Last night 6/5/13 was a momentous day for not only APIU and Willow Court but New Norfolk and Tasmania with the final and absolute approval of the Documentary by the Derwent Valley Council.
Nick Jarvis and Aiden Sullivan Co-Founders of APIU attended last night’s meeting where together with Council reviewed and signed a MOU for the Docco.
Council stated that it has been reviewed and approved by their solicitor and that they have a statement from the Anti Discrimination officer stating “there is nothing of Concern” in the Docco.
All Council was quite excited about the approval and subsequent release via Screening nights in Willow Court and DVD. Council suggested that we make available an initial 1000 copies of the DVD for sale and stated that we would work in collaboration for screening nights with 100% profits going back into Willow Court.
I would like to thank Council for their assistance and support throughout the process, even though it has taken a number of years to reach the approval stage it has made the Docco more solid product by it being scrutinized and ratified by ourselves and Council.
Thanks must also been given to Ross Latham from Archives Tasmania for his support of the docco. If it wasn’t for his support a lot of the precious archive footage would not be allowed to be released.
Finally thanks to all our supporters and fans for sticking by us and having the patience throughout this long process we appreciate it.
I think the timing is right to now release the title of the Docco which is: If These Walls Could Talk- A Paranormal Documentary into Willow Court
Next step now is to submit the Docco to classifications before it can be officially released.
Stay tuned for our Official Trailer coming soon!!!!!!!!!!!!!