Be immersed into a night of Lebanese Cinema, arts and culture with the Opening of the eighth edition of the St.George Lebanese Film Festival.
On arrival, indulge in Lebanese canapes and a selection of Lebanese wine and beer, followed by formalities and the screening of Lebanese comedy ‘Wanted’, directed by Nibal Arakji, with popcorn provided to each ticket holder. End the night on a sweet note with Lebanese coffee and dessert. All-inclusive within the ticket price.
Order of Events
- 6:45pm – Arrive for drinks and canapes
- 7:45pm – Formalities followed by film screening of Lebanese comedy ‘Wanted’ (90 mins) directed by Nibal Arakji.
Curated by the Lebanese Film Festival Association, the 2019 St.George Lebanese Film Festival will run for two weeks from 23 August – 7 September. For information, please visitlff.org.au.
- $85 per ticket + $2.50 ticketing fee
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