The Hero Shot


October is looking to be a big month for Sons & Mothers.

While we can’t give too much away, look out at the end of the month for an announcement of our Australian Premiere. In the meantime we are busy getting all our marketing material together.

How do you represent seven men in one poster? It’s a question we have been grappling with for months and months.

At the Estonian Hall

We think we found the answer and here are some happy snaps from a photo shoot we had last weekend.

Rain's pic of Rock God

Held at the Estonian Hall – Duncan, Kym, Ryan and Ben came together to work under a new Director, our very own Christopher Houghton.  As the absolute professionals they are, they were patient and produced the goods. Watch this space to see the fruits of their labour.

This WayGetting the Band Back TogetherAnd a bit forward

We have also been working with the Adelaide Festival Centre and Windmill Productions on promoting the documentary with the theatre show.  And we’d like to thank our dear friend Jennifer Greer-Holmes for coming on board and giving us a hand.

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Sons & Mothers on Local Release

Kym waving

To coincide with the re-staging of Sons & Mothers the stage show at The Adelaide Festival Centre, our documentary will be shown at local art house cinema The Trak for three weeks in October to November.

From Monday 21 October you can catch daily screenings of Sons & Mothers the documentary. This is a unique opportunity for Adelaide audiences as they get to go behind the scenes are see what went on to create this award winning show.

The Trak Cinemas will also be screening Sons & Mothers daily from Monday 28 October to Friday 1November at 10:30am in a special schools season. Students are $9.50 with teachers and carers free.

For bookings please call The Trak on (08) 8332 8020.

You can also download the study guide at from Monday 23 September.

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