Possum Paddock

G
14 February
7:00pm
Location informationArc Cinema
Event cost$10

Kate Howarde’s 1921 film is the first Australian feature directed by a woman.

Man-of-the-land Andrew McQuade (John Cosgrove) battles his way through years of drought to find his toughest adversaries are the banks.

Introduced by Dr Laura Ginters, in association with the ANU conference Transferring or Transforming Performance?: Theatrical Touring and the 19th Century.