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Abbotsford Convent

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Details

Running time

14 minutes

Written, directed and edited

Greg Williams    

Director of Photography

Katie Milwright

Produced by

Kylie Bryant

Dop

Jody Muston & Katie Milwright

Editor 

Brant Lee,  Picture Start Productions

Production Co & Copyright

Moppet Mode Pty Ltd, The Abbotsford Convent, 2006 

Synopsis

Abbotsford Convent – A Sense of Place is a short film documenting the history of what is now the Abbotsford Convent Arts and Culture Precinct; providing insight into the Convent’s rare combination of heritage, history, culture and landscape.

The film explores the meaning of the place, including indigenous views, the Sisters of the Good Shepherd, the seven year community campaign and now as it is developing into being one of Australia’s premier arts and cultural communities.

The Abbotsford Convent site once all but closed to the people of Melbourne, has inspired the community to fight for it’s ongoing preservation and is now open for all to enjoy.

Watch the cut down version by clicking on the link on the image or email kylie | at | moppetfilms.com.au for login details to watch the full film.

 

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