I recently posted about an amazing documentary film that my partner has been working on for the past couple of years; a little project named Winter At Westbeth (2015). Winter At Westbeth is a documentary set in New York City, about the intersection between ageing and creativity, and contains some of the most beautiful and quirky artists that you ever did meet.
I am very proud to share with everyone the brand new trailer for this wonderful film, which you can find below!
You can watch Winter at Westbeth at the Sydney Film Festival, which is held between the 8th and 19th of June, 2016. Winter at Westbeth is screening on June 17th and 18th, and if you’re in Sydney around that time, feel free to come along! Purchase your tickets here!
HI, the film looks really good. Good luck to you and your partner at the film festival!
Thanks heaps Lauren! We’re really excited about it! 😀
Wow! This is so exciting 🙂 good luck to your (dishy!) partner Anna 🙂 my sister is living in Sydney at the mo, maybe she’d like to see it!!!
Wahoo, thanks Emma! Not too long to go now! 🙂
Stunning, Film Score superb, Editing magnificent.
The three People who are the focus are are inspiring, delightful and most precious.
We loved every moment.
Thanks so much Netti for your comment, and I’m so glad you enjoyed the film! I’ve passed your comment on to director Rohan Spong. I’ve certainly fallen in love with it all over again after seeing it at the amazing State Theatre as well!
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