After a long battle with depression, Queensland rare chicken breeder Mark Tully is now on a mission to protect the endangered chickens to which he owes his life.
I was part of the sound post production team that picked up an AFI award for Best Sound in a Documentary!
“A beautiful, simple tale about one man’s love of rare-breed chickens and how that love redeemed him from chronic depression…. funny, heartfelt, and surprisingly moving.”
“With a whimsical style reminiscent of Errol Morris (The Fog of War) and Mark Lewis (Cane Toads), writer-director-cinematographer Randall Wood has laid a beauty.”
“Half an hour just doesn’t do justice to this unseen world, and the soul-mending solace this young man found clucking within it.”
“Every now and then, a show comes along that has a much bigger punch than you could possibly anticipate, and tonight that honour goes to this little gem.”
“It’s difficult to imagine a documentary on rare chickens making for enthralling viewing, but it’s not hard to get sucked into this one….”