Geoff Davis encapsulates the Australian spirit of the ANZACs and tells the story of courage, mateship, honour and strength of character that is so Australian.
Opening October 30th, in time for Remembrance Day, William Kelly's War brings with it a very personal look at the war that was to end all wars. You get the sense of what all this killing does and how those who live well make it a better world no matter how long they are/were in it. Lest we forget is not a cliche phrase to take lightly.
William Kelly's War is being shown in independent cinemas across the country just before the 96th anniversary of the Armistice which ended the First World War (1914–18). The minutes silence is in memory of those who died or suffered in all wars and armed conflicts.
Tickets available at the door or via phone 07 5577 8999
Currumbin RSL members receive discounted ticket prices of $8 at the below locations:
Village Theatre Sanctuary Cove
Pighouse Cinema Byron Bay
CMAX Devonport - Oct 30
Wallis Mt Barker - Oct 30
Wallis Noarlunga - Oct 30
Wallis Alice Springs - Oct 30
Check out William Kellys War Facebook page and support home grown Australian Cinema.