NFSA curator Jillian Mackenzie
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The Corrick family of musicians, orators, singers and picture show presenters, toured Australia from 1901 – 1914.
The Corrick family of musicians, orators, singers and picture show presenters, toured Australia from 1901 – 1914. NFSA Curator and Corrick film specialist, Jill Mackenzie, will introduce you to the family, and through the NFSA collection, illustrate their talents and their travels. You’ll hear clips from Oral History and recital recordings and see some of the fantastic special effects films (now digitally restored and included in the Ten Days on the Island program) as a sample of the broader collection donated to the NFSA by John Corrick (Leonard’s son) and now supervised by Leonard’s grandson, Stewart Corrick.
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Burnie Arts Theatre
77-79 Wilmot St, pataway/Burnie
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