An incredible array of film screenings continue into the final day of festivities. Today provides festival-goers with a fantastic opportunity to catch up on any films they may have missed earlier in the week, with general screenings of over a dozen films scheduled throughout the day. This is on top of it being the last chance to attend one of CinefestOZ’s free community screenings in Busselton, Dunsborough, and Bunbury. Today will also be festivalgoers’ last opportunity to see one of the hourly general screenings of Whale Super Highway, an extraordinary and immersive film about the journeys of both Humpback and Blue Whales along the WA coast, at the Festival Hub in Busselton. Information on the films screening throughout the day, as well as links to purchase tickets, can be found at this link.
Also on the agenda are two showcases of Indigenous short films, one in Bunbury at 10:30am, and another in Margaret River at 5:00pm. Drinks and treats will be available at each, and both will feature an engaging Q&A with some of the filmmakers afterwards. The six short films are beautiful, powerful, and moving, and will sure provide a satisfying way to conclude your 2019 CinefestOZ experience. Information on the short films and a link to purchase tickets can be found by visiting here for the Bunbury showcase, or here for the showcase in Margaret River.