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Council launches community engagement program
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2017 TUMBAFEST SATURDAY HEADLINE ARTISTS – WILBUR WILDE & THE TROUBLEMAKERS FT FRANKIE J. HOLDEN
30 Jan 2017 11:01 AM

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Woodland Film Festival

Friday 5 August 2016

Woodland Film Festival Opening Night Party

Friday 5 August, 8pm

The weekend-long Woodland Film Festival kicks off on Friday evening with a red carpet forested affair, including finger food and live music by Fanny Lumsden.  Dress code is fancy, black tie or something spectacular – prizes to be won on the evening!

Cost: $50 ticket includes welcome drink and finger food at opening night party.  VIP tickets also available for $90, includes opening night party, merchandise, all film screenings throughout festival.

Where: Nest Cinema Café, Winton Street, Tumbarumba

 

Woodland Film Festival 

6-7 August

Now in it's 4th year, Woodland (International) Film Festival is a celebration of fine films, food & wine, and music.

The festival provides the opportunity for filmmakers with various backgrounds and levels of experience to showcase their work.

All types of short format film from around the world will be shown over the weekend, including: narrative, animation, experimental, documentary, music videos and more.

Saturday morning will also include local produce and handcraft markets from 10am-2pm.

Sunday morning includes Woodland Recovery Breakfast, featuring the “best of Woodland 2012 to 2016” film replays in the cosy armchair cinema at Nest.

Cost: VIP passes - $90, Opening Party - $50, All Short Films - $50, Single Entry - $10

Where: RSL Memorial Hall & Nest Cinema Café, Winton Street, Tumbarumba

For more information and tickets: www.woodlandfilmfestival.com