PO Box 217
Longford Tas 7301
Phone: 0419 387 556 (Tony Cullimore)
0429 115 567 (Cathie Green)



ABOUT US The Norfolk Plains Film Society, established in 2013, is an initiative of a group of film-loving locals who enjoy seeing people from the area gather together once a month to enjoy a good film and a night out in Longford. Members enjoy 11 films each year, screening on the second Friday of each month at 7:30pm at the Longford Town Hall. The Norfolk Plains Film Society is a member of ACOFS (Australian Council of Film Societies) and TFOFS (Tasmanian Federation of Film Societies). THIS MONTH'S FEATURE FILM - 12 june 2015
film program



Released in 2012, an Australian film set in Kimberley region and starring Cameron Wallaby and David Gulpilil.


This is a heartfelt, moving and uplifting story about a young boy’s journey to saving his home and, ultimately himself. A 12-year old aboriginal boy, Pete, lives with his grandfather in an abandoned outdoor cinema in Wyndham. When his home is threatened with demolition, Pete sets off for the city and is joined by his best friend, Kalmain.  The pair travel through the Kimberley and when they get lost, Pete has to remember some of the old aboriginal bush skills his grandfather taught him so they can survive.




Follow the links below to view movie trailers and read reviews:


Roadshow Entertainment

At the Movies

National Film and Sound Archive, Australia

Rotten Tomatoes






Film archive
Committee Members

Andrew Calvert - President

Di McGrath

Olwyn Nilon

Cathie Green

Tony Cullimore

Sue Cullimore

Rhonda Mortimer

Dee Potter