By Ashleigh Fielding | posted on June 23, 2018
A BIT of every type of cinema is on the agenda next month for Film Harvest Great Southern.
The June calendar will wind up next week with Aurore on June 27, an arthouse comedy about a recently separated 50-year-old who rekindles the spark between herself and the love of her teenage life.
Lost in Paris will play on July 4 and tells the story of a small-town librarian who goes on a wild goose chase to find her aunt, who has mysteriously vanished after writing her niece a letter of distress.
Edie screens on July 11, and this drama stars an elderly lady who escapes her colourless English life for a climbing adventure up Mount Suilven in Scotland.
Brothers’ Nest is on July 18 and has been labelled a ‘dark comedy’.
The film follows two brothers intent on killing their new stepdad, who is about to inherit everything their sick mum has in a new will.
To wrap up July, Two is a Family will play on July 25.
It tells the story of a man whose A-lister life is turned upside down when his infant daughter is given to him by an ex-lover.
After failed attempts to return the baby to his ex, Samuel decides to raise his little girl.
His relationship with his daughter is tested eight years later when the girl’s mother unexpectedly shows up.
All films commence at 6.15pm on their respective Wednesday nights at Orana Cinemas.
Tickets can be purchased online at oranacinemas.com.au or at the box office, and cost $16 for adults, and $13 for seniors and children.