Limbo | Reconciliation Week Film Event

A masterpiece of suspense set in the Australian outback. 29 May | Strand Cinema

This crime mystery brings all elements of outback Australia together in one dramatic thriller. Set in a small Australian outback town, detective Travis Hurley arrives to investigate a 20 year old unsolved homicide of an Aboriginal woman. The detective discovers a collection of unpleasant truths that highlight the intricacies of loss and injustice faced by Aboriginal Australians.

‘It is a tough, muscular film with the grit of crime, but a heartbeat of compassion’, Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian.

The film features First Nations actress Natasha Wanganeen, who is known for her starring role in the 2002 feature film Rabbit Proof Fence. She was co-writer and co-producer of the 2022 Indigenous sci-fi drama ‘Bunker: The Last Fleet’.  Detective Travis Hurley is played by Australian actor Simon Baker, known for his role as ‘The Mentalist’ in the CBS television series.

This year’s theme for National Reconciliation Week 2023 is ‘Be a Voice for Generations’. The theme encourages all Australians to be a voice for reconciliation in our everyday lives as we live, work and socialise.

Limbo had its world premiere at the 73rd Berlin International Film Festival on 23 February 2023 where it competed for Golden Bear award.

This event is supported by the Arts and Heritage Levy in association with Caloundra Film Festival.

LocationDate and TimeRegistration
Strand Cinema, 11 Bulcock St, CaloundraMonday 29 May, 7pmRegister

Registration essential.


Limbo | an Ivan Sen film

Limbo | an Ivan Sen film

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