Bad Lucky Goat
Mon 11th Sep | 8:30pm
With unique Caribbean sights and sounds, this is a film unlike any you’ve seen before!
Corn and Rita, two incompatible siblings, find themselves on a 24-hour adventure around Port Paradise after accidently killing a bearded goat with their father’s truck.
They traverse the island looking for a way to conceal the accident, visiting rastafari drum makers, a pawn shop and a witch doctor along the way.
Official Selection: 2017 SXSW Film Festival
Official Selection: 2017 Panama International Film Festival
Australian Premiere, Feature, Colombia, 2017, Dir. Samir Oliveros, 80 min, Creole with English subtitles
From 7:45pm enjoy a glass of wine or beer on arrival and a special music performance by Errol H. Renaud
Errol H Renaud from Trinidad & Tobago is a pioneer of Caribbean music in the Australian, Asian and Pacific regions and has performed in over twenty five different countries worldwide. He is based in Sydney, Australia playing a brand of original music with a rich Caribbean flavour, a taste of conscious lyrics spiced up with Soca, Reggae and fused with funky and exotic world beats
Feature Director BIO – Samir Oliveros
Samir Oliveros was born in Bogota, Colombia in June 1990. He studied film direction at the School Of Visual Arts in NY. After graduation, he launched a kickstarter campaign that was successfully funded with just over 60K dollars to shoot his first feature Bad Lucky Goat. The film was shot in Old Providence in the Colombian Caribbean and debuted at the 2017 SXSW Film Festival.