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David Stratton celebrates A Cinematic Life with Sydney premiere featuring Margaret Pomeranz

Australian film’s most dynamic duo, David Stratton and Margaret Pomeranz, will reunite for one night only at the Sydney premiere screening of the new feature film DAVID STRATTON: A CINEMATIC LIFE.

Sydneysiders will be able to welcome David and Margaret at Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace, Cremorne on Tuesday 28th February featuring a very special Q&A session with them following the film.

DAVID STRATTON: A CINEMATIC LIFE is an intimate journey with David Stratton, from his first boyhood cinema experience in England, to his migration to Australia as a ‘ten pound pom’ in 1963 and onto his present day reflections on the iconic themes that run through our cinematic legacy.

Alongside David, this absorbing documentary includes commentary from some of the most recognisable names in Australian cinema including Gillian Armstrong, Eric Bana, Bryan Brown, Russell Crowe, Judy Davis, Nicole Kidman, George Miller, Sam Neill, Geoffrey Rush, Fred Schepisi, Warwick Thornton, Jacki Weaver and Hugo Weaving.

“The documentary provides insight to a side of David the Australian public haven’t seen before. The chance to have David attend these screenings and speak personally about his life is a privilege,” said Transmission Films Joint Managing Directors Richard Payten and Andrew Mackie.

The Sydney Premiere will be the first of two Q&A screenings of the film in Sydney, David will also appear on Wednesday 1st March at Palace Norton Street. In preparation for the release of DAVID STRATTON: A CINEMATIC LIFE, David will be appearing at special event screenings in Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane and Melbourne from late February.

DAVID STRATTON: A CINEMATIC LIFE is written and directed by Sally Aitken (Getting Frank Gehry, Streets of Your Town) and produced by Jo-anne McGowan and executive produced by Jennifer Peedom (Sherpa).

DAVID STRATTON: A CINEMATIC LIFE will open in cinemas nationally on March 9th.
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