Cox up for film retrospective

Norman Kaye closely inspects Wendy Hughes face for blemishes in the film Lonely Hearts which is part of the Paul Cox Retrospective coming to Byron soon.

The film director Paul Cox has selected eight films for a retrospective of his work to be shown at the Byron Community Centre on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September 22-24. The films cover 20 years of feature filmmaking from this distinguished and distinctive director.

The man himself will be at this Paul Cox Retrospective to introduce some of his films.

The retrospective includes Man of Flowers, Lonely Hearts, Vincent: The Life and Death of Vincent Van Gogh, A Womans Tale, Molokai: The Story of Father Damien, The Diaries of Vaslav Nijinsky and Innocence.

Paul Cox is without doubt one of the most prolific filmmakers having made 18 feature films, seven documentaries, 11 shorts and three childrens films.

Program details and tickets are available from the Byron Community Centre or by phoning 6685 5659.


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