Tweed Regional Museum is screening a series of short films from their film archive as part of the Murwillumbah Arts Trail and Street Festival this Saturday.

The Tweed Regional Museum holds an amazing collection of eclectic, quirky, and fun locally made short films. These engaging pieces tell stories about local people, events and issues. While they were never destined to become big screen blockbusters, they capture the wonderful diversity of people living in the Tweed.

These home-grown stories are vibrant, personal, and deeply connected to the Tweed. Explore behind-the-scenes of events such as the Tweed Valley Banana Festival and the Greenback Fishing Competition. Get a glimpse into the personal lives of prominent locals such as Phil Taylor, and enjoy the infamous story of Murbah Swamp Beer.

Pop in on Saturday 18 May as part of the Murwillumbah Arts Trail to catch one or more of these treasures from the vault!

When:    Saturday 18 May, 10am – 4pm
Where:    Tweed Regional Museum, 2 Queensland Road, Murwillumbah, New South Wales 2484
Cost:        Free
Contact:  (02) 6670 2493
Email:    trm@tweed.nsw.gov.au

 

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