Join Us For The Most Prestigious Surf Film Evening Of The Year!
OPEN AIR SCREENING AT THE REELERS 2017 AWARDS NIGHT
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Join us March 2nd for an alltime evening of inspirational surf movies as we announce the winners of REELERS 2017 presented by Corona at Sydney's Moonlight Cinema with a few tins, great crew and some choice flicks!
Now in it's third consecutive year, 2017 saw over 90 film submissions leaving no mere task for our esteemed judges; Taylor Steele, Jack McCoy & Kai Neville who are busy right now casting their masterful gaze over the entries. Filmmakers really pushed the levels of visual creativity to new heights this year, with each category; Action, Youth and Story stacked full of talent! So grab your tix, snag a grassy patch and enjoy a full night of open air froth under the milky way as we unveil the next big things in surf cinema!
This is a BYO friendly event, but no sweat if you forget the hamper, the Moonlight food truck and bar will be dishing up grits and brews til late. With reserved bean beds in a premium viewing location and food and drinks delivered throughout the night for those lucky legends with a Gold Grass ticket, treat yourself to the full Reelers experience in style!
Followed by an exclusive screening of POINT BREAK! Mad flashbacks to cult classic one-liners and 90's Hollywood surf!
Awards Night: March 2, 2017
MOONLIGHT CINEMA SYDNEY
Oxford St, Paddington, NSW
Finalists Announced: Feb 15, 2017
Audience Choice Votes Close: March 2, 2017
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