2:00pm - 3:45pm 15th February
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Room 412
O Block

An audio described screening of this classic 1955 American thriller directed by Charles Laughton and starring Robert Mitchum.

Join us for an audio described screening of classic American thriller The Night of the Hunter. Directed by Charles Laughton in 1955 and starring Robert Mitchum, Shelley Winters and Lillian Gish, the story follows a corrupt religious fanatic turned serial killer who seduces an unsuspecting widow whilst in pursuit of $10,000 hidden by her executed husband. Based on the 1953 novel of the same title by Davis Grubb and drawing on a true story, this chilling movie is known for its lyrical and expressionistic style. This film does not have a content rating.

Audio description (AD) is the description of visual information, narrated between gaps in the dialogue and accessible to people who are blind or have low vision. For this film screening, the live audio description is provided by Vivienne Abitia, an experienced actor and voice work artist who delivers live audio description for the Queensland Performing Arts Centre through Vision Australia, as well as other organisations and events.

This program is presented in conjunction with the exhibition Anne Wallace: Strange Ways, showing at QUT Art Museum.

Book online or contact QUT Art Museum on 07 3138 5370 or Please provide your full name, phone number, and total number of attendees.

This film will be screened in O Block. See the QUT Art Museum Visit page for more information on accessing QUT Gardens Point campus and a map showing the location of O Block. Alternatively, a guide will be outside the front of QUT Art Museum 10 minutes before the film to walk guests to the screening location.


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Anne Wallace: Strange Ways

9 November 2019 - 23 February 2020

Strange ways is the first major survey exhibition of Anne Wallace, and includes works from the early 1990s through to the current day. Born and raised in Brisbane in the 1970s, her highly accomplished figurative paintings are as much about the textual as the pictorial.