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February 27, 2021

Weekend of film

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The Sydney Travelling Film Festival is coming to town, screening nine features and three shorts from seven different countries, at Dendy Cinemas from tonight until Sunday.

From the opening-night film on tonight with Life in Movement, a celebratory doco about the acclaimed Australian dancer and choreographer Tanja Liedtke, to the closing-night film, Weekend, an unconventional love story from England, the festival offers a selection of exceptional international films, with four films screening on Saturday and four on Sunday.

Tickets are available now at Dendy Byron Bay Cinemas box office, phone bookings on 6680 8555, for $14 or $12 for concession, and just $8 for under-26 with great discounts available for five- and nine-film passes. For full program details visit http://www.sff.org.au/Travelling Film Festival/Byron Bay.


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