The contrast between modern, urban civilization and life in the natural world lies at the heart of Nicolas Roeg’s visually dazzling drama Walkabout.
The story follows two city children stranded in the Australian outback. With the help of a friendly indigenous boy, they struggle to find their way back to civilization.
Walkabout is a superb work of storytelling and the stunning cinematography was filmed almost entirely in the Australian wilderness. Originally released in 1971, it has since become a cult classic and we are sure you will enjoy it.
A Q&A WITH WALKABOUT PRODUCER, GRAHAME JENNINGS AND MAKE-UP ARTIST, PEGGY CARTER WILL FOLLOW THIS SCREENING.
Classification: M (Moderate suicide themes, Moderate nudity, Moderate coarse language)
Dates & Times:
Monday 7 July 7:00pm