Complimentary double pass
giveaway to Ten Canoes
A film by Rolf de Heer and the people of Ramingining
"From its first frames, Ten Canoes announces itself
as a film like no other" - Time Magazine
is giving away complimentary double passes to Ten Canoes during
the months of June and July 2006 with every purchase in our
iDIDJ Store. The passes are valid in Australia, and can be
used from Friday 23 June 2006 onwards. Valid at participating
cinemas - check newspapers for locations and session times.
Valid even with NO FREE TICKETS. Not valid Saturdays after
5 pm, public holidays or cinema discount days.
"The most groundbreaking film to date" -
Marta Jary, Rolling Stone
"A delightful sense of fun"
- Screen International
"Five stars" - Jaimie Leonarder, The Movie Show
"One of the most intriguing
Australian films in years" - Gary Maddox,
Sydney Morning Herald
One hundred spears, ten canoes,
three wives... trouble. From a land not so far away, comes
a film unlike anything you have ever seen.
Almost 3 years in the making, Ten
Canoes is the result of a collaboration almost as extraordinary
as the film itself.
The great Indigenous actor David
Gulpilil had asked director Rolf de Heer (The Tracker, Bad
Boy Bubby, Alexander's Project) to make a film with his people,
on their traditional lands near Ramingining in the Northern
Territory. That country is the beautiful Arafura Swamp in
Central Arnhem Land, a swamp that is home to thousands of
crocodiles, millions of leeches and billions of mosquitoes...