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December 7, 2022

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Duncan Ragg and Cazz Bainbridge in Unravelling.

Acclaimed local director, Darius Devas, is holding an encore screening following the sold out Byron premiere of his new feature film, Unravelling. He is using the funds to take the film to European and US festival circuits over the summer. The film had its world premiere at the prestigious Cinefest Oz and screened at BIFF in Brisbane. Unravelling tells the story of El and Sim, a couple in their 30s, who have just moved to the Byron Shire and are gripping tightly to their relationship as their different visions for the future threaten to tear them apart. Darius wrote the film in collaboration with the two lead actors, Cazz Bainbridge and Duncan Ragg, and was mentored by acclaimed director Kim Farrant through the Screenworks and ADG Director Pathway Program. With Kim’s support he created a bespoke process, combining writing and performance workshops to develop the script. 

Unravelling has its encore screening this Saturday, 6pm at the Palace Cinema, tickets are $25. The screening includes a complimentary Stone & Wood brew and Darius will be present for a Q&A afterwards.
Tickets are only available via: beinghere.com.au/unravelling (not from Palace).

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