Muriel’s Wedding Sing-Along
What better way to celebrate Friday the 13th by with a Muriel’s Wedding Sing-Along hosted by Famous Sharron! Sing along to all your favourite Songs in the Sing-A-Long edition of Muriel’s Wedding! MURIEL’S WEDDING remains an ABBASOLUTELY joyous movie experience where ABBA charts forever, dags rule, bitchy friends get what they deserve, and Muriel finds that success is definitely the best revenge! So accept the invitation – and before you can say “You’re terrible, Muriel”, you’ll be enjoying one of the most important and popular Australian films ever made!
Socially awkward Muriel Heslop (Toni Collette) wants nothing more than to get married. Unfortunately, due to her oppressive politician father (Bill Hunter), Muriel has never even been on a date. Ostracized by her more socially adept friends, Muriel runs into fellow outcast Rhonda Epinstalk (Rachel Griffiths), and the two move from their small Australian town to the big city of Sydney, where Muriel changes her name and begins the arduous task of redesigning her life to match her fantasies.
Flickerfest – Best of Australian shorts
FLiCKERFEST 2015 24th INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL screening at Camelot Outdoor Cinema from 5th – 8th of March 2015 Flickerfest brings its ‘Short Films – Licensed To Thrill’ this year screening a smorgasbord of short films; audiences will experience the best of sh ort films from Australia and around the World.
Come and join us for the OPENING NIGHT on Thursday 5 March at 6.30pm as Flickerfest brings its short film programmes to the Camelot for the 20th year. Enjoy delicious drinks from our sponsors Little Creatures, Rosnay and VodkaO, and wood-fired pizza from the Camelot Café and Japanese from Wok ‘n’ Roll, in Mosman Park.*(*whilst stocks last).
Highlights from the Best of Australian Shorts, Thursday 5 March, include Florence Has Left The Building, by MirrahFoulkes and Alex White, starring the Oscar-nominated and AACTA Award-winning actress Jacki Weaver, along with WA filmmaker Kelli Cross’s One Fine Day about a young woman who comes to realise that some things in life are beyond her control, and all that is left is love and hope. An exciting addition to this programme is WA-made High Tide.
Full programme HERE
Twelve-year-old Dylan lives with his father in the West Australian outback. One day at school Dylan discovers he is extremely good at making and flying paper planes. While attempting to refine and develop his newly realised ability, Dylan finds himself caught up in the world of competitive paper-plane making, leading to new friendships, new rivalries and new revelations about his own family.
Paper Planes is a magical new film from writer/director Robert Connolly (Tim Winton’s The Turning). Featuring a cast of Australia’s finest, including Sam Worthington, Deborah Mailman and David Wenham, and introducing Ed Oxenbould, this is a modern tale of friendship and family and the joy of learning to spread one’s wings.
You can find out more about the Camelot Outdoors here.