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November 30th 2011
Mad Bastards plus an AGM

"Mad Bastards is an Australian film which charts the journey of TJ, DEAN DALEY-JONES, from Perth where he's just another ex-con with a fiery temper, especially when he's drunk, on a journey to see his 13 year old son Bullet, LUCAS YEEDA, whom he's never met." is how the ABC's Margaret Pomeranz begins her review of this Saturday night's offering to be screened by the Magnetic Island Film Society at the All Seasons hotel in Nelly Bay.

Pomeranz goes on, "Lucas is being looked after - sort of - by his mother Nella, NGAIRE PIGRAM. But she's quite a fire-brand herself, especially when she's drunk, which is often. The most stable person in Bullet's life is his grandfather Tex, GREG TAIT, who is the local cop and hates the way he sees Bullet developing.. (read more here)

Magnetic Island Film Society AGM
All current and prospective MIFS members are welcome to attend the MIFS AGM and 2012 Film Festival film selection meeting on this Sunday (Dec 4th) at 5.00pm at Marie de
Monchaux's house (26 Olympus Cres, Arcadia).

Mad Bastards details:
Classification: MA
Duration: 96 mins
Genre: Drama
Director: Brendan Fletcher
Lead actor: Dean Daley-Jones
Cast: Alex Lloyd, Douglas Maclae, Kelton Pell
Producer: Brendan Fletcher, David Jowsey, Alan Pigram, Stephen Pigram
Screenplay: Brendan Fletcher
Distributor: Transmission Films & PPA
Language: English
Country: Australia

Screening details:
Screening at all seasons Magnetic International, 61 Mandalay Ave Nelly Bay
Screenings at 8 pm on First Saturday of the Month
Admission: Adults $10.00; Concession $8.00; Members Free.
Annual MIFS membership: $50.00 Conc. $40.00 Annual membership includes free admission for one calendar year (11 screenings) & discount tickets to the Annual MIFS Film Festival. Half-yearly also available.

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Tonia In reply to The ongoing price of Nelly Bay Harbour
It's 14 years since I last visited Maggy. I am shocked by Nelly Bay and saddened. It is insensitive, ugly and juxtaposed to the essence of Maggy. I embrace progress in general, but this is poorly conceived and executed. Shame.
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