“Bloody Hell!.” -Bill.
(perception of time slows as a green muscle car comes head on towards he and his beloved wife)
“Have we just died and gone to heaven?” – Jennifer.
I was awestruck when I read Bill’s Instagram post last week describing he and his wife’s near death experience immediately after celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary and receiving hopeful distribution news about his upcoming film, Facing Fear.
Bloody Hell. No coincidences:
Bill Bennett’s career in film spans four decades. He’s made sixteen feature films and several documentaries. His work as a feature producer and director has been recognised with two Australian Film Institute Awards, for Best Film and Best Director. He’s had two feature films in Official Selection at the Cannes Film Festival, four films in selection at Toronto and won Best Picture at Karlovy Vary, Palm Springs and Hawaii film festivals.
His work has screened at the New York Museum of Modern Art, and he’s had three major international retrospectives. Recently Bill wrote, produced and directed a feature length theatrical documentary on intuition. PGS – Intuition is your Personal Guidance System. The film screened to sell-out crowds across Australia and the US.
He’s currently making a companion film on fear, called Facing Fear.