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Smithfield is a sleepy town in central New South Wales, but the city is full of festivals and it has been a favourite for years.
Here’s a look at some of the best festivals in Australia, from one city to the next.
Smithfield Festival of New South, New South Wollongong, NSW – 5.5 stars This year’s festival takes place in the heart of town.
With the festival kicking off on Saturday, May 15, there are plenty of activities for families to take part in, including a day of children’s theatre, arts, crafts and cooking classes.
There’s also an art gallery, a kids’ museum, a petting zoo, a live performance by an Australian musician and more.
The festival is also home to the Smithfield Art Festival, a free public art show and an event for the elderly and children.
The Smithfield Film Festival, Smithfield, NSW, – 5 stars The Smithfields Film Festival has been running since 1997 and features films by local and international filmmakers from around Australia.
In addition to local films, there’s a full range of international film releases.
The festivals highlights include The New Year’s Eve Film Festival (January-March), the annual Smithfield Theatre Festival (February-April), the Smithfields Comedy Festival (May), the New Year Festival (June-July), the Annual Smithfield Music Festival (August-September), and the Smithstons Outdoor Movie Show (October-November).
Smithfield’s Independent Film Festival also features films from other parts of Australia.
The International Film Festival in Smithfield (February), the International Film & Video Festival in Wollonga (March), and an International Film Fest in Waverley (April) are also a great way to catch some good independent films.
The Independent Film School is also in the area, and offers free and low-cost films.
Smithfields National Film and TV Festival, Wollondong, New Zealand – 4.5 star The National Film & TV Festival (which started in 1877) is one of the biggest and most prestigious festivals in New Zealand.
It offers up to 200 international films at its seven main locations across the country.
This year it’s looking to add a new film to the line-up, as well as adding another film from outside the country, to take its total to 6,000 films.
A total of 15 international films will be screened at the festival, with more coming on an annual basis.
The NZ International Film Competition takes place from October-December each year, and will be one of New Zealand’s biggest festivals.
New Zealand has many international film festivals, and you can catch the best of the big ones at the New Zealand International Film and Video Festival (NZIFV).
Smithfields Cinematheque, Walthamstow, NSW- 5 stars Located in a city centre, Smithfields is a great venue for festivals and films to be screened.
It’s also a well-known cinema venue, and this year, they’re bringing a screening of The Death of Stalin to the event.
Smithsays that this film is an international blockbuster, and the film will be shown at the Smithsons Cinematheques at 7.30pm on Saturday.
The first screening will be held on Friday, May 6, and then the rest of the events will take place on Saturday and Sunday.
Smith’s Cinema Festival, Sydney, NSW — 5.4 stars Smiths Cinema Festival is one the biggest independent film festivals in the world, and is held at the Sydney Theatre in a busy commercial area of the city.
The film festival runs from September-December every year, but this year’s will be the first in Sydney, as the film festival is a family-friendly event.
The three-day festival is the biggest event in the festival’s calendar, with film, television and children’s films coming together for a great time.
Smith Festival of the Arts, Canberra, ACT – 5 Stars This festival takes its name from the area in the north of the state, in the ACT, where it is held.
The Australian film and television industry is thriving and the event takes place at the historic Sydney Theatre, which is located just a few kilometres from the city’s CBD.
There are screenings every weekend, including the Australian film festival at the end of the year, with films from Australia and overseas coming together.
There is also a cinema for the disabled, which also provides entertainment and special events.
SmithFest, Sydney South East, NSW and Melbourne, Victoria, Australia — 5 Stars The Sydney Smithfest is one-of-a-kind in the Australian cinema industry, with a weekend of independent cinema, workshops, lectures and films.
This weekend will be on Saturday May 16th, with screenings from the likes of Robert Altman, Woody Allen, Jodie Foster, and Tom Cruise.
The weekend will also include the annual James Cameron Memorial Fundraiser, with proceeds going to the