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Halls Gap Film Festival opens tonight

THE HALLS Gap Film Festival will open tonight in the Halls Gap Centenary Hall.
Nanjing Night Net

After starting in 1979, now in its 35th year, the Halls Gap Film Festival is once again set to amaze its guests with an impressive array of popular films over the three days of the festival.

The festival opens tonight with the official launch of the 35th event and the screening of the opening film, at 7pm.

Good news for movie goers is that there is free admission to all movies being screened over the duration of the festival.

Tomorrow will see the screening of three films and the festival concludes on Sunday with the screening of two films.

Tonight’s feature movie is the 1982 Peter Weir directed – The Year of Living Dangerously.

Mel Gibson, Sigourney Weaver star in The Year of Living Dangerously.

With Mel Gibson, Sigourney Weaver and Linda Hunt, it depicts an Australian journalist in Jakarta, who becomes involved with an embassy secretary and another journalist/photographer.

They become embroiled in political events transpiring in Indonesia at the time leading up to Suharto’s regime.

Tomorrow’s screenings will open at 10am with the screening of The Dawn Patrol, a remake of Howard Hawk’s 1930 film depicting a beleaguered aerial squadron in France in WW1.

The 1984 movie The Philadelphia Experiment, starring Michael Pare, Nancy Allen, Eric Christmas and Bobby Di Cicco will screen at 2pm.

It is a science fiction adventure based on the real life conspiracy theory of the ‘Philadelphia Experiment. In 1943 a US Navy destroyer escort disappeared from the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard and sent two men 40 years into the future in 1984.

The final movie tomorrow will be at 7pm with the screening of the Australian film X.

A high class escort and fledging hooker are involved in seedy clubs, strip joints and the back alleys of Kings Cross. If they get through the night, they might have a chance for a fresh start.

Sunday’s screenings will open with the documentary at 10am and then the final screening of the festival will be Risky Business, starring Tom Cruise and Rebecca DeMornay at 1pm. See what happens when a teenage boy full of hormones is left alone at home in the 1980s.

Information in relation to this weekend’s film festival is available on 0438 585 511 or email [email protected]南京夜网.au

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