“While cinemas have plenty of foreign films screening, mainly of the mainstream blockbuster variety, it is refreshing and worth celebrating that a historical Australian film, continuing the tradition of cinematic storytelling on Australian themes and First Nations matters, gets a decent cinema release around the country,” says The Rev’d Canon Gary Harch
“The documentary feature, Franklin, interweaves Oliver Cassidy’s solo rafting trip down the Franklin River, his personal life journey, his late father’s rafting trip 40 years earlier and the history of the ‘No Dams’ campaign,” says The Rev’d Canon Gary Harch from St John’s Cathedral
To whom do we look for honour?
Find out what some of the Open Space participants have to say about their experience of Open Space at the ACSQ’s Synod 2019
Meet The Rev’d Canon Gary Harch and find out about his ministry in Brisbane, Gladstone and the Western Region and his plans for 2019