What’s On [Gunning]: Max-a-Mania: A special screening of Max Cullen movies

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Now here’s one special event screening we wish we could attend.

Legendary Australian actor Max Cullen will host a special fundraising event to help restore the heritage Coronation Theatre which houses the Picture House Gallery where Max lives with his artist partner Margarita Georgiadis.

The eventing will include two of Cullen’s films and an exclusive screening of a private show reel of Max movies which will scree under the stars in the back garden of The Picture House Gallery. Cullen will also be in attendance to host the event.

Max Cullen is arguably one of Australia’s best loved actors having appeared in over 130 films and countless theatrical productions. Max’s latest films include Broke, Acute Misfortune, and Never Too Late.

Attendees are encourages to bring a picnic to share under the stars and your own blanket or chair. Max will also be available to sign DVD copies of Running on Empty for lucky fans on night for just $50.

Here’s the lineup of films:

Running on Empty
Directed by John Clark
Mike is a young man who is a budding street racer, and owner of a Ford Falcon GT-HO Phase III. His best mate and mechanic, Tony, are both steel workers by day, but when they aren’t working, they are racing.

Rate of Exchange (Exclusive Short Film
Story by Bill Hunter
Screenplay & Art Direction by Max Cullen
Starring an all star cast of classic Australian actors including Fred (Cul) Cullen, John Meillon, Archie Hull, Tex Morton, John Ewart, Robert McDarra, Les Foxcroft, Roger Ward, Bill Hunter and many more.

Max-a-Mania: A celebration of Max Cullen on 6pm Saturday 2 April 2022
Max-a-Mania is an alcohol free event.

More details on the event here. Restoration Go Fund Me details here.

Running on Empty


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