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Win a double pass to the special screening of Forbidden Fruit!

Win a double pass to the special screening of Forbidden Fruit!
Winners were drawn: Monday February 20
Thanks to Dendy Cinemas Portside we have 5 double passes to a special WINDOWS ON EUROPE FILM FESTIVAL screening of FORBIDDEN FRUITS from Finland to give-away!

The screening will be held on Saturday 25th Feb at 8.50pm at Dendy Cinemas Portside.


WINDOWS ON EUROPE
FILM FESTIVAL
at Dendy Cinemas Portside
February 23 to February 26
 
 
Another illuminating and irresistible program featuring Europe’s best cinema will be offered to Australian audiences when the Windows on Europe Film Festivalreturns to Dendy Cinemas in February, 2012
 
The Windows on Europe Film Festival will again showcase an exceptional line-up of award-winning films and talent from 13 countries in its’ 7th season.
 
This year lovers of cinema will have the chance to discover new films from Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Greece, Ireland, Cyprus, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Slovenia, Slovakia and Sweden.

The 2012 line-up offers a range of genres from drama and romance to fantasy, comedy and documentary.

Opening the festival is CORIOLANUS an adaptation of Shakespeare’s tragedy starring Ralph Fiennes and Gerard Butler. A passionate political thriller, CORIOLANUSis set in modern Rome and is the story of a banished hero who allies with a sworn enemy to take his revenge on the city.
From Slovenia comes the romantic comedy ROOSTERS BREAKFAST featuring multiple storylines in a town full of eccentric characters.

Also on the line-up is GARBO-THE MAN THAT SAVED THE WORLD, a compelling account of a Spanish double agent, who during WWII succeeded in diverting German defence forces and changing the course of history.

FORBIDDEN FRUIT, a coming of age film about two 18 year olds brought up in repressive apostolic Lutheran families;

Also amongst the films programmed are THE WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER, a comical tale of a clash of cultures from Sweden;  KOLORÁDÓ KID, a Hungarian film where a man finds himself under persecution for participating in the 1956 revolution;

THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN from France, a psychological drama raising issues of race, religion and identity; and from Germany comes the dramedy RUN IF YOU CAN.


The Windows on Europe Film Festival is presented by the European Union Delegation and the European Union Member States in Canberra.
 
 
national dates as follows:
 
Canberra – Dendy Canberra Centre
Friday 10 February – Thursday 16 February
 
Brisbane – Dendy Portside 
Thursday 23 February – Sunday 26 February
 
Sydney – Dendy Opera Quays
Friday 02 March – Thursday 08 March
 
 
Visit the Dendy website for a full program of films
www.dendy.com.au
 
Ticket prices
Adult $17
Concession $14.50
Senior $10
Child $12.50
Club Dendy Adult $12
Club Dendy Senior $7.50
Club Student $10.50
Four Pass $50
Club Dendy Four Pass $40

Win a double pass to the special screening of Forbidden Fruit!