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Take your little princes and princesses to the movies
Adventure, magic and a sprinkle of sparkle return to the cinemas for the latest Disney Princess Film Festival. Following on from the fun of last year's festival, a different Disney Princess movie will be showing each weekend at Event, Village, Greater Union, and Birch Carroll and Coyle cinemas across Australia. The festival begins on Saturday 15th of February with five regal heroines making their cinema comeback for this special event.
Some of the stars of this year's Disney Princess Film Festival
This year's program of princesses will see the return of old classics including Aurora (The Sleeping Beauty), eternal favourites such as Belle (Beauty and the Beast), and the newest princess to join the group, Meridia (Brave). The full festival schedule is as follows:
Beauty and the Beast
15 & 16 February
Sleeping Beauty 22 & 23 February
Brave 1 & 2 March
The Little Mermaid 8, 9 & 10* March (*Village Cinemas only)
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 15 & 16 March
Children are encouraged to dress up for the occasion. Prizes will be on offer at each screening for the best dressed little princess or little prince. Don't forget to pick up a Disney Princess collector card to keep in a special souvenir passport – there's a different one to collect at each screening.
Sparkly tiara fit for a princess
Part of the fun of the festival also includes special extras like craft activities, prop play and special princess guests (please note that activities will vary across cinemas). You can check out some of the fun from last year's festival here.
Art and Craft Activities at the Disney Princess Film Festival
Tickets may be purchased at the box office or online ($1.10 booking fee applies) at the discounted rate of $8 for all admissions. Check the Event Cinemas and Village Cinemas websites for session details and to book tickets online.