The Tasman Peninsula on film: the pioneering cinematography of Dorothy Hallam
James Parker will present archival films, with sound, of the Tasman Peninsula in the mid-to-late 20th century, mostly shot by Dorothy (Dof) Hallam. Dof was the first woman to shoot film for the ABC, and is rightly celebrated as a pioneer of the film industry. Dof will be at the talk, and will be interviewed by James.
Now a long-term resident of the Tasman Peninsula and former PAHSMA employee, James Parker worked in the Australian film industry in the heady days of its revival in the 1970s and ‘80s. He sees the documentary “Not Quite Hollywood” as encapsulating his somewhat misspent youth – but he wouldn’t swap it for quids.
On Wednesday 30 September at 12 noon at the Asylum, Port Arthur Historic Site
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Physical distancing requirements will be observed at all times.