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Watch Amazing Short Films at SIPFest on Surfers Paradise

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 Jan 9th 2016 2:08pm


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Turn the seashore into a movie house. Bask in the breathtaking canopy of stars while enjoying great, locally made films.

Here is your opportunity to take your film viewing experience into a whole new level. Join thousands of Queenslanders and holiday goers as they gather at the iconic Surfers Paradise for the annual SIPFest. Also known as Shorts in Paradise Festival, the yearly activity is just one of the loads of events the Gold Coast Film Festival (GCFF) is cooking up from the 31st of March to the10th of April 2016.

Be part of the ten-day festival that aims to celebrate and promote quality filmmaking in the area. Come witness the vibrant film culture come alive through attending its wide array of activities, ranging from free screenings and to informative Q&A portions between renowned filmmakers and participants. Don’t forget to bring your friends to learn more about the current trends and the future of the film industry through the festival’s REELLife seminars and workshops.

For more details on the 2016 Gold Coast Film Festival Program of films and events, go ahead and visit http://www.gcfilmfestival.com.

You can take your holiday afternoons a step further with an invigorating dip in our 16-metre swimming pool while appreciating the relaxing view of our tropical gardens. Find the relaxation you need and deserve with our Mermaid Beach Accommodation at Montana Palms.

We are conveniently located along Montana Road, Mermaid Beach, Gold Coast, where you can take full advantage of our sophisticated yet affordable units. The establishment is complimented with a secure underground car parking, relaxing spa, and a spacious barbecue and entertainment area.

Book your stay by visiting http://montanapalms.etourism.net.au today! It’s fast and easy.

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