Tuesday 21 August, 7pm – 9.30pm
Star Cinema, Eaglehawk Town Hall
George Bailey gives up his dreams of travelling the world to run a small community bank. When frustration overcomes him, an angel is sent from above to help him understand what life would have been like had he never existed.
This classic film, coinciding with the current exhibition Bankrolling Bendigo: building a city at Post Office Gallery, is a heart-warming story about financial morality and what truly matters in life.
1946, G, 130min.
Limited numbers. Free.