Twenty two years after the 1973 Aquarius Festival which heralded the beginnings of Nimbin's colourful counter-culture, this video examines the town's lifestyles and the polarities which have arisen.
In a wider context it traces social and cultural change to Australian society through the small community's eyes.
A glorious history of our beloved town and community featuring many familiar faces and a deeper insight into how we came to be where we are now.
- Pt. 1. Peace, love & burnt rice (52 min.)
- Pt. 2. Sects, drugs & Rock 'n' Roll (52 min.)
- Pt. 3. Sensitive New Age guise (52 min.).
Directors/producers, Jenni Kendell, Paul Tait
Produced with the assistance of the Australian Film Commission