It’s crazy but Ter­ri­to­ri­ans get film out

Sunday Territorian - - NEWS -

RUN­NING on a bud­get which can “only be de­scribed as pa­per thin”, it’s a tes­ta­ment to Ter­ri­to­ri­ans’ hard work that Crazy Days at the Old Brumby Moon is set to be on the big screen.

The film tells the story of an Out­back drifter who is try­ing to pick up the pieces of his life and give back to the com­mu­nity.

Ac­tor Phil O’Brien said the film­ing was tough, but all the cast and crew en­joyed putting it to­gether.

“Just like climb­ing Mt Ever­est in thongs, or go­ing over Ni­a­gara Falls in a 44-gal­lon drum, it was never meant to be easy,” he said.

“Crazy Days at the Old Brumby Moon is a real cel­e­bra­tion of low-bud­get film mak­ing and what can be achieved when a com­mu­nity gets to­gether.”

There will be a free screen­ing on Wed­nes­day at 7pm at the BCC Cin­e­mas Dar­win.

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