This year there’s a double dose of Halloween cinema in Byneset

It’s “Fillerya” that for the second year in a row invites small and big city singers to old-fashioned country cinema on Halloween.

-The idea with the village cinema is that children and young people in Byneset do not have to travel all the way to the center to watch films with others, says Ina Cecilie H. Olufsen I Fillerya.

This year’s edition of the “Fillerya Film Festival” lasts for two days – Saturday, October 30 and Sunday, October 31.

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Last year, 120 small and large city dwellers attended a Halloween cinema at Rye School.


On Saturday you are invited to the “Harry Potter” festival at the Skjelbreia farm in Høstad, where there will be screenings. 11.00, 14.00 and 17.15. The age limit is 9 years, but children up to 6 years old can watch the movies with adults. (Free)

Later on Saturdays there is an open air cinema at Rye school. Roald Dahl’s “The Witches” will be screened at 8 p.m. Drinks and popcorn will be sold. NB! Don’t forget to bring a chair and warm clothes! (Kr. 30,-)

Sunday is the youngest children’s trip. At 1pm there is a Halloween cinema in Rye Chapel. There will be popcorn sales, but you must bring your own drinks. The performance is open to all (free)

Sunday at 5pm it’s ready for outdoor cinema at Rye school again with Disney’s animated film “Coco”. The age limit is 6 years, but anyone can watch the movie with adults. Popcorn and drinks will be sold. (Kr. 30,-)

Click HER for program i PDF format

And HER you can find Fillerya on Facebook.

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