"Hunt Angels"The Melbourne Friends of the National Film and Sound Archive held a Q&A about the film Hunt Angels on Sunday 4th September at 2pm, by Zoom.
Hunt Angels is a true story of film industry outlaws Rupert Kathner and Alma Brooks who in the late 1930s began a movie-making spree that took on the Hollywood barons and the police, all in their passionate pursuit to make Australian films.
This innovative production creatively utilised archival film from the NFSA and photographs of the period to vividly recreate the era.
We invite you to view the film and then take part in a lively discussion with the producer Sue Maslin, co-producer Daryl Dellora and writer/director Alec Morgan about its making, with Melfriendsnfsa committee member and film critic Peter Krausz as interviewer.
Please view the film prior to the talk. To view the film click on this link: https://vimeo.com/725547528 Password: angels!
Further details about the film and the awards it has received can be viewed here:https://www.filmartmedia.com/projects/hunt-angels/
The recording of the event is here.