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Hugo Weaving, David Wenham and director Jim Loach were among those in attendance as Oranges and Sunshine premiered in Australia at the Dendy Circular Quay cinema yesterday evening. Coverage is only just starting to emerge, and some of it is only available to Australians (Grrr!) but I’ll do the best I can to post as many pics, interviews etc as I can find. The film’s reception has been overwhelmingly postive thusfar, and it’s already been successful in its UK release.
Hugo with David Wenham at Oranges and Sunshine’s Australian premiere last night.
(Eva Rinaldi photo)
Hugo with the real Margaret Humphreys, who wrote Empty Cradles, and Harold Haig, the man whose story inspired Hugo’s character Jack
Hugo with David Wenham, director Jim Loach and Margaret Humphreys
More as it becomes available!