One Night The Moon is a unique experimental musical film starring Paul Kelly and his wife Kaaren Fairfax. They live on a remote farm in outback Australia when one night their young daughter climbs out the window and follows the moon. The film then follows the search party as they desperately fight against time to find her. The story is told through song in a very powerful and emotive way. The sense of loss is huge and the film also deals with black & white relation issues as the farmer and his wife reject the help of an experienced aboriginal tracker. This was produced by an arts experiment production company called 'MusicArtsDanceFilms' who also produced The Widower (see review in this group). Their films are generally short and One Night The Moon has a lean 50 minute running time. It's shot beautifully with scrupulous detail given to the environment and the landscapes are captured gorgeously in widescreen. The songs are great and the film is overall immersive. Well worth seeking.