The #travellingfilmfestival comes to #tamworth this weekend, with a showcase of the hottest films of the season. The Tamworth program boasts three 2018 Oscar nominated films, including #facesplaces (Best Documentary Feature), documenting the collaboration between legendary Belgian filmmaker Agnès Varda, and iconic Instagram photographer JR, and two contenders for Best Foreign Language Film: Ildiko Enyedi’s unconventional romance #onbodyandsoul; and #afantasticwoman, the exquisite tale of a transgender woman mourning her lost lover. Don't miss out and book your tickets now: http://sff.org.au/tamworth !! #tamworthnsw#tamworthlife#tfftamworth
Finlee, Chloe and I were walking through our local shops yesterday when I saw this beautiful bunch of ladies sitting around. I saw there watching them as the laughed, had general conversation and laughed some more. They were fully engaged in what each other had to say. They made contact. Nodded their heads and smiled accordingly. Arno time did they pull out their mobile phones. They were present with the people who were there. They didn't have fear of missing out. It was so refreshing to see. I stopped and chatted to the ladies and let them know I admired their relationships and how I worry about what technology is doing to our society and the future of our kids. I thanked them for role modelling to Finlee and Chloe the value of relationships and asked them if I could take a photo to share their story. Whether it's engaging with family, friends or business clients it's more important then ever to stay connected, to be present. Put technology down and embrace your community before you lose it -Angela
Thank you to Paul and Jo Slade and Tamworth motorcycle club for hosting the summer slam series great event excellent track that we all enjoyed. Left to right: Paul Slade, Don Morris, Robert Booth, Keegan Caldwell, Bailey Spencer, Simon Appleby (me), Collin Caldwell with little Reid Gray, Gemma Borsato, One if the Bullen boys (in blue), Sharee Booth and Paul Smith.