After three years of development the time has finally arrived to screen Rushworth based and produced film ‘Fire in the Belly’!
Community members, friends and families are invited to the free screenings on 11 November at the Rushworth Shire Hall at 11.30am and 3.30pm.
Although tickets are free, booking is essential for catering and seating purposes.
Hijack’d Catering will provide yummy food to purchase from their food van and Longleat Winery will have a selection of wines to help celebrate the event.
The community short film-making project Fire in the Belly tells a fictional story inspired by the discovery of scraps of an old newspaper article in the local Museum. These hinted at a secret, untold and a vastly unknown historical story in our town – a social uprising in the small community of Rushworth in the dark years prior to the end of World War 1.
Fire in the Belly tells a story of what may have happened in the darkness of discontent on Christmas Eve 1917 during the turbulent war years.
So book your FREE tickets to ensure that you don’t miss out on this screening. This free-to-the-community screening has been made possible by the Shire of Campaspe who have funded the cost of tickets for the Rushworth community to view the outcome of this exciting community project.