"Gravitas" in Conversation with Penny Mullen and "Spear"

Noosa Heads, Noosa Area

“GRAVITAS”, a film featuring extraordinary dancers captured by film makers Richard Keenan and Guy Calaf. Co-Produced by Louise Howden–Smith and conceived and choreographed by Penelope Mullen. Filmed in the crystal caves at Yanchep, Western Australia, the film explores the reverence one feels when immersed within the grandeur of nature’s architecture.

Event includes a special ‘live’ solo dance performance by Tyrel Dulvarie (who features in GRAVITAS) and is a member of Bangarra Dance Theatre.

"SPEAR". As artistic director of the world-renowned Bangarra Dance Theatre, he has spent over 20 years interpreting the stories of Indigenous Australians for global stages. This visually arresting film may be Stephen Page’s directorial debut, but Page is no stranger to the telling of stories through movement and images. Now Page brings Bangarra’s outstanding dance work SPEAR to the screen.

Event Dates

17 July 2016

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Adult $22.50 - $22.50 Includes booking fee.
Concession $17.50 - $17.50 Includes booking fee.

Event Venues


The J Theatre
Address:
60 Noosa Drive
Noosa Heads
Queensland, Australia 4567

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