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Film festival comes to Marion

Posted:
Monday 24 Aug 2020
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Find out more and register interest in free tickets via www.adelaidefilmfestival.org

The Adelaide Film Festival will make its debut in the City of Marion over two big weekends in September and October.

AFF In The Burbs will screen two latest-release movies in an outdoor cinema at Warriparinga Wetlands and Hallett Cove foreshore.

The free community event – sponsored by the City of Marion – will be the curtain raiser to the Adelaide Film Festival, which runs from 14-25 October.

AFF in the Burbs

The Personal History of David Copperfield (PG)

A fresh and funny take on the Dickens classic starring Dev Patel.
Saturday, 26 September
Warriparinga Wetlands, Sturt Rd, Bedford Park
Gates open 4pm, screening 6.15pm.

Wendy (M)

A sumptuous re-working of Peter Pan.
Saturday, 3 October –
Heron Way Reserve, Grand Central Avenue, Hallett Cove
Gates open 4pm, screening 6.15pm.

Audiences can enjoy an afternoon of street food and entertainment leading up to the screenings.
AFF In The Burbs will be a family-friendly event and social distancing rules will apply.
More details, including parking and refreshments, will be added over the coming weeks.

Find out more and register interest via www.adelaidefilmfestival.org