A true story about a chicken farmer and his granddaughter training a dog called Oddball to protect a penguin sanctuary in their seaside town from foxes, the movie has been described as "fun and thoughtfully minded, with a sweet charm that endears from the get-go" by Luke Buckmaster of The Guardian.
The movie was the top-grossing Australian Family Film of 2015 and though most will have seen it, it is worth rewatching.
Costing only $1 for pre-purchased tickets and only $2 at the door, it will be a cheap and fun family movie night out. Entry is free for children under two.
Tickets can be pre-purchased at Belgium Avenue Neighbourhood House, 9 Belgium Avenue, Richmond.
Stalls will be selling child-friendly snacks and drinks on site on the night.
The movie and event is family friendly and everyone in the community is invited. Bookings are not required for this event but you can register your intent to attend here. You don't need to bring a ticket with you to the event.