REEL LIFE: A scene from The Prophet, evoking Kahlil Gibran’s classic text in an exploration of love, life and loss.
REEL LIFE: A scene from The Prophet, evoking Kahlil Gibran’s classic text in an exploration of love, life and loss.

Star Court stars in Byron Film Festival

THE 7th Byron Bay Film Festival is also coming to Lismore from this Friday, March 8, at the salubrious Star Court Theatre.

Running until March 15, the festival will be screening more than 35 cutting edge films from around the globe.

The week's program of international screen culture will include Australian premieres and films from 42 countries. For reviews of seven of them see our film reviews on page 18.

The theatre has created its own festival season pass, available at the venue, where its licensed cafe, The Salon Verde, will also be open.

Tickets are on sale now at bbff.com.au, where the program can also be downloaded.

Tickets for each session are $14, $12 conc, and $10 members and youth under 18. A Saturday pass is $35/30/25 and a Sunday double feature $24/20/$16.

BBFF2013 will also screen across four other venues, including the Byron Bay Community Centre, Pighouse Flicks Byron Bay and Regent Cinemas Murwillumbah.


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