Is there a better place to watch a movie with the family than outdoors under the beautiful night sky at WHISTLER WINES, accompanied by a live tune or two from the movie by Saltwater man Stephen Pigram of the Pigram Brothers all the way from Broome.
BRAN NUE DAE (Rated PG) Starring Jessica Mauboy, Ernie Dingo, Missy Higgins, Geoffrey Rush, Rocky McKenzie, Dan Sultan, Deborah Mailman, Magda Szubanski, Tom Budge, Ningali Lawford and Hunter Page-Lochard and Directed by Rachel Perkins is the story of a rebellious young man who runs away from home but returns after experiencing an amazing journey.
Take a rug or low chair and sit back and enjoy this unique experience of live music and film.
BYO Picnic Basket or purchase a Whistler Cheese Platter or Barossa United Soccer Club Sausage Sizzle. Wine, Beer and Coffee will be available for purchase. NO BYO ALCOHOL.
Tickets: Adults $15, Child 10 – 16 years $5, Under 10 Free, Family (2Adults 3 Children) $35.
The Indigenous Marathon Foundation (IMF) is a not-for-profit charity, with DGR status, that was established in 2009 by world champion marathon runner, Robert de Castella and uses running to change lives.
The IMF includes a range of programs including the Indigenous Marathon Project (IMP), Deadly Fun Run Series (DFRS) and Indigenous Communities for Activity and Nutrition (I CAN).
Now in its seventh year, the IMF, through the IMP program, has trained and mentored 54 Indigenous Australians across the finish line of major international marathons including New York, Tokyo, and Boston.
After they cross the finish line, runners become Graduates and continue to work with IMF as drivers of change for their families, communities and Australia.
The IMF is committed to using running as a vehicle to promote health, drive social change and celebrate incredible Indigenous resilience and achievement.
For more information and all enquiries please visit the Indigenous Marathon Project Fundraiser site.
What: Outdoor Cinema – Bran Nue Dae | Indigenous Marathon Foundation
When: Friday 7 October 2016 | 6pm
Where: Whistler Wines | 241 Seppeltsfield Road | Marananga
Who: Film rated PG
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