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Greenfield giveaway

6 May 2021

Be part of the opening night buzz when independent film Greenfield premieres at Luna Palace Cinemas. Seesaw has two double passes to giveaway.

Win a double pass to Julius Telmer’s debut feature film Greenfield, filmed on location in Merredin, Western Australia. Luna Palace Cinemas has offered Seesaw readers two double passes to the opening of Greenfield on 13th May.

According to Seesaw critic Mark Naglazas, Greenfield “takes us into the belly of the beast, a Western Australian Wheatbelt town (a thinly disguised Merredin) where excess consumption of alcohol and drugs, mateship and misogyny, rampant sexual abuse and homophobia capture an Australia that’s currently coming into sharp and shocking focus.”

To enter simply follow us on Facebook and make a comment on the Greenfield article in our Facebook feed. Entries close midnight Sunday 9th May and winners will be notified on Monday 10th May.

Be part of the opening night buzz! The evening will be hosted by casting director and acting coach Annie Murtagh-Monks, and following the 6.30 pm screening there will be a Q&A with producer Daniel Tenni and a pool of local acting talent including Ethan Tomas, Claudia Cirillo and Liam Graham.

Read more about the locally produced film in Local indie film dives into the belly of the beast.

Pictured top: Julius Telmer directs actor and producer Daniel Terri in ‘Greenfield’. Photo supplied

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Rosalind Appleby

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Rosalind Appleby

Rosalind Appleby is an arts journalist, author and speaker. She is co-editor of Seesaw Magazine, author of Women of Note, and has written for The West Australian, The Guardian, The Australian, Limelight magazine and Opera magazine. She loves the percussion instruments which can be found in the uber cool parks.

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