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Home – Promoting Sept 1 2018-07-19T12:15:06+00:00

30 STORIES IN 30 DAYS

Stories in September is a brand new initiative celebrating storytelling across the three main mediums of Film, Audio and Print.

WATCH AND LISTEN

Do you love stories about our incredible island and it’s people?

If yes, then you’ll love our 30 Stories in 30 Days event which celebrates Tasmanian storytellers and brings together the mediums of film, audio and print for the first time. We’ve teamed up with the State Cinema to bring you several sessions on Saturday September 1, filled with film, audio and print stories from all over our wonderful island.

Pre-release tickets are available now, click here to purchase.

You can also subscribe to this website from September 1. Only subscribers will have access to watch and listen to our 30 Stories in 30 Days storytellers, plus a whole range of additional diverse and amazing Tasmanian stories for 12 months.

We’re also working hard to tour 30 Stories in 30 Days to regional areas so communities can meet together to celebrate and share Tasmanian storytelling. Join our mailing list and we’ll let you know when subscriptions open and regional tour dates!

Stories in September is a collaboration between Tasmanian photographer and author Andrew Wilson and founder of The Wayfinder Storytelling Studio, Helene Thomas.

WATCH AND LISTEN

Alf Stackhouse

Alf is one of the last islanders to run livestock on the small outer isles off Flinders, which he mostly visits via boat or plane. So depending on the weather, and the season, he could be anywhere from Launceston to his leasehold, Badger Island, or somewhere afloat on the temperamental waters of Bass Strait.

Kaleidoscope

When Min can't stop wetting the bed, she stops talking. At least that is something she can control. Her parents have just separated and life is taking on kaleidoscopic changes around her. Directed by Lucy Gouldthorpe | Produced by Andrew Wilson

A Welshman in Israel

As a 25-year-old Bob Frost found himself in Israel setting up the first Hertz car rental operation in that part of the world. It was the late 1960s and just as he was setting up the business trouble struck, and there he was in the middle of the Six-Day War. Bob tells his story from his Franklin home in southern Tasmania.

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