Southern Downs Regional Council Mayor Cr Peter Blundell and Cr Glyn Rees will visit a movie set in Allora on today to see filming “in action”.
Film Producer Liam Heyen said the Council had been very supportive of the Griffith University Film School project.
“Council have been great to work with – they are closing part of the main street for us on Tuesday December 3 and for part of the day on Thursday December 5. They are also assisting with use of the local hall and other facilities.
“We're really grateful for this and will be acknowledging the Council and Allora community in our film credits. We also hope to have a community screening early in the new year,” he said.
The scenes of Allora will be screened around the world, with the film crew's previous film “Rain” screened at Cannes Film Festival and the Los Angeles film festival Hollyshorts.
Mr Heyen said the film is called “OUROBOROS” and tells the story of Linden Connor, a man from the not too distant future whose wife is at death's door following a long history of medical problems stemming from a hit and run accident in her youth.
via Southern Downs Regional Council
Image via Ouroboros Facebook page