Orange Regional Arts Foundation present, in association with NSW Rural Fire Service, Inferno, a film by Orange-based filmmaker Samuel Rodwell. Experience the action of frontline firefighters battling the largest bushfire to have ravaged the extinct volcano Mount Canobolas in the experimental docudrama short film.
Experience the action of frontline firefighters battling the largest bushfire to have ravaged the extinct volcano Mount Canobolas in the experimental docudrama short film Inferno from award winning Orange-based filmmaker Samuel Rodwell.
Held on foothills of the mountain, you will be welcomed with a glass of Swift Sparkling and a winter warming dish. Further drinks available for purchase. Return bus to Orange will be available.
Samuel was a 2019 Orange Regional Arts Foundation Grant Recipient.
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All tickets $45 - Includes a return bus as parking is not available