Seniors Film Festival: ‘Young At Heart’

By February 10, 2015 Events
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Young At Heart is a film festival dedicated entirely to seniors, their friends and relatives, which will be held from 14-22 March at Palace Verona and Norton St in Sydney, at Palace Balwyn and Brighton Bay in Melbourne, and at Palace Electric in Canberra.

With tickets starting at just $7 ($6 for Palace Movie Club members), Young At Heart features a unique program of international premieres and classic films on the big screen, and is truly a festival that mature Australians can truly call their own. There will be daily screenings at 10am, 12pm and 3pm.

Audiences will be among the first to see a stellar line-up of 12 feature films, from the Cannes-winning Russian thriller Leviathan to Alan Rickman’s period drama A Little Chaos.

Young At Heart is also a chance to see new prints of beloved classics such as The Way We Were, and documentaries such as Hip Hop-eration, where a group of seniors travel to Las Vegas to perform in the World Hip-Hop Championships.

For a full program and tickets visit: http://www.youngatheart.net.au or http://www.palacecinemas.com.au