3 months ago

‘Christmess’ in Campbelltown

Man walking in Queen Street Campbelltown

“A bona fide Aussie Christmas film to be experienced!”

‘Christmess’ is a wholesome, cheeky and original Christmas story produced by our locals at the Brick Studios and also filmed in the very heart of Campbelltown. This well-crafted independent film is taking the country by storm.

The story revolves around a washed-up fresh-out-of-rehab actor, Chris Flint, who takes up a Santa Claus job in suburban Sydney where he encounters his estranged daughter Noelle. With the help of his sponsor, Christmas fan Nick, and a young quirky musician in recovery named Joy, Chris sets about staying sober in order to win his daughter’s forgiveness for Christmas.

“Undoubtedly one of the best Christmas films to emerge – from anywhere – in recent years.”

Aris Mattes, The Conversation.

There is a screening tonight 6:30pm at the Campbelltown Arts Centre. Tickets are $20 and include a complementary drink and popcorn – click here to book your spot.

Proceeds go to Lifeline Macarthur and Odyssey House. If you don’t manage to see the film tonight, do not fret! ‘Christmess’ is currently screening across selected cinemas in Australia and expected to be available on streaming services such as Stan within the coming days. Keep your eyes peeled.

If you’re looking for a fantastic Christmas film to watch this holiday season – one that isn’t just a rinse and repeat of last year – look no more! We’ve got you covered.