"These films bring this event to life for the first time, for everyone to experience and enjoy.”
The utes, the circle work, the party: Deni Ute Muster has released two doco films.
Narrated by John Williamson, the 2012 Deni Ute Muster Documentary is a fly-on-the-wall look at events from the two-day festival, including the World Record Blue Singlet Count, Swag Throwing, Holden Barrel Races, Showtime Kawasaki team, Show ‘N Shine, RM Williams Bullride Spectacular, RAAF Roulettes, Woodchop demonstrations, Whip cracking, Tractor Pull, Ute Museum, and -- of course -- highlights of The Australian National Circle Work Championships Final.
“It’s a documentary style feature which showcases the celebration of the only truly Australian vehicle, the Ute, and for the first time, the ANCWC Finals for 2012,” spokesman Tom Kendall said in a statement.
“The Australian National Circle Work Championships Final documentary captures every moment of this exciting competition. This hour-long film showcases the performance of each competitor, the final three and the award ceremony, and provides an excellent introduction to Australia’s newest rough and tumble motor sport.
“The Deni Ute Muster is a one of a kind, uniquely Australian institution, and a showcase for the people and traditions that make up the back bone of the country. These films bring this event to life for the first time, for everyone to experience and enjoy.”
The documentaries are available on DVD or through Digital Download, it can be purchased by visiting www.denidvd.com