Festival offers free movies in Nannup

Tari Jeffers and Emily AceManjimup-Bridgetown Times
Red Dog: True Blue will be screened on August 25 and 27 at 12.30pm.
Camera IconRed Dog: True Blue will be screened on August 25 and 27 at 12.30pm. Credit: Supplied

Nannup is hosting a series of free community screenings this month as part of the Cinefest OZ program.

From 10am to 4pm at the Nannup Town Hall on August 24-27, several Australian films will be screened throughout the day.

The films to be shown are Satellite Boy, The Boys are Back, Looking for Grace, Cinesnaps Short Film Finalist films, Red Dog, Red Dog: True Blue and Paper Planes.

Paper Planes, from writer/director Robert Connolly, will be played during the community screenings this month.
Camera IconPaper Planes, from writer/director Robert Connolly, will be played during the community screenings this month. Credit: Supplied

Movie ratings range from G to M, so there is something for film buffs of many varieties.

There are 37 venues from Bunbury to Augusta hosting a range of diverse film experiences for Cinefest OZ , with more than 95 film and events on offer.

True Blue will be featured on August 25 and 27 at 10.45am.
Camera IconTrue Blue will be featured on August 25 and 27 at 10.45am. Credit: Supplied

The festival will include seven world premieres, nine Australian premieres and 35 WA premieres – and a host of special guests including Ben Elton, Ewen Leslie and Myles Pollard.

The Boys Are Back will screen at the Nannup Town Hall on August 24 and 26 at 11.45am.
Camera IconThe Boys Are Back will screen at the Nannup Town Hall on August 24 and 26 at 11.45am. Credit: Supplied by Subject

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the film festival, which will take place across the South West from August 23 to 27.

The full program, details, tickets and Cinepasses are available from CinefestOZ.com, the CinefestOZ iPhone app and local visitor centres.

Satellite Boy will be shown on August 24 and 26 at 10am.
Camera IconSatellite Boy will be shown on August 24 and 26 at 10am. Credit: Supplied by Subject

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