometimes Always Never. For details
and screening times, please visit the Noosa Cinemas website.
Wednesday screening times are 10:00am; 2:30pm; 5:00pm and 7:15pm. Monday screening times are 10:00am and 6:30pm (with allocated seating). Please give yourself plenty of time to park and buy your choc tops!
April 24, 29; May 8, 22, 27; June 12, 17, 26; July 17, 22, 31; August 14,
219, 28; September 11, 16; October 9, 23, 28; November 13, 18, 27; December 11.