“It’s a pretty unusual film, it’s a fictionalised origin story about the infamous Punch and Judy puppet play. My version of this is a live action re-imagining of Punch and Judy that turns what we expect from the original on it’s head”

Judy and Punch Director Mirrah Foulkes on the Australian premiere at the Sydney Film Festival

Listen above, aired on 2SER

For our Judy and Punch review see here

‘Judy and Punch’ screens as part of the Sydney Film Festival on Thursday 13 June at the Randwick Ritz, as part of the Travelling Film Festival on Friday August 2 in Wollongong, Friday August 23 in Huskisson, Friday August 30 in Sawtell and Sunday November 3 in Nambour, as part of the Melbourne International Film Festival on August 4th at 2:30PM at the MCEC, August 6th at 6:30PM at the Sofitel Melbourne and August 16th at 4PM at the Capitol, as part of CinefestOz on August 30 at 8:15PM and September 1 at 6:30PM at Orana Cinemas, as part of the Darwin International Film Festival on September 20, as part of the Brisbane International Film Festival on October 3 & 11 and as part of the Byron Bay Film Festival on Saturday October 19, Sunday October 20, Wednesday October 23, Friday October 25 and Saturday October 26 and will be in cinemas from November 21

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