Following the success of its initial enterprise, Euroa Butter Factory will host a triple-event season of outdoor movies over the coming summer months.
Death at a Funeral will be shown on Friday 5 December, A Good Year on Friday 23 January, and Goldfinger on Saturday 21 February. Previous patrons can again look forward to enjoying a cheese or antipasto platter, which can be pre-ordered, and bar facilities will be available (no BYO).The selected movies present a wide variety of genres, the first being a вЂblack comedy' directed by Frank Oz and written by Dean Craig, depicting members of a dysfunctional family at the funeral of their deceased patriarch.
The second, a light romance with an attractive musical soundtrack, is set in a ProvenГ§al vineyard left to an aggressively hard-working London-based nephew (Russell Crowe) of the deceased owner (Albert Finney).
The third, as many devotees will recall, is the third (and many will say, the best) of the James Bond series, starring the young and darkly handsome Sean Connery and the martial artiste, Honor Blackman. This film is now classified as a вЂcult movie', and patrons will be encouraged to don their 1960s spy- or villain-style clothing and sip a martini (shaken, not stirred, of course!) as they re-discover Bond's golden days.
Everyone is invited to sit back under the stars (bring along a chair and rug for comfort) and have a glass of wine with friends. Admission per person is $12 each or $30 for all three movies, and bookings are being taken now by your hostess, Rebecca Gannon, on 5795 1408 or by email to email@example.com.
What's that, the free tickets? Oh yes: one of the actresses is an ex-girlfriend of Mick Jagger, with the initials J A; write her name on the back of an envelope along with your name and telephone number, place it in or post it to the Red Rocket at the Euroa Gazette, 45-47 Railway Street, Euroa 3666, by Friday 28 November. Two tickets for Death at a Funeral will be reserved for the first correct answer to be drawn and the winner will be announced in the Gazette on 2 December.
Originally published in the Euroa Gazette. Read full article at: http://www.euroa-gazette.com.au/articles.aspx?d=11787