The line-up for the 2014 Heathcote Film festival has been announced, with I’m You, Dickhead to lead the event.August 20, 2014 3:49am
The Heathcote Film Festival’s film line-up has been released.
Leading the line-up is I’m You, Dickhead, which premiered in August at the Melbourne International Film Festival.
Written by Larry Boxhall and produced by Renee Crea and Lucas Testro, the quirky and thoroughly modern time travel story highlights what can happen when you put power into the hands of the slightly badly behaved.
It will be followed by a range of films including We Keep On Dancing, Marcel, King of Tervuren, Dumpy Goes to the Big Smoke and Tofu Man.
The line-up shows the diversity of the festival, with films covering a range of genres sourced from across Australia and around the world.
The films will be showcased at two main screenings, a matinee and an evening session on August 30 at Heathcote RSL hall.
The same program will be shown at both sessions.
For information, visit www.heathcotefilmfestival.com.au
To book, visit www.trybooking.com/93183
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