The Best of the Bus – Blue Mountains Launch
Award winning inclusive film organisation will screen a host of their stand out films at the Best of the Bus Blue Mountains on Friday 18th February. The outdoor screening event is to celebrate the launch of Bus Stop’s Accessible Films Studies Program in Katoomba, made possible with the support of Blue Mountains Cultural Trust and Blue Mountains City Council.
The night will include the co-founder of Bus Stop Films, acclaimed filmmaker and Blue Mountains local Genevieve Clay-Smith and the man who inspired it all, actor Gerard O’Dwyer for the Best of the Bus – Blue Mountains.
Bus Stop Films Co-Founder, Genevieve Clay-Smith says “I am thrilled Bus Stop will be expanding to my local community. Our Program will bring together community and creativity, underpinned by the principles of inclusive filmmaking, which Bus Stop has championed for over 12 years. I invite everyone to come along and celebrate while watching our amazing films.”
Enjoy a selection of Bus Stop’s favourite films, including The Interviewer, Not A Wallflower and Sunshine, all screened under the moonlight. The outdoor event at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre will be a fun and relaxed evening, so bring a cushion or low chair to sit on. Tickets include popcorn and the bar will be open to purchase refreshments. All films will be captioned.
Friday 18th February 2022
Blue Mountains Cultural Centre
Tickets $8 Concession Card Holders $5
Get your tickets at Eventbrite. Concession card holders use the code Concession at the checkout (Enter top left-hand side of the page where it says Enter Promo Code)
Bus Stop’s Accessible Film Studies Program recently kicked off in the Blue Mountains with weekly filmmaking classes being taught by Genevieve on Monday mornings at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre.
More information about the Program can be found at https://busstopfilms.com.au/
0408 475 736