As the dismal weather experienced lately subsides Lorne Film presents a great opportunity to visit the seaside mecca that is Lorne. This weekend hosts the inaugural Lorne Film Festival –an event that is showcasing a spate of new and classic films –including the opening night triumph Uncharted Waters which is made by Lorne native Craig Griffin and documents local hero Wayne Lynch and his fascinating surfing career. The programme for the festival also includes classics Wake In Fright (on 35mm) and The Age of Consent with James Mason and a young Helen Mirren, among many more titles; both local and from abroad.
The aim of Lorne Film is to create and nurture film culture in Lorne and the Otway region for the duration of the event and beyond. The festival will achieve this through screenings, workshops, and live screenplay readings. Click the image below for more information: