Melbourne's Inaugral Children's International Film Festival (CHIFF)
Classic, Lido, and Cameo Cinemas have joined forces to present the inaugural Children's International Film Festival Melbourne (CHIFF) kicking off on 27 April and running through till 6 May, 2018.
Children's International Film Festival (CHIFF)
Not to be mistaken for the equally amazing LBS Film Festival for Kids in June, the CHIFF lineup includes 17 premiere feature films, handpicked from world-class film festivals.
Match that with 3 episodes of the nostalgic Aussie TV favourite, Round the Twist and you've got a brilliant couple of weekends filled with on-screen entertainment for everyone in the family.
The festival will also host the launch of children's book, Lucky and Mucky, Gangsters and Flappers- themed Bugsy Malone screenings, and visits from Phillip Island's penguin handlers after select screenings of select screenings of March of the Penguins 2: the Call
March of the Penguins 2: the Call
Catering for film buffs aged 4-16, the CHIFF festival program ranges from non-verbal films for the miniature movie lover, through to a more challenging mix of foreign and English language films from all over the world, perfect for older budding cinephiles.
Tootletubs & Jyro
See the full range of films to be screened during the Children's International Film Festival Here
All tickets for CHIFF 2018, on sale now!
Classic Cinemas, Elsternwick
Lido Cinemas, Hawthorn
Cameo Cinemas, Belgrave.
When: Various sessions between Friday 27 April and Sunday 6 May.
Children's International Film Festival 2018 Ticket Giveaway
Would you like to win one of two family passes (valued at $40 per pass) to the 2018 Children's International Film Festival (CHIFF)?
If so, head over to our Facebook page, like this post and leave a comment to win. GIFs always encouraged! Tag a friend if you think more of your contacts would love to know about the festival!
The festival launches this Friday 27 April, therefore we will keep the competition will open remain open until Anzac Day: Wednesday 25 April, 9pm AEST.