The Wishmas Tree screening this Saturday – ticket sales to support WIRES

February 26, 2020

Australian animation studio Like A Photon Creative in conjunction with Universal Content Group will hold a special charity screening of the highly anticipated Australian animated film The Wishmas Tree on Saturday 29th February at the Ritz Cinemas in Randwick.
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The Wishmas Tree screening this Saturday – ticket sales to support WIRES

Australian animation studio Like A Photon Creative in conjunction with Universal Content Group will hold a special charity screening of the highly anticipated Australian animated film The Wishmas Tree on Saturday 29th February at the Ritz Cinemas in Randwick.

All proceeds will directly benefit WIRES in support of their bushfire appeal. WIRES officials will be giving a special pre-screening address about the importance of preserving our native species for future generations and an update on their bushfire relief initiatives.

The Wishmas Tree is the first instalment in The Tales of Sanctuary City franchise. Featuring a stellar voice cast including award-winning Australian actress Miranda Tapsell (Top End Wedding, Sapphires, Love Child), international comedian Ross Noble(Freewheeling, Mindblender) and Brisbane’s Kate Murphy (Space Chickens in Space, Shopkins Wild), The Wishmas Tree is a fun, original ‘Aussie-mation’ that is set to become a family household name.

Event Details:

What: Charity screening of The Wishmas Tree with ticket sales going to WIRES.

When: Saturday February 29, 2020.

Where: The Ritz Cinema, Randwick, 45 St. Pauls Street, Randwick.

Time: 11:00am – Family activities including face painting and colouring stations.

12pm – Welcome address by WIRES and screening of The Wishmas Tree.

Attending: WIRES Fundraising Coordinator Alessandra Rocci, WIRES Volunteer Coordinator Renee Borg, Like A Photon Co-CEO Kristen Souvlis, Voice of Petra Kate Murphy.

Tickets can be purchased HERE

Film creators and Like A Photon Co-CEOs Kristen Souvlis and Nadine Bates said: “Our film’s hero characters are Australian native wildlife so it only makes sense that we give back and support fellow Australian wildlife, many of which have endured some of the most catastrophic conditions and loss to their habitats on record.”