Synopsis: A working-class family from Queensland, Australia fights the Bank after being told they must vacate their beloved family farm of four generations because of a lower bank valuation. The Jones are forced to leave by the local town bank under an eviction notice.
Plot: The Royal Commission has found Australia’s main rural lenders face numerous findings of misconduct over their treatment of struggling farmers. Four Generations For Nothing depicts the confronting reality of the financial hardships our Australian farmers are facing, and how heartless mortgagees are preying on these Aussie heroes.
100% of the profits derived from this film are donated to Prosperity House Community Centre Inc A.B.N 88 489 948 128 (Charitable fundraising number 25048). Prosperity House reaches out to those most in need in the community and rural Australia.
Media Coverage: WATCH: The impact of the Royal Commission
The writer Shane Reynolds has has been involved in Australia’s finance industry for almost two decades. Produced by Australian Artist Rebecca Caruana. Animation by Sanet Lindeque Gerber (Devised by Human / Platinum Artist Development). Based on the book ‘Get a second opinion before you sign’ Copyright/© (2018) (Dead Moth Pty Ltd) “All Rights Reserved” Media Inquiries: Jason Murakami.
Four Generations For Nothing has been entered into the Sydney Short Film Festival, read more at: IMDb.