Progressive Cinema

Date: Last Tuesday of the month. 
Time: 6:00pm
Venue: McCrossin’s Mill Museum, Salisbury Street, Uralla
Entry: Free!  (donations are welcome).

Each film is about either freedom, environmental issues, or social justice. They are all documentaries of a high standard, and ones not generally seen in commercial cinemas.

You are welcome to bring a drink and some nibblies while you enjoy the movie.  Details of each movie will be added as they are confirmed.

2018 Dates

27 FebruaryThe Shock Doctrine

27 March - Stop Adani, A Mighty Force

24 April - More than Honey

29 May - Sacrifice Zone

26 June - Chauka, Please Tell Us The Time 

31 July - Ningla A-Na: Hungry for Our Land

28 Aug - Monsieur Mayonnaise

25 Sept - Sweet Country

When Aboriginal stockman Sam (Hamilton Morris) kills white station owner Harry March (Ewen Leslie) in self-defence, Sam and his wife Lizzie (Natassia Gorey-Furber) go on the run. They are pursued across the outback, through glorious but harsh desert country.

Sergeant Fletcher (Bryan Brown) leads the posse with the help of Aboriginal tracker Archie (Gibson John) and local landowners Fred Smith (Sam Neill) and Mick Kennedy (Thomas M. Wright). Fletcher is desperate to capture Sam and put him on trial for murder - but Sam is an expert bushman and he has little difficulty outlasting them.

Eventually, for the health of his pregnant wife, Sam decides to give himself up. He is put on trial in the courtroom of Judge Taylor (Matt Day). But will justice be served?Stay for dinner and discussion after the screening. Entry free, donations welcome.

Contact details
Louis van Ekert