Princess Cruises' Travelling Film Festival at Sea will highlight movies curated by Sydney Film Festival director Nashen Moodley.
Cinema buffs will be able to enjoy movies including Mr Holmes, Phoenix and Iris, plus a program of film-related events, at Princess Cruises' second Travelling Film Festival at Sea aboard Dawn Princess in November.
The selection of films, curated by Sydney Film Festival director Nashen Moodley, will be screened during the ship's five-night round-trip cruise, which departs from Sydney on November 1 and visits Port Arthur and Hobart.
Also on the program are question and answer sessions with guest speakers, cocktail parties and opportunities to mingle with other movie lovers.
"Our inaugural Travelling Film Festival was a smash hit and with a great line up of talent on offer during this cruise we’re sure the sequel will be just as popular," says Princess Cruises vice president Australia and New Zealand Stuart Allison.
Princess Cruises Vice President Australia & New Zealand Stuart Allison said the cruise was the perfect opportunity for film lovers to immerse themselves in world class cinema, while also enjoying a relaxing journey to Tasmania.
Fares for the cruise start from $749 per person twin share.
- See travel agents or princess.com, or phone 13 24 88.
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