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Breaksea presents an innovative Film Art Trail! Explore some of Albany's most loved and iconic premises, find the lovingly displayed, exquisite posters, use your smartphone to scan the QR Code & watch the wonderful films celebrating the richness of Great Southern artists and culture. The Breaksea Film Art Trail was available to explore between the 4-31 July in our host premises and is now onlineProduced by Breaksea with support from:
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Breaksea's Film Art Trail, Albany 2021.
A film by John Carberry, Dance by Rita Cobussen (Nee Bush)​

Choreography & Performance: Rita Bush

Vision: John Carberry

Sound: Marianthe Loucataris

Music: Kandinsky Trance II, Marianthe Loucataris

Produced by Breaksea with support from Regional Arts WA, Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries, Lotterywest and the City of Albany's Vancouver Arts Centre.

 
This film is part of the 
Breaksea Film Art Trail 2021

Kwongkan Middars/ Sand Dancers​

Two aboriginal boys based in Albany, Western Australia, deepen their connection to culture through traditional dance and music.

 A Film by Rob Castiglione 
The Sand Dancers:  Jordan Ngulaga Hayward, Luke Mowaljarlai, Jackson Mason.

 

Produced by Breaksea with support from Regional Arts WA, Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries, Lotterywest & the City of Albany's Vancouver Arts Centre.

This film is part of the 
Breaksea Film Art Trail 2021
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Part I. Unravelling The Knots
Part II. Flux​

Jen Mitchell, an abstract artist based in Denmark, Western Australia, explains the deeper truths revealed by abstraction.

 

A Film by Rob Castiglione.

Produced by Breaksea with support from Regional Arts WA, Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries, Lotterywest,  and the City of Albany's Vancouver Arts Centre,.

Narrated by:  Jen Mitchell

Music by:  Jonathon Brain

 
This film is part of the 
Breaksea Film Art Trail 2021

I Choose To Forgive

 

Aunty Eliza Woods shares the importance of creativity, stories, and forgiveness. Featuring Aunty Eliza Woods & Reneé Pettitt-Schipp.


A Film by Rob Castiglione

Produced by Breaksea with support from Regional Arts WA, Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries, Lotterywest and the City of Albany's Vancouver Arts Centre.

This film is part of the 
Breaksea Film Art Trail 2021
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Magic Pen

 

Rob Castiglione captures the magic of creativity with one of Breaksea's Youth Mentees Naomi Lake. Many thanks to Albany Light Opera Theatre Co's Let's Shine for supporting Breaksea and Naomi with this film.

 

A Film by Rob Castiglione

Produced by Breaksea with support from Regional Arts WA, Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries, Lotterywest and the City of Albany's Vancouver Arts Centre.

This film is part of the 
Breaksea Film Art Trail 2021

True Portraits

 

Award-winning photographer, Nic Duncan works with visual artist Nikki Green, to get a "True Portrait". Featuring photographer Nic Duncan and visual artist Nikki Green.

 

A Film by Rob Castiglione 

Produced by Breaksea with support from Regional Arts WA, Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries, Lotterywest and the City of Albany's Vancouver Arts Centre.

This film is part of the 
Breaksea Film Art Trail 2021
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Holding Back

 

The launch of a new song featuring, Jarrad Inman, vocals & Angus Moir, guitar. Composed by Jarrad Inman, Angus Moir, and Katie Anderson.

 

A Film by  Rob Castiglione
Produced by Breaksea with support from Regional Arts WA, Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries, Lotterywest and the City of Albany's Vancouver Arts Centre.

This film is part of the 
Breaksea Film Art Trail 2021