The Set, 1970 Main character Paul (Sean McEuan), is a young artist drawn into the amoral world of Sydney's seedy, arty high society, known as...

Cult Sinema Australiana presents: The Set

Location:

244–248 William St
2011 NSW
Australia

Venue:
Kings Cross Hotel

Event Details

The Set, 1970
 
Main character Paul (Sean McEuan), is a young artist drawn into the amoral world of Sydney's seedy, arty high society, known as "the set". Highly censored before it’s release, there were more than a dozen cuts before the film was passed for export. This drama film directed by Frank Brittain and produced by David Hannay, was the first feature film in Australia to have homosexuality as a main theme.
Curated & hosted by Jay Katz & Miss Death
Presented by: Roger Ward (writer)
 
Described as a 'legend' by Quentin Tarantino, Roger Ward is a pioneering Australian actor and writer of ‘The Set’ (both the novel and the film) who began his career on stage at the age of twelve.
 
 

Access and Inclusion

  • Wheelchair accessible - Access to the venue is suitable for wheelchairs (toilets, ramps/lifts etc.) and designated wheelchair spaces are available.