COUNTRY TOWN RESCUE. Premieres 8pm, Tuesday 27 March on ABC1.
Produced by Zapruder’s other films, COUNTRY TOWN RESCUE is
the compelling story of how ordinary Australians come together
to save a small rural town whose falling population threatens its
Filmed over twelve months, this series follows five families who ‘up
sticks’ with their kids and move to Trundle, a small town in central
western NSW. They are welcomed by a passionate group of locals
determined to see the small town not only survive but prosper.
It’s a new show where ten teams of two slug it out on the greatest battleground of all: words.
Hosted by Andrew Denton and from the creators of The Gruen Transfer this is your chance to SEE IT FIRST!
We’re looking for studio audiences for 27 fierce and funny rounds. To find out more and book your seats follow the link below.
In the media room with Zapruder’s other films Anita Jacoby and Jon Casimir, moments after The Gruen Transfer Series 4 picked up an AACTA Award.
On December 9 2011, please support Strut the Streets to raise money for AIME.
To learn more about the cause visit http://www.youtube.com/aimementoring#p/u/34/saCF0JGAsqU
*This is not a real image of of Jack.
We are delighted to share with you the news that The Kit Denton Fellowship winner of 2009, Back to Back Theatre with their project Ganesh Versus The Third Reich has won The Age Critics’ Award.
If you are interested in learning more about the play , visit http://backtobacktheatre.com/projects/show/ganesh-versus-the-third-reich/
The ‘Eight and a Half’ Shirt
Gruen Planet, Episode 8, Season 1: November 2011
Congrats to Hungry Beast reporter Monique Schafter whose story ‘End Of Life Planning’ is a finalist in the 2011 Human Rights Awards. The story is a timely reminder for an ageing population of how important it is to talk not only about the about the quality of life, but also of the quality of death.
The nominated entries must expose, investigate or propel thought and action on a contemporary and compelling human rights issue in Australia.