Prepare for ten amazing days of film appreciation at its finest.
Film buffs and enthusiasts from all over the Gold Coast are welcome to be part of the biggest film festival to date. Happening from the 31st of March to the 10th of April 2016, the ten-day festival aims to celebrate and promote quality filmmaking in the area.
See the film scene through the eyes of renowned filmmakers of today. Attend free screenings, seminars, and workshops, and be part of informative Q&A portions Tag along your friends and spend a whole week learning about the current trends and the future of the film industry.
On April 3, descend on Surfers Paradise and join thousands of locals and holiday goers for the annual SIPFest. Also known as Shorts in Paradise Festival, the yearly activity gives emerging filmmakers from the region to share their talents as shown in their 10-minute works to the audiences.
For more details on the 2016 Gold Coast Film Festival Program of films and events, go ahead and visit http://www.gcfilmfestival.com/.
Speaking of beautiful days, we invite you to come and check in at Ocean Sands. Each of our elegantly appointed yet affordable rooms lets you experience a relaxing home away from home. Apart from waking up to peaceful mornings, we offer you first-rate amenities to best compliment your much-needed vacation.
Take full advantage of our 24/7 broadband Internet access. Outside, you can start your early mornings with a dip in our indoor and outdoor swimming pools. Relax your tired muscles in our a spa or jacuzzi. Work up a sweat in our well-equipped gymnasium or tennis court. Secure your car within our parking area. Grill your afternoons away with our barbecue facilities. Feel free to consult our amiable tour desk staff who can thoroughly assist you with your bookings. Enjoy these and so much more on your next visit to this part of Queensland.
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