DIRECT FROM SELLOUT SEASONS AT THE SYDNEY, MELBOURNE AND BRISBANE FILM FESTIVALS.
CONISTON IS SCREENING ON MONDAY 14 JANUARY AT 9.30PM ON ABC1
Don't miss the opportunity to see this award-winning documentary.
Watch the trailer for Coniston now.
In 1928, following the murder of a white dingo trapper, Central Australia would witness the last known massacre of its indigenous people. With over one hundred killed during a series of punitive expeditions, now known as the Coniston Massacre, many lived to tell of the wholesale slaughter of innocent people. For the first time those who survived this bloody episode get to tell their side of the story in this documentary on the Coniston Massacre co-produced by PAW Media and Rebel Films. This is the trailer for the documentary.
Then the Wind Changed had been awarded the coveted Walkely Documentary Award for 2012.
Congratulations to Celeste for this historic achievement.
"As both an observer and a participant in the story, Celeste Geer achieved rare intimacy with the members of her community as they put their lives together long after the headlines had moved on. Her film blends dramatic archival footage with survivors' stories of grief and recovery, and prompts an emotional response," the judges said.
Our latest production is Celeste Geer's stunning film Then The Wind Changed which screened on ABC 1 in February 2012 and is now available on DVD.
One small Australian community’s difficult but inspiring recovery from devastating bush fires.
THEN THE WIND CHANGED shows human beings’ amazing potential to manage adversity and rise from despair.
Rebel Films is happy to announce that Then The Wind Changed is available to order on DVD from today.
Visit our store to order the beautifully designed DVD package of this memorable film.
THEN THE WIND CHANGED SCREENS ON ABC 1 ON TUESDAY 7th FEBRUARY 2012 at 8.30pm.
Then the Wind Changed is our latest project and we are immensely proud of it. The film chronicles a small Australian community’s difficult but inspiring recovery from devastating bush fires, showing human beings’ amazing potential to manage adversity and rise from despair.
Directed by Celeste Geer, Then the Wind Changed offers tender insight through an intimate observation of ordinary people responding to an extraordinary event.