Mon 26 Nov 2018

PBS and The Spotted Mallard are proud to present a free screening of the documentary 'Now Sound: Melbourne's Listening', directed by Tobias Willis and produced by Marcus Alessandro Rimondini.

Hosted by PBS FM’s Maddy Macfarlane (Homebrew), hear some of Maddy's favourite tracks over dinner and drinks from 7pm, before a brief introduction and interview with Director Tobias Willis at 8:20pm and screening at 8:30pm.

FREE entry for all, and PBS members receive a complimentary pot of selected craft beer or glass of house wine on arrival! Members also receive a 10% discount on all transactions over $50, so don't forget your membership card.

Bookings and table reservations are essential. Click here to head to Moshtix and reserve your spot, and email to reserve a table.
Include the following in the email:
- Name for booking:
- Number of people attending in your group:
- Time of arrival:
- Dinner/Snacks: Yes or No??

'Now Sound' is a feature length documentary exploring Melbourne’s love for music. Guided by a plethora of culturally relevant artists, the film focuses on the vibrant music scene of Melbourne’s inner northern suburbs. Showcasing unique artists and exalting subcultures, Now Sound documents the trials and tribulations that constantly threaten to demolish Melbourne’s iconic music culture and the unending passion that revives and sustains it. Music is the voice of culture; Now Sound is a documentary about listening. web image_0.jpg