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Father, The

Father, The · dir. David Easteal
Australia 2011, 16’


06/26, 13:00 · Baj Pomorski – hall B

06/28, 19:45 · Baj Pomorski – hall B

Walter is released from fifteen years incarceration into an unfamiliar world. He is desperate to connect with someone and a chance meeting with his estranged son gives him a timely opportunity to make something of what remains of his life. Keeping his distance, Walter realises he must take action to stop history repeating itself, but at what cost?

Director:David Easteal
Screenplay:David Easteal
Cinematography:Ari Wegner
Editing:Peter Sciberras
Cast:John Brumpton, Richard Davies, Finn Woodlock, Chris Weir

David Easteal is a Melbourne based writer/director. After travelling the world, he obtained a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Melbourne, also studying Arts, majoring in literature.