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More Love from Rip It Up! On the eve our premiere day, the lovely folks at Rip It Up have published an interview with Julia about what she learned from playing at the Sydney Opera House. It’s very wise and also dorky and cute, which sums Julia up pretty well I think! Have a read!
http://www.ripitup.com.au/music/article/5-things-i-learned-from-playing-the-sydney-opera-house#.VCOduvmSw1J
Hope to see you tomorrow night at the Mercury Cinema, 7:30 pm! :P

More Love from Rip It Up! On the eve our premiere day, the lovely folks at Rip It Up have published an interview with Julia about what she learned from playing at the Sydney Opera House. It’s very wise and also dorky and cute, which sums Julia up pretty well I think! Have a read!

http://www.ripitup.com.au/music/article/5-things-i-learned-from-playing-the-sydney-opera-house#.VCOduvmSw1J

Hope to see you tomorrow night at the Mercury Cinema, 7:30 pm! :P

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LOOK LOOK!! My film is in Rip It Up! Also, they talk about how I went to Iceland and none of us told them that! They totally researched me and everything! You can read the full article here.
We are all so excited to share this film with you guys on Friday! Please come along and celebrate with us! It would make our year to have a full house for the screening. 

LOOK LOOK!! My film is in Rip It Up! Also, they talk about how I went to Iceland and none of us told them that! They totally researched me and everything! You can read the full article here.

We are all so excited to share this film with you guys on Friday! Please come along and celebrate with us! It would make our year to have a full house for the screening. 

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Today is final mixing day for the new film! Such excite!! Also Eli is pretty magical! (thanks Eli)

Today is final mixing day for the new film! Such excite!! Also Eli is pretty magical! (thanks Eli)

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More Songs From The Deep End teasers! (Are you getting sick of me yet!) This is Julia and band performing their amazing cover of Kate Bush’s Running Up That Hill live at the Sydney Opera House! Don’t forget, the premiere screening is this coming Friday at 7:30, Mercury Cinema!

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"I think about Death a lot…’cause that’s what you do, when you’re a stay-at-home-musician.” - Julia Henning 
Day 5 of Songs From The Deep End lead-up posts! The film is premiering this coming Friday at Mercury Cinema! Info at www.songsfromthedeepend.com

"I think about Death a lot…’cause that’s what you do, when you’re a stay-at-home-musician.” - Julia Henning 

Day 5 of Songs From The Deep End lead-up posts! The film is premiering this coming Friday at Mercury Cinema! Info at www.songsfromthedeepend.com

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Day 4 of Songs From The Deep End lead-up posts! The film is premiering this coming Friday at Mercury Cinema! Info at www.songsfromthedeepend.com Come along! Bring friends! Dress fancy for the red carpet!

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More footage taken during the filming of Songs From The Deep End! This one is their cover mash up of Mad World/Sweet Dreams. Also a paint war!
As I’m sure you know by now, Songs From The Deep End will be premiering on September 26th at Mercury Cinema. www.songsfromthedeepend.com

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Julia and band rehearsing their awesome cover of Leonard Cohen’s I’m Your Man. An excerpt from my new documentary; Songs From The Deep End, premiering on September 26th at Mercury Cinema!

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Julia and friends doing what they do best. The first of many sneak peeks at my new documentary; Songs From The Deep End, premiering at Mercury Cinema on September 26th. More info at www.songsfromthedeepend.com

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Songs From The Deep End - Official Trailer

Songs From The Deep End is a documentary which follows 13 weeks in the life of Julia Henning, a young South Australian singer/songwriter, as she and her new band prepare for the gig of a lifetime. On September 10th 2012 they make their debut at the Sydney Opera House, one of the most famous performing arts centres in the world. They have just 3 months to write and prepare a whole new set, worthy of this iconic Australian venue. The preparation proves to be an emotional ride, and a poignant reminder of the ups and downs of being a self-employed creative. This is a film about pushing your limits and striving for what you desire, despite the obstacles.

A film by Emily McAllan
Produced by Imagenel in association with Blackwoolholiday Films

PREMIERE SCREENING AT MERCURY CINEMA

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 26TH

DOORS OPEN 7:30PM

TICKETS $10 AT THE DOOR OR ONLINE AT MOSHTIX

FOR MORE INFO, CONTACT INFO@SONGSFROMTHEDEEPEND.COM