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North Bellarine Film Festival
17 November @ 10:00 am - 19 November @ 5:00 pm| Weekend Pass $55 or Session tickets. Some events free.
The North Bellarine Film Festival will have screenings and events from November 17 to 19 across three venues in Drysdale and Portarlington.
Four international films will be shown at the Black Box Theatre in the Potato Shed at Drysdale over the festival weekend along with Australian short films. Supporting events will be staged in the Portarlington Neighbourhood House including international animation short films, a display of drones and virtual reality plus a family film.
An academic film symposium will be held on Friday November 17 at Parks Hall in Portarlington with public access from 3 to 4 pm followed by opening night at 7 pm at the Black Box Theatre when The Brand New Testament will be screened.
The film, A Man Called Ove, will be screened on Saturday November 18 at 2 pm and The Salesman at 7:30 pm. Lorne will head a line-up of free Australian short films in the same venue at 10 am on that day.
A free family day on Saturday November 18 at the Portarlington Neighbourhood House will feature the film, Big Hero 6 at 2 pm following a display of drones and virtual reality starting at 10 am.
A free program of international animated short films will be shown at 10 am on Sunday November 19 at the Portarlington Neighhourhood House. Monsieur Lazhar will be screened at 2 pm at the Black Box Theatre.
Tickets for the international films are now selling at the Potato Shed box office in Drysdale and at all City of Greater Geelong Customer Service Centres. Credit card sales are also available by phone on 5251 1998. Festival information including ticket costs and screening times are available at all service centres and the Black Box Theatre or at www.nbff.live
The full program of all short films will be announced in October.