Free Range Films Documentaries of the Natural Kind

Presented in association with Free Range Science

You and your family are invited to experience these big-screen films exploring the spectacular world of science and natural history.

Free Touring Program
Halls Gap and Marysville

Films Screening:

Earth G
Alastair Fothergill & Mark Linfield, 95 mins, UK, 35mm/DVD. Courtesy: Hoyts
Marvel at the wonders of nature in this breathtaking feature-length version of the award-winning television series Planet Earth.

In the Shadow of the Moon G
David Sington, 109 mins, UK, 2007, 35mm. Courtesy: Madman Cinema
The surviving Apollo crew members candidly recollect their roles in NASA's history-making endeavours at the height of the Space Age.

The Fox and the Child G
Luc Jacquet, 94 mins, France, 35mm/DVD. Courtesy: Hopscotch Films
Narrated by Kate Winslet, this gorgeously photographed film revolves around a young girl who befriends a fox and attempts to tame it.

Encounters at the End of the World G
Werner Herzog, 99mins, USA, 35mm/DVD. Courtesy: Shock Entertainment
Acclaimed filmmaker Werner Herzog's remarkable look at the men and women who have dedicated and risked their lives for the cause of science.

Screening Schedule:

Halls Gap
Centenary Hall, 115 Grampians Road, Halls Gap

Fri 27 Nov 2009, 11am & 1pm > Earth (school screenings)
Fri 27 Nov 2009, 7pm > In the Shadow of the Moon (free BBQ from 6.15pm)
Sat 28 Nov 2009, 1pm > The Fox and the Child
Sat 28 Nov 2009, 7pm > Encounters at the End of the World (free BBQ from 6.15pm)

Adjacent to the Car Museum, Darwin St, Marysville

Fri 4 Dec 2009, 6pm > In the Shadow of the Moon (free BBQ from 5.15pm)
Sat 5 Dec 2009, 1pm > Earth
Sat 5 Dec 2009, 6pm > Encounters at the End of the World (free BBQ from 5.15pm)
Sun 6 Dec 2009, 1pm > The Fox and the Child

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