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Ride Like a Girl debuts on the coast this week

Far South Film Special Screening - For lovers of Australian stories and film When: Monday, 21 October 2019 from 18:00-20:35 Where: The Picture Show Man Cinema, 80 Main St, Merimbula, New South Wales 2548

Join Far South Film at 6pm on Monday 21 October 2019 at The Picture Show Man Cinema in Merimbula for a screening of RIDE LIKE A GIRL, directed by Rachel Griffiths, and SHORT FILMS by local film makers including THE SHALLOWS and MIRROR AND ME.

VIDEO: As a little girl, Michelle Payne (Teresa Palmer) dreams of the impossible: winning the Melbourne Cup — horse-racing's toughest two-mile race. The youngest of 10 children, Michelle is raised by single father Paddy (Sam Neill).

Far South Film will be hosting the Far South Film Festival in Merimbula in August 2020. This special screening will give you a taste of what’s to come and support our newly incorporated association for filmmakers and content creators in the South East Region of NSW.

Come along for a great night and support the development of local films.

5.30pm Doors open, complimentary drink, candy bar open 6.00pm Start 6.05pm Introduction by Far South Film Hiromi Matsuoka 6.10pm Screening of locally made short films and Q&A Screening of Australian feature film Ride Like a Girl by Director Rachel Griffiths Optional: 8.40pm Far South Film filmmakers’ networking event – venue TBA

Tickets include a complimentary preshow glass of champagne (18+) or sparkling apple juice, short films, feature film (rated PG)

General Admission $20 Far South Film Members: receive $5 off with the special promo code emailed to you – if you don’t have yours yet, please contact us https://farsouthfilm.org.au/join/

Book online now to be sure of a seat, or take your chances with tickets at the door.

NOTE that the Narooma Kinema will present Ride Like a Girl as a Rotary fundraiser on Thursday 24th Oct.

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