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Something for everyone this summer THE Cobs Peninsula Film Festival will run on both the Mornington and Bellarine Peninsulas this February. The Festival will run from February 9-11 and includes the screening of an independent Australian movie, a FREE short film festival held in both Rosebud and Queenscliff locations and a filmmaking workshop with leading Aussie filmmakers. The FREE short film festival is the highlight of the program and runs on Saturday February 10. Australian filmmakers showcase their work in front of a panel of celebrities and film luminaries who award monetary prizes for the best short films and other categories including best film, best actor, best director and best animation. This year, the festival’s judging panel includes Isabel Lucas (Transformers, Knight of Cups, Home and Away), Lachy Hulme (Offspring, Romper Stomper TV series), Michala Banas (Upper Middle Bogan, McLeod’s Daughters), Jane Kennedy (Frontline, Triple M), Leah Purcell (Redfern Now, Lantana) and Wayne Blair (Director, The Sapphires and Redfern Now). Australian personality Mick Molloy will MC the Rosebud event. In a festival first, Disney’s Pixar will launch an exclusive screening of curated short films for families and fans of animation at the Saturday event. The festival will take place in Rosebud and Queenscliff with the Rosebud

event expected to attract more than 7,000 attendees. Film fans will roll out their picnic rugs to enjoy 20 short films and live music performances free of charge plus film foodies can enjoy a selection of dining options. Festival Director, Steve Bastoni, said extending the festival to the Bellarine Peninsula marks the fruition of a long-held dream and increases the

exposure for independent Australian films to our West Coast audience. “Culture buffs can enjoy live entertainment from 5pm before the program will screen at both locations from 7pm. By extending the festival to Queenscliff, we are bringing our program to a new audience and providing them with the opportunity to view fresh Australian and International content

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that they won’t see anywhere else.” Film enthusiasts and the general public are also welcome to purchase tickets to the exclusive Oz Indie Showcase feature film and launch party at Rosebud Cinema. Friday 9 February, 7pm - 10:30pm What: Peninsula Film Festival Oz Indie Showcase and Festival Launch Feature Film: That’s Not Me Q&A: with Isabel Lucas to chat

about the film Where: Rosebud Cinema, 30 Rosebud Parade, Rosebud VIC 3939 Ticket: $20 per person Book: via www.peninsulacinemas. com.au Come and enjoy the film, followed by drinks and nibbles. Saturday 10 February, Rosebud: 4:00pm – 10:30pm Queenscliff: 5:00pm - 10:30pm (films screening from 7.00pm at both locations) What: Film Festival On The Foreshore Where: Village Green, Rosebud, Mornington Peninsula, VIC (4pm10.30pm) OR Queenscliff Town Hall, Queenscliff (5pm-10.30pm). Tickets: FREE entry, no BYO. For VIP Marquee tickets at the Rosebud location: $150 per person (limited numbers) Sunday 11 February, 10am - 2pm What: Peninsula Film Festival Sunday Workshop Where: see www.peninsulafilmfestival.com.au for locations Tickets: FREE entry The workshop will provide a truly unique opportunity to get first-hand experience with a celebrated Australian Filmmaker. Attendees can fast track their skills by learning from an industry expert. For a detailed three-day program and to purchase tickets to the Friday feature film screening visit www.peninsulashortfilmfest.com.au

IF your community group, whether school, kinder, or sports club, is looking for a fun night out to raise some much needed funds, then look no further than the Carrum Gardens Bingo Centre. Established for 25 years, the Carrum Gardens Bingo Centre is open six days a week but seven nights. “We run bingo every day here between 11am and 2pm and then from 7pm onwards,” said owner Ashley Beckwith. “Bingo is run on behalf of schools and charities so money is always going back to the community by supporting bingo and playing bingo. We are always looking for new clientele, so come on down come with a friend, a partner, your mum, or your sister, and get into the fun of bingo to win some cash prize money.” Carrum Gardens Bingo Centre is a family owned business that has grown in popularity over the years. Enjoy some time out with friends playing the exciting and timeless game of bingo at Carrum Gardens Bingo Centre, with a café that includes a range of hot and cold foods like a roast just like mum used to make on Saturday nights and promotion nights, as well as homemade cakes, sweets and drinks. Coffee and tea making

facilities are also available. “Due to its popularity you can now play bingo for less every Sunday day and night of the year,” said Mr Beckwith. “Enjoy some time out with friends and family at our Carrum Gardens Bingo Centre with sessions held six days and seven nights a week. You may also sign up as a member to receive free member’s benefits. Gift Vouchers are available from the centre and make a great gift idea for anyone that loves their bingo. It is also fantastic for fundraising.” The Carrum Gardens Bingo Centre raises money for local schools and sporting groups. There is plenty of free off street parking available at the Centre, which can be easily accessed via Eastlink, Peninsula Link and the Frankston Freeway. For more information on how you can join in the fun, please feel free to contact the Centre during operating hours. Carrum Gardens Bingo Centre is at 554 Frankston Dandenong Road, Carrum Downs. Phone 9775 0065. www.carrumdownsbingo.com.au

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