Cinema lineup spans 7 decades
The 30th anniversary edition of the Vintage Film Festival celebrates the “page-to-screen” journey with a program of 13 classic movies, providing a weekend of fascinating and enjoyable cinema.
Beloved favourites The Wizard of Oz and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, box office hits From Russia with Love and Rosemary’s Baby, and the renowned silent films Broken Blossoms and The Phantom of the Opera (both with live accompaniment) will be shown. There’ll be movies based on the works of some of the most illustrious writers in the English language: Joseph Conrad (Sabotage), Charles Dickens (Great Expectations) and Ernest Hemingway (The Killers).
There’s something for everyone – musicals, drama, suspense, comedy, film noir, horror, family fare and action movies – in cinema spanning seven decades, from 1919 through 1972. And the Festival includes the Sunday lunchtime film talk, free admission for young people 25 and under, and free popcorn all weekend!