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On February 27, 2015, catch How Not To Make A Horror Film at Arts Theatre, The Arts Centre Gold Coast.
In 2008 an Independent film crew set out to make an epic horror feature film in outback South Australia on a $30 000 budget. Three weeks later, they left defeated and without a film.
This documentary is a must for any student of film, and documentary film maker and watcher enthusiast. The documentary will be introduced by Mathew J. Wilkinson Director/Editor and Scott Whitecross Lead Actor/Co-Producer.
Make an evening of it and stay after the documentary, grab a delicious Japanese meal and join Mathew and Scott for the feature length WORLD PREMIERE of their latest creation Colourful and Impossible.
This documentary is currently unclassified and 18+.
This event is free, however you must reserve your seat.
If you are planning to watch the movie, you may want to book our Holiday Rentals Surfers Paradise. Our accommodation is just a few minutes away from The Arts Centre Gold Coast.
We have one bedroom and two bedroom apartments that can accommodate three guests and five guests respectively. The apartments include fully equipped kitchens, laundry facilities, a large TV, WiFi access, living and dining areas, a large balcony, air conditioning and more. Perfect for couples, families and friends, book your next family holiday at our resort.
We also have guest facilities which include a tennis court, indoor and outdoor pools, a heated plunge pool and spa, sauna, gym, tour desk, barbecue area, secure children’s playground, free secure undercover parking, free WiFi, babysitting, business facilities and more.
Enjoy How Not To Make A Horror Film at Arts Theatre, The Arts Centre Gold Coast on February 27, 2015. Book your stay at our Holiday Rentals Surfers Paradise.
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