Tony and Anna Williams left Sydney to enjoy country living in the Southern Highlands. White Birch Farm was the property they were looking for, with beautiful gardens, a 12 acre rainforest, studio and cottage and paddocks for some livestock.
Tony is a semi retired film director, and with Anna producing, they have made some documentaries in their spare time on the farm which are available for sale as DVDs.
A Place Called Robertson captures the life of our local village, and is an essay on the spirit that can be found in Australian rural towns. The film was premiered at the Bowral cinema.
When Australia’s most famous living artist, John Olsen, was looking for a space to paint his biggest mural since his Sydney Opera House mural ‘Salute to Five Bells’, Tony and Anna offered John the use of their studio. They decided to make a film about the mural and John’s life at 85. A 30 minute version of their film was screened by the ABC, and the 54 minute version is available on DVD.
The DVDs can be purchased on line.
To purchase A Place Called Robertson click here.
To purchase The King Sun – John Olsen at 85 click here.