Now showing: The Go-Betweens documentary ‘Right Here’ available to stream on Vimeo

“The Go-Betweens: Right Here,” director Kriv Stenders’ new documentary about the beloved Australian indie-rock act that premiered last summer at the Sydney Film Festival, can now be seen by fans in the U.S. thanks to a Vimeo streaming deal. The film, previewed below, can be rented for $4.99 or bought for $9.99. (It was also released on DVD in Australia.)

The 95-minute documentary features appearances by Robert Forster, who co-founded the band with the late Grant McLennan, as well as former bandmates Lindy Morrison, Amanda Brown, John Wilsteed and Robert Vickers, as well as famed Australian musicians Steve Kilbey and Paul Kelly.

Below, check out the trailer and/or rent/buy the film.

 

 

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  • David Bricknell

    If you’re not familiar with The Go-Betweens, have a listen to “Cattle And Cane” and it will quite possibly be the beginning of a life-long love affair. An absolute treasure-trove of hidden gems awaits!

     
  • poplar

    great documentary, very emotionally fraught

     
  • The Vimeo link says it’s unavailable in my region (US). Says it’s only available in Australia and New Zealand

     
 

 

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