Click here for more on the film
Director: John Duigan
Starring: Noah Taylor, Loene Carmen, Ben Mendelsohn

This funny, touching, truthful gem of a film is one of the ongoing pleasures of Australian cinema, and is as fresh and compelling on its 21st anniversary as it was on its acclaimed release
Urban Cinefile

Adopted as a baby, sixteen year-old Freya is a constant target of cruel gossip and speculation. Spirited and independent, her one ally is Danny, who has been in love with her as long as he can remember. From a distance, Danny watches helplessly as Freya falls for the town tearaway, Trevor, in the summer of 1962 in the Southern Tablelands of NSW. Trevor's and Freya's relationship has explosive results that change everything and trigger Danny's discovery of the town's darkest secret.
  • The Year My Voice Broke(M)
  • Sun 27th Jan 2019
  • Dangar Island Hall
  • 8.30pm
  • We're really excited to screen this film that is in many ways a defining moment in Australian cinema. For many years it was unavailable due to mismanagement, but patient work by the Australian cinema community brings it back to us restored and still glorious 30 years on.
  • Programmer: Cybele Shorter