Rushworth and Bendigo festivals offer winter inspiration.August 6, 2014 3:15am
President of the Waranga Film Festival Committee Les Pelle shows off the 35mm projector to be used this weekend during the festival.
Movie buffs wishing to escape the cold, or those wishing to curl up with a good book, need look no further than the Waranga Winter Film Festival and the Bendigo Writers Festival being held this weekend.
The Waranga Winter Film Festival will be held on August 8, 9 and 10 at the Rushworth Shire Hall with showings of the 1996 cult classic Fargo, the martial arts blockbuster Kung Fu Hustle, the musical comedy The Blues Brothers and the classic Life is Beautiful.
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