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13 August 2007 5 comments

I went along to the premiere of Clubland on Sunday Afternoon.
This movie was a real treat and the director, Cherie Nowlan, gave an interesting insight into its production with her informative and amusing anecdotes.

"Nothing less than EXHILARATING" - The Boston Herald

click on the images to read the flyers
Clubland is a 2007 Australian film, directed by Cherie Nowlan and written by Keith Thompson, starring an ensemble cast which includes Khan Chittenden, Emma Booth, Richard Wilson and Oscar nominee Brenda Blethyn. It was released in Australia on June 28 2007. It was selected for screening at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival where it was picked up by Warners Independent for a $4 million dollar deal and gained glowing reviews.
It opened in the US on the July 4th holiday weekend, the first Australian film ever to do so, under the title "Introducing the Dwights".


5 comments: to “ Clubland so far...

  • Anonymous 13.8.07

    I loved this film too, saw it at the cinema a few weeks ago. I laughed and cried all at once. Love your site by the way.

  • Kim 14.8.07

    thanks Anon
    I'm guessing that you saw it here in Australia.... :) yes?????

  • Unknown 14.8.07

    Hi Kim, Great post on Clubland. Love your original work. I just checked out the Ned Kelly painting. Your son would be thrilled.

  • Unknown 14.8.07

    great website...I hadn't considered "Clubland", but now I will...

  • Kim 14.8.07

    thanks Joh
    my son's bedroom looks like an art many portraits..... and his own artworks as's a constant shuffle for wall space :)

    It's one of those films that I could definitely see a second time Boyd :)

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Kim Barker is a Visual Artist (Diploma in Art and Graduate Diploma in Education). She is also a fully trained Reading Recovery Teacher. She has taught RAD (Royal Academy of Dancing) and Cecchetti Ballet Syllabii. Kim also manages the Top Artist' Directory and PoeARTica as well as her blog laketrees She lives with her family on the Eastern Central Coast of Australia. Follow Kim at laketrees on Twitter for updates and news