Wednesday, December 27, 2006
Here are some great family moments at the Jacca Family Festival taken by our roving Photographer, at the Clarence Valley entertainment corners and on stage events.
The Beach Boys Wannabe"s on show at the Jaca Jacca Thursday Fun on Stage performing the hits of the sixties. The Simo Live Show, Country Energy Party, The Super Heroes Boggie Shoes Show. The Love Shack Team, Rock and Roll Party Queens.
Wednesday, December 20, 2006
Here are the latest photos taken by our Roving Photographer's Robin and Maree on the spot at the Jaca Jaca Festival.
Check out all the Photo's taken through the fun pack entertainment week. Keep watching this space The Jacca Trailer is coming this friday on www.youtube.com/jacarandafilms
Wednesday, December 13, 2006
The Spirit of Grafton Town's People have been behind producing the Jacaranda Festival,which is the largest longest running floral and entertainment event in Australia and been established Since 1935.
The Jacca Highlights 2006 55mins family DVD will be available to purchase from Jacaranda Films web site www.jacarandafilms.com.au . Check out all the action photos on our blog www.jacarandafilms.blogspot.com
Please send orders to Jacaranda Films Studio 12 Orara Valley Nana Glen Post Office NSW 2450 The DVD is $20.00 plus $4.95 for Postage and Handling within Australia.
Check out these Photos, non stop party Seven days fun week of adventures and comedy taking place at Grafton in the Clarence Valley Region for the month late October to early November 2006.
Looking for that perfect gift for Christmas for the Family. Check out the Jacca Highlights DVD which includes all the fun and entertanment of the Grafton longest running festival since the year 1935, This year events include the Dragon's on the Clarence, Hang Gliding Launch and the Big Breaky and Queens Crowning and Street Parade.
The following events are included in the Jacca Highlights family DVD , the Daily Examiner Youth Banner competition and the Big parade down main street of Grafton. The 2GF Big Breaky day which attracted around 10,000 crowds on the day.
The Crazy Thursday Comedy and entertainment skitzs, live bands and carnival. The crowning of the Jacaranda Queens Party and the Talent Show 10 mins of fame and loads of other little surprise extras throughout week of fun and games for all to enjoy.
Wheels of Time: is a Steam Train documentary based on the Glenreagh Mountain Railway Tourism attraction located seven hours drive north of Sydney on the mid north coast of new south wales Australia.
The DVD is now on sale for $25.00 which includes postage within Australia states. Look at some of the photos below and click on Betty 1919 link for further information and order on line now by contacting us at Jacaranda Films sales on mobile 0429854632 .
Saturday, December 2, 2006
Premier of the Wheels of Time DVD launch at the Glenreagh Memorial Hall was attended by over 130 approx train enthusiasts, locals and visitors on the June long weekend in 2006.
On location getting ready to shoot the action of Glenreagh Mountain Railway setting up cameras and prepping the scenes for the Wheels of Time documentary.
The story is based on Steam Engine Betty 1919 which came into service to Australia in the year 1878 and is now running as a Tourist Railway for the Glenreagh Mountain Railway. The running costs of keeping Betty on track is around $3000.00 approx every month.
If you would like to find out more on Betty check out the latest news on line down in cybertracks http://www.gmr.org.au/ for all further details of the progress of Glenreagh running time weekends and history details of all the updates with the Glenreagh Mountain Railway volunteers team.
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Check out the photos of Steam Train Betty 1919 during shooting the movie written and produced by Jacaranda Films local production shot over three and half months on location at Glenreagh seven hours north of Sydney east coast of Australia.
The documentary was produced on a shoestring budget and edited on final cut pro software and filmed with Sony PD 170 cameras and voice over narration by local identity Terry Daniel.
The music soundtrack was written by Country Rock musician James Buck Donald who plays throughout the Orara Valley.