DAME CHANGER PRESENTS THE WOMEN OF PALM BEACH
Dame Changers, together with Universal Pictures, is thrilled to present THE WOMEN OF PALM BEACH, an In Conversation with Jane Caro followed by a special preview screening of Palm Beach on Friday 2nd August at 6:30pm at Dendy Opera Quays.
The screen professional collective Dame Changer present an opportunity to see the film before its Australian cinema release, and a chance to hear from the inspirational women behind it. Directed and co-written by Rachel Ward (Beautiful Kate), the film is a testament to the perseverance of the creative team. Rachel will be joined by actresses Heather Mitchell and Jacqueline McKenzie and producer Deb Balderstone to offer a behind the scenes look at the making of the film and provide female filmmakers with a deeper understanding of the hurdles and obstacles they face when taking scripts to screen.
Palm Beach opened the 2019 Sydney Film Festival and was described as “an exuberant and life-affirming celebration of friendship… with witty dialogue, a breathtaking location and great actors at the top of their game”.
When a group of lifelong friends gather in Palm Beach to celebrate a milestone birthday, conviviality soon gives way to the messy realities of life.
PALM BEACH is in cinemas nationally from August 8, 2019. Watch the trailer here.
Tickets are $20 and available via Eventbrite.
ABOUT DAME CHANGER
Dame Changer is an Australian professional women’s collective providing opportunities in training and networking for women in the screen industry. The organisation is actively building awareness of gender bias and aims to break down the barriers to career growth being experienced by mid-career screen industry women.
Dame Changer members include female writers, directors, producers, directors of photography, production designers, editors, composers and other creative heads of department, as well as professionals from the finance, acquisition, legal and accounting, sales and distribution, marketing and other business sectors.
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