A spur of the moment film with some keen bean highliners at Werribee Gorge, May 2015.
This film was made several years ago in support of the local Melbourne slackline community. People of all ages and abilities enjoy slacklining. Unfortunately, councils are making it increasingly difficult for slackliners to practise in parks and recreational areas of Melbourne. This film highlights the social, physical and mental benefits of the sport as well as the ever-growing population of slackliners who want to keep doing what they love!
Following her husband’s stroke, Mabel Vidamour offered her family’s property to the community for public food production. Set on the Mornington Peninsula, Australia, Mabel discusses how her husband’s stroke has influenced their lives on the farm and their engagement with the community. A film to strengthen and inspire local social cohesion!