[Endcreditsfilm] Wharf One Cinebar Director's screening.

End Credits Film Club admin at endcredits.org.au
Fri Jul 22 02:53:40 CEST 2016

Long term Cairns residents will be aware of the reputation the Cairns Show has for generating wet weather. 

So it’s great to see the sun emerge for Show holiday today. 

The good forecast is set to continue during the weekend and it’s shaping to be a beautiful winter 23C evening on the wharf this Sunday.

Come and join us at the best little Cinebar in Cairns and enjoy an evening drink and the light meals at the Wharf One Cafe from 6:00pm before the film.

Some cash and EFTPOS tickets will likely be available at the door but if you want to ensure a spot you can purchase your  Tickets  now at https://www.trybooking.com/212916 <https://www.trybooking.com/212916>

A 2000 km journey, where music is everyday’s beat.
After taking part in many short-movies as an actor, in many bands as a musician, and after having traveled the world to learn its languages – he now speaks 12! –, Sébastien Roger de Nuñez decided to combine all his passions to make his own movie.
"What music do you speak?", his first movie as a director, takes us into his mother's native country, Argentina, as he meets and learns the language of music. 
Sebastian discovers Argentina through its music. Here, music is more than just art, it’s a way of life.
He travels to meet the people that make music come alive, even though most of them don’t call themselves musicians. From Buenos Aires to the Andes, from a simple dinner with friends to the carnival, from a rodeo festival to the indigenous ceremonies, Sebastian goes back to the roots of these traditions.
Along the way, he discovers a music as vital and natural as breathing.
FR/ARG 80min English subtitles - Not rated.

 Director Sebastien Roger de Nuñez launches his Australian tour in Cairns and will be present to introduce his film.
Wharf One Cafe - 7:30pm Sunday 24 July

Tickets are available now at https://www.trybooking.com/212916 <https://www.trybooking.com/212916>

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Brett Hitchens
End Credits Film Club
admin at endcredits.org.au <mailto:admin at endcredits.org.au>

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