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ADRIAN WOOTTON ILLUSTRATED FILM TALKS - CELLULOID SINATRA

(MIFF 2011, Adrian Wootton)

ADRIAN WOOTTON ILLUSTRATED FILM TALKS - CELLULOID SINATRA

Adrian Wootton, a long-time Frank Sinatra admirer, gives an overview of Sinatra's 60-plus years in showbiz and the more than 50 films in which he appeared, ranging from classic musicals to his Oscar-winning performance in From Here to Eternity, interspersed with plenty of anecdotes and affectionate stories.

Book tickets for this talk at www.wheelercentre.com

Full $20 / Concession $12

Tickets will also be available from the Welcome Desk at ACMI from 1 hour prior to the event. A special MIFF member price of $12 will be available here - just show your membership card!

Monday 25 July
4.15pm - 5.45pm

Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Federation Square

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