MANY well known Katherine identities feature in a Northern Territory made feature film showing at Katherine Cinema early next month.
Crazy Days at the Old Brumby Moon boasts Daniel Tapp, David Gulpilil, Phil O'Brien, Al Zimdahl and a whole heap of other young thespians.
The low budget 90-minute film is billed as a comedy-drama.
It features an outback drifter who has been playing it hard for way too long tries to finally pick up the pieces of his life.
After trying to drink Darwin dry, and a conflict at a local pub, he decides to head back out bush to start life again, back to his old one horse home town Corrella Springs.
There's not much at Corrella Springs, a few houses, some crazy characters and a well frequented pub , the “Brumby Moon”.
As he hitches out of town he discovers someone has had more bad luck than him...his old mate Ben the cattleman has been killed in an accident.
Ben's daughters are now left to carry on somehow on the drought stricken property, with the bank breathing down their neck.
Here is a time he can finally help someone amidst a misguided life, time to right the wrongs ... but it was never going to be easy!
The film was shot on location at spectacular Mount Bundy Station on the Adelaide River.
Fans are invited to head down to the Katherine Cinema before the show at 7pm on November 7 to meet the cast as well.