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We have had some fantastic nights under the stars


Still to come…


FEBRUARY 3 | INCENDIES | ORANJE TRACTOR WINES


FEBRUARY 4 | SUBMARINE | WIGNALLS WINES


Tickets $20 selling fast at PAPERBARK MERCHANTS and DYLAN’S CAFE

Tickets will be available at the gate but remember…

Limited seating capacity at Oranje Tractor!


Gates open at 6.30pm

BYO picnic, rugs, chairs or even beanbags!

Chris from Quick Shots coffee will be there

Live entertainment from 6.45pm

Film around 8pm…when it’s dark!

 

The OUTDOOR FACTOR FILM FEST 2012

IS PROUDLY SPONSORED BY

 

and supported by


Still to come…


We had a fantastic crowd last night for the incredible Incendies.

Nominated for the Academy Awards Best Foreign Language Film in 2011 and this one did not disappoint…nor did the weather!

Oh..and  just in case you are wondering, the film was set in Lebanon!


Tonight is the final night of our Outdoor Factor Film Fest

and we look forward to a fantastic crowd joining us for our final film.

Don’t let the weather put you off, last night was perfect… just bring your rug!

Looking forward to seeing you all there!

 

 

Saturday 4th FEBRUARY 2012

Wignalls Wines | 448 Chesterpass Rd |Albany


SUBMARINE

Classification M
Duration 97 minutes

SUBMARINE is the highly-acclaimed debut feature from Richard Ayoade (star of THE IT CROWD and NATHAN BARLEY), based on the hilarious, best-selling novel by Joe Dunthorne.

In his head, 15-year-old Welsh schoolboy Oliver Tate (Craig Roberts) is a cool literary genius. In reality, he’s socially inept and unpopular. Oliver has set himself two tasks for the summer: to lose his virginity (before it becomes legal) and save his parents’ marriage. Suspecting that his mother (Sally Hawkins) is having an affair with old flame, Graham (Paddy Considine), a mullet-wearing, capoeira-teaching, new-age evangelist, Oliver monitors his parents’ sex-life by charting their bedroom dimmer switch. To bolster his endeavours, Oliver forges passionate love letters on behalf of his unsuspecting father to his mother. Meanwhile, Oliver attempts to woo schoolmate, Jordana. When a calculated attempt at bullying earns him Jordana’s affections, she introduces him to the thrills of pyromania and dictates to him what he should be writing about her in his diary.

 

Live entertainment from Simon and Tammy London from 6.45pm

 

 

Thanks to our Media Partner ABC South Coast

 

 

Don’t miss the live entertainment before the films!


Tickets $20 available NOW from PAPERBARK MERCHANTS and DYLANS CAFE


Gates open at 6.30pm.

Bring a picnic and enjoy the live music before the films start at 8pm


GSFI will screen a short local film before the main feature…

a little taste of some of the fantastic films created by young people in our region!

Tonight …Part 2 of the Brink Collectives documentary series on local young artists.

 

GET YOUR TICKETS EARLY!


This is a SMOKE FREE event

 

 

 

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