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Peninsula Film Festival

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Time Out says

Film fans will once again roll out their picnic rugs as the Peninsula Film Festival comes to Dromana Drive-In

The Peninsula Film Festival is a three-day festival of film events founded by actor and Rosebud local Steve Bastoni.

The festival kicks off with a launch night screening on March 11 hosted by Rosebud Cinema. Although the featured film is still to be announced, this year’s judging panel includes a multitude of Australian household names. Keep an eye on the Peninsula Film Festival Instagram for the judging panel lineup.

Then on Saturday, March 12, Dromana Drive-In will turn into a short film festival as 20 short films are screened for the public. Tickets are $40 per car which includes the screening, watching the judging process and access to local food and wine from gourmet food trucks. 

For those wanting to learn more about filmmaking, the last day of the festival offers a workshop with experts sharing their insights into the industry. 

Visit the Peninsula Film Festival website for a detailed festival program and to purchase tickets to screenings.

Written by
Lacey-Jade Christie


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