Posted by Amanda Vitartas
04. Jun, 2012
|September 5, 2012|
|6:45 pm||to||8:45 pm|
Australia’s independent publishing house Text Classics are known for publishing books by great Australian authors that enlighten, challenge and entertain us. They’re teaming up with Cinema Nova to present a string of evening discussions on book to film adaptations of selected novels. Winter is the epitome of good wine, film and books so what better way to rejoice in all three whilst supporting Australian writers.
WHEN: 1st Wednesday of the month until October 3
WHERE: Cinema Nova, Lygon Street, Carlton
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