Paul Kelly: Stories of Me Trailer

Paul Kelly: Stories of Me Trailer (2012)

12 August 2012 95 mins

An intimate portrait of Paul Kelly, Australia's foremost singer-songwriter. In a career spanning more than thirty years he has documented the history of our country, described its landscapes and cities, and captured the lives and loves of its citizens. Kelly has written over 350 songs, penned lyrics for many other singers, co-authored songs and written for film. But like all great artists Paul Kelly is both candid and reserved. He has lived in the public eye but has remained an enigma.

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Cast

Paul Kelly

as Himself

Kasey Chambers

as Herself

Peter Luscombe

as Himself

Renée Geyer

as Herself

Kaarin Fairfax

as Herself

Crew

Ian Darling

Director

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Paul Kelly Stories of Me Trailer

International Releases Dates

Australia 12 August 2012

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