2018 EVENTS

 

SERAFINO WINERY

FRIDAY 9 FEBRUARY, 6.30 PM - 11.30 PM
39 KANGARILLA ROAD, MCLAREN VALE

Film Screening & Awards Night
 

young and the wrestlers.png
naomie keyte 1.png

Tickets:
$35 (general admission)
$30 (concession)

$25 (students)

Discover new worlds at the 3rd annual Fleurieu Film Festival from an amazing showcase of 10 shortlisted films among the beautiful surrounds of Serafino Winery.

In 2018 talented filmmakers will showcase their work interpreting the FFF2018 theme of “FIRE”.

Enjoy a COMPLIMENTARY glass of Bubbles on arrival PLUS .....

Food vans:
Gabriel's Kitchen - visit facebook page HERE
Harborganics  - visit facebook page HERE
Hungry Toro - visit website HERE
The Coffee Cart - visit facebook page HERE
Mexican cuisine & wine (by Serafino)

Live entertainment:
The Young and the Wrestlers
A curious mix of '60 inspired twangy surf sounds and spaghetti western film music. Visit facebook page HERE

Naomi Keyte
Modern folk meets alt-pop with a distinct taste of Australia.  Visit website HERE

Lucy & Harry
Contemporary Duo Musicians

LED Lantern Sculptures by Mark Timberlake
Fire twirling by Verity Jasmin Burley.

(Due to the content of some films, parental guidance is required.)

YANKALILLA golf club

SATURDAY 10 FEBRUARY, 7.00PM - 10.30PM
104A MAIN SOUTH ROAD, YANKALILLA

A mix of award winning films, including a documentary about Yankalilla & surrounds

lucy_harry.png
Fire_twirler.png

Tickets:
$15 (general admission)
$10 (students & concession)
FREE - 18 years and under

Enjoy a casual, relaxed evening under the stars watching past & present Fleurieu Film Festival Best Films and a funny & warm documentary on the local C.F.S.

Enjoy delicious fine foods by Mish Event Management, beverages by Yankalilla Golf Club & entertainment by contemporary duo Lucy & Harry.

Be mesmerized by fire twirler Verity Jasmin Burley and the poet from Kangaroo Island Johnny Bowden.

Short Films Screening:

2016 Best Film ‘Super Sounds’ (Dir: Stephen de Villiers)
2017 Best Film ‘Slingshot’ (Dir: David Hansen)
2018 Best Film (TBA)
‘Observer’ (Dir: Peter Ninos & Claire Bishop)
C.F.S. Documentary ‘Volunteers on Fire’
‘Bastard’ (Dir: Chris Tugwell)
‘My Light’ (Dir: Rebecca Dunker)
‘The Bushman of Bunyip Billabong’ (Dir: Cameron Edser)
2018 Young Inspirational Film Maker Award

Chairs available or byo rugs & beanbags!

(Due to the content of some films, parental guidance is required.)

 

about1.JPG
about2.JPG
about3.JPG
about4.jpg