Come experience Up Armidale Road, the international award-winning feature film, screened at Manning Point Bowling Club!
The film will be followed by a set of live music by Grace and Hugh’s acclaimed 5 piece band.
Thanks to the generosity of the FLOW Project sponsors (below) this event is free for all to attend! We invite residents of Manning Point, Mitchell Island and surrounding flood affected communities to enjoy this fantastic night out amongst friends and neighbours.
Following a spectacular lantern parade along the Manning River, the film will be SCREENING FROM 6PM (run time 1 hour 20 min), followed by a short intermission and a dynamic live band performance.
Seats are limited! Secure yours by booking now.
The Flow Project has been made possible by funding from the Primary Health Network supported by MidCoast Council, Manning Mental Health, Lower Manning Resilience Group, Mitchell Island School of Arts Hall, Oxley Island Community Hall and Manning Point Bowling Club.
Up Armidale Road is the culmination of two years shooting and production (with thanks to the South Grafton Community Bendigo Bank), chronicling a unique collaboration between the community of Nymboida, songwriters Grace and Hugh, and the musicians of the Clarence Valley Conservatorium.
This journey to a song takes place in the aftermath of the firestorm that decimated Nymboida in November 2019. All are welcome to the screening, and please - if someone you know fought the fires, donated, or contributed to the recovery effort, spread the word and invite them along. This film is a celebration of the creativity and resilience of the Nymboida community, and a thankyou to all those who helped - throughout the duration of that fire season and in the continuing aftermath.
The Up Armidale Road 2022 Bushfire Recovery Tour is sponsored by the Yulgilbar Foundation and the FRRR.