Things Will Be Different: Documentary & Walking Tour

Things Will Be Different documents two neighbours’ experiences of displacement.

The film explores the impact of losing one’s home and the important role public housing plays in our communities, documenting residents as they are forced to relocate from the Walker Street public housing estate in Northcote, Melbourne when it is sold for private redevelopment. 

Things Will Be Different was made by local filmmakers Celeste De Clario Davis and Lucie McMahon. The first screening will take place at the All Saints Church in Northcote adjacent to the now demolished estate, and will involve a walking tour of the local area with the documentary participants and audience. The second screening will take place at Thornbury picture house accompanied by a Q&A with filmmakers and the documentary participants.

Please note: The film and associated activities are provided in English and Auslan only. The film will be closed captioned in English.

https://thingswillbedifferent.com

LUCIE MCMAHON

Lucie McMahon is a film practitioner and scholar based in Melbourne. Lucie currently teaches media and communications at RMIT University and Collarts, is undertaking her Master's by research at RMIT university, and working as a research assistant on Festival Files with the University of Melbourne and Melbourne International Film Festival. Lucie’s creative work involves documentary and narrative film producing.

CELESTE DE CLARIO DAVIS
Celeste is the cinematographer and an associate producer for ‘Things Will Be Different’ documentary. Graduating BFA photography at VCA in 2020, much of her photography background has informed her work in documentary making. In 2017 Celeste had her second solo exhibition ‘HOMES’ (supported by Yarra Council) which was a visual ode to public housing and an attempt to draw attention to the PHRP (Public Housing Renewal Program). Celeste has been committed to public housing advocacy for over four years and has been a part of the SPHC since its coalition in 2019, playing a crucial role in the communications team.

Event & ticketing details

Accessibility

Closed Caption
Auslan Interpreted
Wheelchair Access

Dates & Times

Sat 10 Sep: Screening & Walking Tour All Saints Church, Northcote - 3pm-6pm
Sun 18 Sep: Screening (Includes Q&A) Thornbury Picture House - 3.30pm-5pm

Tickets

Documentary Screening + Walking Tour - All Saints Church, Northcote https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/383189208237
Documentary Screening (Includes Q&A) - Thornbury Picture House https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/383296759927

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