Things on Sunday: An Ordinary Man ~ theatre notes

Monday, September 18, 2006

Things on Sunday: An Ordinary Man

Your hostess with the mostest is up for the next in the Things on Sunday series at the Malthouse. It is the screening of the award-winning documentary The President versus David Hicks (2004), followed by a conversation with its writer-director, Curtis Levy, about his experiences in making the film and its relationship to his other works. Both promise to raise intriguing questions about the relationship between art, ethics, politics and everyday life. The President versus David Hicks won the 2004 AFI Best Documentary Award and the Most Outstanding Documentary Series at the 2005 LOGIE Awards. Curtis Levy’s other films include Hephzibah and The Queen Goes West.

Date: Sunday 24 September
Film screening: 1pm (81 mins)
Conversation with Curtis Levy: 2.30pm (60 mins)
Host: Alison Croggon
Cost: $10, free for subscribers
Subscribers will need to ring the Box Office 9685 5111 to book their free ticket. Bookings by phone or visit The CUB Malthouse, 113 Sturt Street Southbank


Anonymous said...

I am so sad that I keep missing out on these events. They sell out so quickly. How many tickets do they sell for each TOS event? I would dearly love to be able to go to the TOS events this April 2007 but they were again sold out really fast. I am an avid theatre fan and I would have dearly loved to be able to go to these. I wish they would make more tickets available. I would also be willing to subscribe but I guess that is not an option as they are already sold out.

Alison Croggon said...

Hmm, anonymous. That doesn't sound right at all. Certainly these ones, although they were healthily attended, were by no means sold out.