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Canberra Film: The Young & The Wrestlers – coming to Dendy

By johnboy - 11 November 2008 22

[First filed: October 28, 2008 @ 09:44
Second filing: October 29, 2008 @ 13:56]

Local film maker Dave Farrell’s latest project is a look at the strange underground world of wrestling in Canberra.

This from his website:

    “The Young & The Wrestlers” is a Documentary following a group of Canberrans who share a common hobby: Professional Wrestling!

    The feature length film will document a six month period as the members of the Pro Wrestling Alliance deal with their lives and each other in the lead up to the biggest show of the year ‘Clash in the Capital.’

It’s premiering on 20 November at Dendy at 18.30, tickets on sale now ($15).

Here’s a trailer:

UPDATED: We now have two double passes available for the 20 November screening at 6.30pm. The first two premium members to contact us asking for the tickets will get their name(+1) on the door.

The movie now also has a Facebook fan page if you’re inclined to show your support.

Another Update: Due to popular demand a second show has been added at 9.30.

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hk0reduck 9:32 pm 20 Nov 08

Just got back from the WORLD PREMIERE.

This awesome website “RiotAct.Com” got a shout-out in the credits. Too bad for 🙁

Good movie, I will download it if he does some digital distribution : – )

dingo84 12:54 am 12 Nov 08

Danman said :

Probably was not fake blood – I cant view vids @ work – but people suffer for their art every day.

Just the other week I chipped my elbow on a night shoot… It comes with the territory.

That is so hardcore….

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