The Byron Bay Film Festival (BBFF) is presenting an evening of highlights from last years winning film entries, a preview screening of Robbie Camerons animated childrens book The Fun Funnel, and a showing of the latest flick from Darius Devas (pictured, and who won BBFFs Best Young Filmmaker last February) at the Byron Community Centre this Friday, September 15.

Darius won with his film Contact, which he shot on his last day in Manhattan. This Friday his latest film 1Revolution a documentary chronicling his journey around the globe will get its first North Coast screening.

The BBFF is also calling for entries for the 2007 film festival. Entry forms are available from the website at or from the Byron Community Centre. For more info phone Greg on 6685 6275.

Gig starts at 7pm. And its free.

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