Cosy viewing

Dunedin Fringe Festival director Paul Smith (rear) and the Reels on Wheels caravan at the Dunedin Railway Station with film-makers (from left) Grant McNaughton, Oliver Robson, and Oscar LaDell (all 15, of Dunedin). Photo by Peter McIntosh.
Dunedin Fringe Festival director Paul Smith (rear) and the Reels on Wheels caravan at the Dunedin Railway Station with film-makers (from left) Grant McNaughton, Oliver Robson, and Oscar LaDell (all 15, of Dunedin). Photo by Peter McIntosh.

The two-week run of short films to be screened in a Dunedin Fringe Festival caravan will commence today.

The caravan screens films free and is on rotation between three venues - the Dunedin Railway Station, the Stadium Market and the Octagon.

Dunedin Fringe publicist Brooke Lowry said the ''cosy'' Reels on Wheels caravan could seat about 10 people.

About two hours of short films would screen in the draped and carpeted caravan on a loop, she said.

The caravan opens its door at the railway station at 9am today.

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