The Starey Bampire is one of the short films being shown at the Queensland Touring Film Festival, which will be screening at the Nanango Theatre Company’s playhouse in Elk Street on Sunday and Tuesday (Photo: QTFF)
January 23, 2021

Missing the Nanango Film Festival? Well, this might help to fill the gap … the Queensland Touring Film Festival is coming to Nanango this weekend with a swag of short films.

The QTTF is being hosted by the Nanango Theatre Company at their “opera house”, on the corner of George and Elk streets.

A special program has been selected for Nanango, consisting of some of the best short films entered into the festival over the past three years, including a comedy about kids dealing with the COVID world, a documentary about a 72-year-old aspiring to be a ballerina, and an animated short film which took more 10 years to make.

There will be two screenings.

The first is a PG-rated screening of eight international films on Sunday (January 24) starting at 3:00pm. This program also includes tea, coffee and cake. Tickets are $10.

The second is on the night of Australia Day (January 26) starting at 7:00pm. This will be a M-rated program of eight Aussie short films and will be presented as a wine and cheese format. Tickets are $25 per head and a cash bar will operate for wine and beer.

To book, contact Jon on 0407-631-611 or Anne on 0439-709-214.

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