Two Weeks… a film by Johnny Abegg


Words of Praise…
February 7, 2011, 8:47 am
Filed under: Testimonials

“Two Weeks touches on many of the essential questions many of us should be asking of ourselves, making you think and hopefully act.”
Rusty Miller : Surfing Legend : Byron Bay

“Two Weeks is a deeply personal journey of self-exploration. The filmmaker (Abegg) bravely takes us down into the darkest reaches of his psyche exposing more than many filmmakers dare. We too, experience the world with fresh eyes after he surfaces from his canvas ‘chapel perilous’ deep within the Tasmanian forest. It’s a funny, heart-felt and quirky film which comes straight from the filmmaker’s consciousness, with the intention of connecting with ours.”
J’aimee Skippon Volke : Byron Bay Film Festival : Byron Bay

“Two Weeks is the real deal. Without fear of exposure, Abegg is committed and vulnerable. Alone in the Tasmanian forest he asks the questions that ultimately bring himself back to his true nature. An important film for anyone who is unhappy with the status quo”.
Bradley Gerlach : Ex-Pro Surfer/Surf Teacher : Los Angeles

Brave. I can only imagine how hard it was, not only to make… but to then bare your soul, and show! Thankyou for sharing this, as hard as it must have been.
Ellie Jade Connan : 11:11 : Byron Bay

You made me think about my place in the world, Thankyou for letting me in on your soul.
Bree-Anna Avalon : Hairdresser : Byron Bay

Two Weeks was nothing less than amazing, an inspiration and something that really got me thinking… Anna Standflield : Melbourne

Astounding, surprising, staggering, shocking, startling, breathtaking…

Felicity Henderson : Photographer : Byron Bay



Two Weeks… trailer
January 14, 2011, 6:41 am
Filed under: Videos


Two Weeks ‘limited edition’ Book with DVD
January 13, 2011, 8:38 pm
Filed under: Book/DVD

SOLD OUT!

Thanks to everyone who bought a DVD copy of the film, which included:

– A hand sewn spine and interior, personally numbered and signed.

– 40 pages of writings and photos from the Two Weeks experience.

– The DVD features the 52 min film (long edit), with six intriguing bonus clips.

– A 2-in-1 unique and independent experience for $45 each.

– A $1 from each copy sold goes to support Still Wild, Still Threatened.

You can now watch Two Weeks online here – http://vimeo.com/22821013



Two Weeks has donated $500 to SWST!
January 12, 2011, 9:11 am
Filed under: Charity

The Two Weeks film experience has so far donated $500 to Still Wild, Still Threatened, a non-profit organisation keeping the Ancient growth forests of Tasmania beautiful.

To show your support, click here.



What’s next for Two Weeks?
January 5, 2011, 12:28 am
Filed under: Shows

M. Jack Bee, the music behind Two Weeks, thinks about what's next...

Happy New Year! We decided to have a much earned breather, celebrating with friends and family, after a great trip to Tasmania before Christmas, for the last two shows of the Two Weeks film with M. Jack Bee’s music. Thanks for the love Tassie!

Not sure what’s in stall for 2011, but stay tuned here for all the happenings!

CLICK HERE for photo’s from the Tasmanian shows.



Welcome home Tasmania!
January 3, 2011, 6:55 am
Filed under: Shows

for more photo's, enter the wilderness...

Two shows and the wild wilderness. To return home. After two years in the making, to bring this film home was a beautiful moment for me. Mikey (M. Jack Bee) got to see Tasmania for the first time. A wonderful experience. Click here for more photos and checkout the video’s Mikey did from Tassie below!



Two Weeks and Torquay!
December 15, 2010, 8:42 am
Filed under: Shows

M. Jack Bee in Torquay last night...

Thanks to Patagonia and all the friendly faces who came down to Surfworld Theatre for another fantastically warm show. Checkout the road-trip video below!

Pro-Surfer Brad Gerlach was there and summed up the experience…

“Two Weeks is the real deal. Without fear of exposure, Abegg is committed and vulnerable. Alone in the Tasmanian forest he asks the questions that ultimately bring himself back to his true nature. An important film for anyone who is unhappy with the status quo”.




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