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THE FAIRY

Belgium / France, 2011 (MIFF 2011, Opening Night)

Director: Fiona Gordon, Bruno Romy, Dominique Abel

THE FAIRY

Come join us on the red carpet for the glitz and glamour of the Opening Night of the 60th Melbourne International Film Festival, for a special screening of charming modern classic The Fairy. With special guests such as The Hon Ted Baillieu MP and MIFF Patron Geoffrey Rush, this will be a night of cinema, celebrity and celebration.

After the film, raise a glass of bubbly at the Melbourne Town Hall, where the celebrations will kick into full gear aided by an open bar, delicious canapes and MIFF's famous music maestro Andrew McClelland.

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