October 25, 2011

Monthly Wire

Exclusive screening invitations – 'The Tall Man' (closed)

By Monthly Wire
Exclusive screening invitations – 'The Tall Man' (closed)

The Tall Man is the story of Palm Island, a tropical paradise in Australia’s Far North. Based on the award-winning book by Chloe HooperThe Tall Man is a gripping and provocative film that exposes the inescapable complexities of Australia's racial politics, and a haunting moral puzzle that no viewer will forget.

The Monthly is offering readers an invitation to advance screenings of The Tall Man, in Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, with thanks to Hopscotch films.

To request a double pass simply RSVP below, according to where you would like to attend.

Sydney
Tuesday, 8 November, 7pm
Chauvel Cinema, Paddington

Click here to RSVP for Sydney.

Adelaide
Thursday, 10 November, 6.30pm
Palace Nova Eastend, Adelaide

Click here to RSVP for Adelaide.

Melbourne
Wednesday, 16 November, 8.30pm
Cinema Nova, Carlton

Click here to RSVP for Melbourne.

Brisbane
Wednesday, 16 November, 7pm
Palace Barracks, Brisbane

Click here to RSVP for Brisbane.

Perth
Thursday, 10 November, 6.30pm
Luna Leederville

Click here to RSVP for Perth.

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