Film: Adventure On Screen

$15

Sat 20 July 6pm for 7pm screening

Reardon Theatre, Bank St

Port Fairy Adventure FilmFestival is a new festival for our town, launching in November 2019. But…we can’t wait! So they’ve compiled the world’s best adventure short films from 2018 for an evening of beauty and awe. Crack a beer and immerse yourself in an incredible selection of short films about climbing, biking, skiing and kayaking. Inspiration and reactions of needing to explore someplace or do something new guaranteed. Doors and bar open at 6pm for screening at 7pm.

Tickets available at the door or via www.portfairyfilmfest.com

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Film: Adventure on Screen

$15

Sun 21 July 2:00pm

Reardon Theatre, Bank St

Another teaser session of what’s to come in November, when Port Fairy Adventure Film Festival kicks off for real. Settle in for an afternoon of more excitement and inspiration on film. Screenings to be announced closer to the date - see the festival website for all the details.

Tickets available at the door or www.portfairyfilmfest.com

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Australian Film: Picnic At Hanging Rock (PG)

Free

Sun 2pm

Reardon Theatre, Bank St

Join the Port Fairy Film Society to celebrate the end of the mini Aussie film festival with a free screening of this classic Australian thriller. This is a very rare chance to see Peter Weir’s breakthrough Australian drama, about three girls and a teacher who disappear during a school outing, on the big screen. (1975)

Tickets available at the door.

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Australian Film: Return Home (M)

$25 for three films or $10 per film

Sat 6 July 2pm

Reardon Theatre, Bank St

The Port Fairy Film Society presents a mini Aussie Film Festival. Dennis Coard plays Noel, a successful insurance broker who, after a brutal divorce, forsakes city life and returns to his boyhood home. Now his older brother Steve (Franklin J. Holden) is running things at the family petrol station in partnership with his wife Judy (Micki Camilleri). Steve’s prize mechanic Gary (Ben Mendelsohn), also learns life lessons along the way. As Noel observes the hometown folk and their daily troubles, he realises what he’s been missing in the mad, big-city rush. (1990)

Tickets available at the door.

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Australian Film: Top End Wedding (MA15+)

$25 for three films or $10 per film

Fri 7.30pm

Reardon Theatre, Bank St

The Port Fairy Film Society presents a mini Aussie Film Festival. Engaged and in love, Aussie Lauren and Englishman Ned have just 10 days to reunite her newly separated parents and pull off their dream Top End Wedding. When Lauren’s mother goes missing, they’re forced on a road trip leading to personal fulfilment through the wild beauty of the landscapes and the unbeatable charm of the characters they meet along the way. But will they find Lauren’s mother and pursue their dream wedding? (2019)

Tickets available at the door.

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Cult Classic/Big Screen: Labyrinth

$25 includes drink and dessert

Sat 8 June 7pm bar opens, 8pm screening

Reardon Theatre, Bank St

It might be cold and wet outside, but inside the Reardon, the costumes and vibes are piping HOT. Strut back to ‘86 and the splendour of Bowie in a body suit and heeled boots. Journey with 15-year-old Sarah (Jennifer Connolly) on her quest through an enormous otherworldly maze to rescue her brother, who she wished away (accidentally on purpose) to the Goblin King (David Bowie). With mind-boggling puppet creatures designed in Jim Henson’s famous Creature Shop, your dress-up opportunities are endless, and more to the point, essential. Enjoy the in-cinema bar, move to the beats of ‘Magic Dance’, prepare for audience participation and battle for on-the-spot prizes. Tickets include a decadently themed welcome drink and Labyrinth-inspired dessert by Port Fairy maestro Andy of Audley & Hall.

Bookings for full ticket (film, drink and dessert) essential. Tickets online. Film-only tix also available at the door for $20.

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