Judi Farr in a still from Unfolding Florence: The Many Lives of Florence Broadhurst (2006), one eye peeking out behind a fan
Judi Farr in a still from Unfolding Florence: The Many Lives of Florence Broadhurst (2006), one eye peeking out behind a fan
Unfolding Florence: The Many Lives of Florence Broadhurst (2006)

The Melbourne Cinémathèque & ACMI present

Unfolding Florence: The Many Lives of Florence Broadhurst

Gillian Armstrong | Australia | | PG
Film

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Armstrong’s playful documentary-drama about the larger-than-life and truly mercurial Sydney-based artist, raconteur, socialite and – most famously – wallpaper designer Florence Broadhurst.

Along with writer Katherine Thomson, Armstrong fashions a visually flamboyant portrait of an impossible to pin down personality, as well as an account of her lurid life and unsolved violent death.

Format: DCP, Colour
Language: English
Source: NFSA
Duration: 109 mins

When

Postponed

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Duration

109 mins

Rating

PG

Where

Cinema 1, Level 2
ACMI, Fed Square

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