This life is bound with beauty for the naked eye to see
perfection for the senses eternal serenity
will you see and feel and be as open as the air
will you give and will you love without fear for all to share
may the glory of all that is embrace your soul right now
never looking back yet letting go of everything you no
divine in time your essence shines feel the freedom that’s inside
feel and be your eternity you are your greatest guide
may we love and may we care our time is now to share
for we are one, the moon the sun, birds flying on the air
by Pip Morrissey
On Saturday 12 December we’re showing a very clever black comedy, What We Do in the Shadows. It’s a horror movie send-up that’s been described as fresh, funny and smart, receiving critical acclaim as the best comedy of the year in 2014. Critics and cinemagoers alike loved it. If you’ve got good sense of humour, you’ll get a lot of enjoyment from this film, while socialising with locals and friends and enjoying a great meal. The catering this month will be provided by the Goonengerry Landcare Group and we’re going to be treated with a middle eastern feast of spiced chicken, lebanese rice, shepherds salad with croutons and sweet potato cakes as well as homemade cakes, tea and coffee.
Project Break Through
A lucky career break has just come a step closer for four Northern Rivers based Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander screen industry workers with Screenworks’ Project Break Through.
Four selected participants will be matched with appropriately chosen screen industry professionals to help them work towards achieving their screen industry career goals.
Our Region's Cultural Voice is not for $ale!
Ten years ago while living in the rainforests of Nashua, then in Nimbin town, I started to plan a story which included a set of interviews on the folk of the Northern Rivers. Ten years later and I have finally done it!