Paper Planes

Paper Planes is the Briagolong Film Festival’s Family Movie this year.

Watch the trailer here

SAT 9 JUNE, 11AM
(G) 95min
Family, Comedy, Drama
paper planes

Twelve-year-old Dylan meets the junior Japanese champion Kimi in the national paper plane championships in Sydney, Australia. They develop a close bond, challenging each other to create a plane that has never been seen before.

Director: Robert Connolly
Writers: Robert Connolly
Stars: Sam Worthington, Ed Oxenbould, Deborah Mailman
Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

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Breath

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One of our Sunday Movie’s
SUN 10 JUNE, 2PM
Drama, Sport
breath
Based on Tim Winton’s award-winning and international bestselling novel set in mid-70s coastal Australia. Two teenage boys, hungry for discovery, form an unlikely friendship with a mysterious older adventurer who pushes them to take risks that will have a lasting and profound impact on their lives.

Director: Simon Baker
Writer: Tim Winton (based on the novel by), Simon Baker, Tim Winton, Gerard Lee
Stars: Elizabeth Debicki, Simon Baker, Richard Roxburgh
(M) 1hr 55min

Taking a break in 2017 – but St Kilda Film Festival will be here in July

The Briagolong Film Festival Committee has decided not to stage the festival for 2017, as we have needed to take a break to concentrate on a major renovation of the roof of our historic hall.

We remain committed to the annual Film Festival and we are confident it will be back and better than ever in 2018.

You will still get to see some amazing Australian films this winter, and enjoy a toasty night by our open fires… Yes, we have again been honoured with being able to show the St Kilda Film Festival Regional Tour – Saturday 22 July, 7.30pm.

Tickets are $15 – keep an eye on the Facebook page for information on the program. https://www.facebook.com/briagolongfilmfestival

And don’t forget, you can buy your tickets for the event on trybooking.com from Monday 26 June at 9am. Be quick – there are lots of eager local film fans who need a 2017 fix

We are sorry to disappoint anyone and hope that you are able to support the Hall and enjoy some fabulous Australian films from our St Kilda Festival friends.

St Kilda comes to town

Our reputation for having excellent taste in films, and knowing how to bring in the film-loving crowds has eSt Kilda FF v2xtended beyond the boundaries of Gippsland.

We are honoured to be able to bring you the Best of 2016 St Kilda Film Festival, here in Briagolong, one night only, Saturday 20 August.

The show will be in two programs, featuring award-winning short films, with an interval between the two.

BYO drinks and nibbles, or enjoy hot drinks for $2.

The films are unclassified and some may have themes unsuitable for children, so this is a strictly 15 years and over event, unless accompanied by an adult.

The program starts at 7.30pm, and doors open at 6pm for ticket sales. Tickets are $15 and will aid fundraising for the hall.

For full information on the programs being shown:

The Director’s Choice Program 

The Award Winners Program