Film directors Jarrod Theodore and Lachlan Ryan will be in Echuca on Sunday for a special screening of their film, Reverse Runner.By Ruth Clayton
District residents interested in how films are made can head along to Echuca’s screening of the Victorian-based film Reverse Runner.
The feature-length film, shot in Colac and Geelong, is a sports comedy about the character Kid Campbell, a young man who does not fit in until he discovers reverse running.
Echuca’s Paramount Cinema will screen the movie on Sunday at 2pm.
The screening will include a question and answer session with director Jarrod Theodore and main actors Dan Cannon and Rosco Brauer.
Mr Theodore said the film was screening across regional Victoria after a successful 10-week run in Colac.
The film is also screening in Geelong, Hamilton, Horsham and Ararat.
Mr Theodore said the film, which took four and a half years to create, would appeal to regional audiences.
‘‘It plays really well to a rural setting,’’ Mr Theodore said.
‘‘(It’s) done really well in regional towns (and) people tend to enjoy the movie.’’
Mr Theodore said the special screening on Sunday was perfect for children, those interested in films and those wanting to meet the actors.
He said there would also be giveaways at the screening.
Riverine Herald readers have the chance to win a double pass to see the opening screening of this movie at the Echuca Paramount on Sunday at 2pm.
To win a double pass and a drink bottle, email your details to email@example.com by 6pm Friday.
Winners will be notified by phone.
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