THE VOID left in Cowra by the closure of the Savoy Cinema has now been filled. Pics in the Sticks
will be launched on Saturday 24 October with a private screening of Slumdog Millionaire.
With a giant 7m wide by 3m high inflatable screen, state of the art audio and visual equipment, Pics in the Sticks
is a totally self-contained unit that can be set up anywhere there is a standard power point or, in more remote locations, by using a car battery and an inverter.
Manager Ian Mark (pictured) believes that movie nights are a great way for local clubs and charities to raise money. People love going to the cinema and there is nothing better on a warm summer evening than sitting under the stars with a picnic and a drink, watching your favourite film on the big screen. The system can also operate indoors at local halls and clubs, extending its use to 12 months of the year.
The first public screening will be Mamma Mia
on Saturday 31 October at the Cowra Japanese Garden. We are showing the captioned version so the audience can sing along to all the great tunes Ian said. See next Wednesday's Guardian or phone 6341 2233 for further information.
Pics in the Sticks
will add a new dimension to corporate functions such as team-building exercises as it can be used with Wii and other interactive software. It is also available for private hire for annivesaries, birthdays, bucks and hens parties etc.