|February 27, 2011|
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- Sunday 27 February 2011
- Gates open at 7.00pm
- Tickets; $8.00 children, $16.00 adults
Surf and Snow at ME Bank Starlight Cinema 2011 is the screening of the award winning Australian films First Love and That’s It That’s All. There will also be live entertainment by talented female musicians from Mosman High School who recently performed at the 2010 Manly Festival of Surfing.
First Love, the debut film by three young Australian women won the Best International Documentary award at the 2011 X-Dance Action Sports Film Festival in Utah, USA, while That’s It That’s All was filmed in some of the best snowboarding locations in New Zealand, Japan and Alaska.
First Love follows the lives of three teenage female surfers from one of Australia’s most isolated surfing communities, Phillip Island in Victoria. The film chronicles their dream of becoming professional surfers.
Presented by International Surfing Company Rip Curl, First Love was created by three enthusiastic Victorian filmmakers – Claire Gorman, Clare Plueckhahn and Fran Derham. Gorman won the Emerging Filmmaker award at the 2011 X-Dance Action Sports Film Festival.
That’s It That’s All set a new benchmark for action sports films. Travis Rice and a dream-team snowboarding crew set out on a seek-and- destroy operation. The film won Best Film, Best Cinematography and Best Athlete at the 2009 X-Dance Action Sports Film Festival.
Gates open at 7.00pm, with live entertainment from 7.00 to 7.45pm and films screening at 8.00pm and 9.15pm.
Tickets cost $8.00 for children and $16.00 for adults (plus online booking fee) and can be purchased online at www.starlightcinema.com.au or at the gate on the night.
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