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The end of the rainbow

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posted on 2010-01-01, 00:00 authored by Danny Ben-Moshe
The End of the Rainbow is a documentary film about music, about community and a very special place. When the live music venue “The Rainbow Hotel” in the Melbourne suburb of Fitzroy is forced to close down publican Chickk sets out to accommodate the many musicians and customers grieving its closure with a final week of musical activity in which there is organisational chaos, dancing, laughs, beer (lots of), and great music. It is a week of celebration as musicians pay homage to mark “the End of an Era”, but it is also a statement about community places and a protest against property development at the expense of cultural heritage, specifically Australian live music. It’s also a love story with a dramatic twist...

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Publisher

Identity Films

Place of publication

Melbourne, Vic.

Creation date

2010-01-01

Language

eng

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ATTENTION ERA 2015 CLUSTER LEADERS: The Library does not currently have access to the research output associated with this record, please contact DRO staff for further information regarding access.drosupport@deakin.edu.auScreened on ABC2 Sunday 27 June 2010 7.30pm and ABC1 Sunday 4 July 2010 3.30pm

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J1.1 Major original creative work

Extent

documentary

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