30.1.13 - 13 WEEK SEASON IN MELBOURNE
3.1.13 - MELBOURNE'S INDIE SUMMER HIT!
6.12.12 - ONGOING MELBOURNE SEASON + MONA
29.11.12 - WORLD AIDS DAY CHARITY SCREENINGS
23.11.12 - REVIEWERS AGREE ★ ★ ★ ★!
23.11.12 - AUDIENCE REACTIONS TO EVENING
12.11.12 - EARLY REVIEWS ARE IN!
10.11.12 - Q + A / WORLD AIDS DAY FUNDRAISER
You can also buy tickets for the Melbourne World AIDS Day (Dec 1) screening presented by Cinema Nova, with all proceeds donated to the Victorian AIDS Council / Gay Men's Health Centre:
14.9.12 - MORE NORTH AMERICAN SCREENINGS!
30.8.12 - AUSTRALIAN CINEMA SEASON
Check out the SEE IT page to find out where the film will be screening in Australia this November / December.
27.8.12 - AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD
5.7.12 - DUBLIN CLOSES FESTIVAL WITH EVENING
1.3.12 - SPECIAL JURY PRIZE AWARD
10.2.12 - LONG ISLAND LAUNCH
5.12.11 - TWO STANDING OVATIONS!
01.12.11 - BREAKFAST WITH MAYOR BLOOMBERG
30.11.11 - FEATURE ARTICLE ONLINE
28.11.11 - REHEARSALS UNDERWAY
27.10.11 - TRAILER ONLINE
12.06.11 - PREVIEW SCREENING + SHOWCASE
12.06.11 - MORE EVENING MUSIC
"Stern-Wolfe is a natural on-camera talent, eloquent, passionate, unassuming and possessed of a wry sense of humour.
Multi-tasking as director, producer, cinematographer and editor, Spong has crafted a handsome-looking production... It's an impressive effort..."
"Heartbreaking, charming, compelling and moving, 'All the Way Through Evening' is an important film, and a beautiful one. Don't miss it..."
"A quietly luminous documentary"
"An important and affecting piece of cinema."
"Mimi Stern-Wolfe will steal your heart... The film's climactic outpouring of sonic emotion will reduce you to tears."
"In its own modest and humble way, the film has carried on Mimi's legacy just as she has carried others."
"'All the Way Through Evening' is a deeply moving documentary that stays with you long after the credits roll."
"immensely moving... undeniably an important memorial work."
"All the Way Through Evening is a fitting tribute to [Mimi Stern-Wolfe] and a moving viewing experience."
"Spong is a talented director and Mimi is a woman you will find a connection to. 'All The Way Through Evening' is an important documentary and I highly urge people to seek it out."
"It's an important film, but a beautiful film as well... It's not the sort of film that you expect an independent Australian filmmaker to make, but I'm glad Rohan Spong did..."
"On screen, Stern Wolfe seems like a director’s dream subject – generous, eloquent and with a razor-sharp recall of events and memories she’s eager to share. It’s clear that the director and his subject struck up an intense rapport."
"There is an uplifting quality to 'All The Way Through Evening', despite the fact that it would not exist without the AIDS epidemic. There are too few films which examine the pursuits that provide us with quality of life."
"Few feature films think outside the box of facts and figures when depicting crucial issues like HIV/AIDS on screen. Rohan Spong's documentary, 'All The Way Through Evening', uses a mixture of classical music and wrenching personal stories to transcend the barriers..."
Australian born independent filmmaker Rohan Spong found success with his first feature film “T Is for Teacher” (2009).. It is his latest film, however, that has catapulted Rohan into the limelight and etched his name into the annals of film history.
"It began with a chance meeting between two of the most unlikely collaborators. When eccentric seventy-something New York pianist Mimi Stern-Wolfe met exuberant twenty-something Australian filmmaker Rohan Spong, their futures were about to change..."
"...Brightly, the music brings you in, and you’re caught up in the world with these talented artists, only to lose them too when the tragic nature of that history finally arrives. In that way, the audience is immersed in the tragedy too, leaving a more lasting impact by credits roll."
"...beautiful music that was going to be lost."