by GREG KING
THE MAN FROM COX’S RIVER is a fascinating documentary about the efforts to move wild horses from national parks in NSW. It is also an intimate look at Luke Carlon, an expert horseman, who was involved in the impossible and risky mission. The film was directed by Russell Kilbey, and has been playing at sold out sessions around the country.
The Man From Cox’s River will be screening at the Kino Cinemas on September 9 at 8.45pm as part of the 2015 Environmental Film Festival.
To find out more about the film, Greg spoke to Russell Kilbey for his radio program Movies At Dusk on 3WBC 94.1FM