Presented in an all-new director-approved digital transfer, Celia is a tale of lost innocence set during a long hot summer in 1950's Australia. Seen through refreshingly non-sentimental eyes, it stylishly evokes the surreal childhood world of rituals, games and gangs and the incomprehensible nature of adults. Special features include; New filmed interview with director, Ann Turner; Booklet containing essays about the film; All new director-approved digital transfer from original negative materials with restored picture and sound. Awards won by the film include WINNER - 1989 Créteil International Women's Film Festival; WINNER - AFI Award, Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Victoria Longley). The film was also included on the Best Films of the Year (1989) in The Vilalge Voice, Film Comment, The Face and The Seattle Times.