Short (footy) films from country Victoria – Part 1: by Malcolm McKinnon

Thanks to Brendan Fitzgerald for reminding us to re-visit Malcolm McKinnon’s terrific short films about Victorian country footy.

 

 

LEGENDARY TALES

 

The Big Brawl of ’36 (Swifts Creek) – 3.20

 

Mick Cleeland’s Ticket to Immortality (Waaia) – 2.52

 

Time on for Chiltern – 2.52

 

 

NEVER SAY DIE

 

Tough as Old Boots (Granya) – 3.00

 

Slip Plays On… (Dartmoor) – 3.01

 

Chronicling the Game (Donald) – 2.48

 

 

RIVALRIES AND MERGERS

 

Rekindled Rivalry (Hepburn / Daylesford) – 4.00

 

Fiercely Independent (Lindenow South) – 2.51

 

Changing Religion (Orbost) – 3.38

 

Check out Parts 2 and 3 HERE

 

These films are available through Picture Victoria – which is a website and service well-worth visiting.  CLICK HERE.

 

 

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