The new Indigenous anthology feature film, Dark Place, which debuted to acclaim at Sydney Film Festival earlier this year, will have one theatrical screening in Hobart, presented by Stranger With My Face International Film Festival.
75 minutes plus Q&A
Unclassified, not recommended for under 15s.
Directed by Björn Stewart, Perun Bonser, Kodie Bedford, Liam Phillips, Rob Braslin
Starring Clarence Ryan, Charlie Garber, Leonie Whyman, Tasia Zalar, Lily Sullivan, Luka May Glynn-Cole, Katherine Beckett
Production company Noble Savage Pictures
This exciting new anthology feature film includes four tales that approach post-colonial Indigenous history through the lenses of horror and fantasy. Bjorn Stewart brings outback zombies into the frame in the rollicking splatter comedy Killer Native. An insomniac questions her sanity in Liam Phillip’s suspenseful Foe. Supernatural forces visit a housing commission estate in Hobart in the gritty Vale Light by Rob Braslin. Gothic horror shrouds the woods in Perun Bonser’s atmospheric The Shore, and female oppression and revenge take centre stage in Kodie Bedford’s punchy Scout.
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Rob Braslin.
Date: Friday 18 October 2019
Time: 8.00 pm arrival, screening starts at 8.30 pm
Cost: $19 / $22 book online (preferred) at or purchase at the door.