TOUCH: Australia’s first feature-length motion picture without pictures
On 13 February, we're playing host to a big first, and a very special event when Mastercard, in partnership with Westpac, present the world premiere of TOUCH: Australia’s first feature-length motion picture without pictures.
Created for people with low vision and those who are blind, TOUCH uses the immersive power of sound to create an inclusive cinematic experience, and promises to be an extraordinary new cinema experience for everyone; quite unlike anything you've previously experienced in a cinema.
Directed by award-winning director Tony Krawitz, TOUCH tells the story of a young man, Ben, and his friends who get trapped in the consciousness of Ben’s father, Frank, after an experiment goes wrong. To escape, they must go on an epic adventure through Frank's memory, learning more about a man they thought they knew.
All proceeds from the screening will go to Blind Citizens Australia. If you know someone who is blind or who has low vision, please let them know about this special event and consider joining them.
Don't miss out, tickets are limited and on sale now only through Humanitix.