Film festival travelling back to city

IN FOR A KILL: A still from Kill Me Three Times, premiering in the travelling film festival.

A TRAVELLING leg of Victoria’s premier film festival will return to Geelong next week after a six-year break.
Organisers said new State Government funding had allowed the “homecoming” of the regional program for Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF).
Geelong Performing Arts Centre would host the travelling program from 12 to 14 September, the organisers said.
The Geelong program would include five movies from the festival, with each screened once.
The organisers said Geelong patrons would be able to see Kill Me Three Times as it used the festival for its Australian premiere.
With Red Dog’s Kriv Stenders as director, the movie’s cast includes Australians Simon Pegg, Teresa Palmer, Luke Hemsworth and veteran actor Bryan Brown.
The other films screening are Cut Snake, The Legend Maker, My Mistress and Paper Planes.