Director: Jackie McKimmie
Screenwriters: Jackie McKimmie

Institute History

  • 1986 Sundance Film Festival


Set in working class Brisbane in 1953, Stations is an evocative short drama featuring Noni Hazelhurst as a young woman coning to terms with her romantic illusions. “A sensual piting of black-and-white social realism against memory-hazed fantasy sequences . . . It is a film of immediate and engaging feel for human weakness and strength”

— Sydney Morning Herald

Screening Details

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