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Movie Poster Exhibition in Brisbane Extended by Popular Demand!
The Movie Poster Exhibition in Brisbane is in full swing at the Woolloongabba Antique Centre in association with www.moviemem.com. There has been an incredible amount of interest and the Exhibition will be extended by two weeks due to popular demand.
When the Exhibition opened it was obvious that it was going to be a big success. A number of people were waiting at the door prior to opening time hoping to pick up an early bird bargain. We were fortunate to have lots of Press coverage with interviews on the Brekky Show on 4KQ and the afternoon show on 4BC. The Courier Mail also covered the event.
A huge number of people have attended and there has been a great deal of interest, particularly in the rare Surfing posters that were on display prior to being sold. The display has a wonderful atmosphere amidst rare 1950s cinema seats, a huge Elvis Presley statue and with Silent movies screened in the background.
There is something for everyone with all genres covered from the Silent Era to films of more recent times.
One thing that stands out is that people love to see the posters up close and personal. Seeing images on the internet is definitely not the same as being able to see the poster in all its glory. There have also been a great many people who were not aware that vintage Movie Posters were available and that they are highly prized amongst collectors.
I will be adding new stock every few days. This is an opportunity that may not happen again so don’t miss out!