Relive the 1920s when the Blue Mountains, Lithgow & Oberon Tourism Roaring 20s and all that Jazz! festival is replayed on the silver screen at The Edge Cinema, Katoomba, on Saturday, May 5.

The documentary by Blue Mountains film maker Phil Mas will show highlights of the festival, which celebrates a time when flappers and gangsters were the rebels of the day, the Charleston dance was deemed very naughty and ukuleles and jazz were the celebrated pop music.

Watch footage from the Charleston Challenge Downunder world record attempt and experience again all the fun of the Automobile Picnic in Leura Mall; Ragtime at the Paragon; Classic Car Rally at Jenolan Caves; Highlands Steam and Vintage Fair Oberon; Speakeasy Thrills at Blue Mountains Manor House; vintage cars, jazz and the Great Art Deco Ball at The Carrington Hotel; Trains, Trams and T's at Valley Heights Locomotive Depot; and Jazz in the Garden at Norman Lindsay Gallery. You could even see your larger-than-life self on-screen.

The documentary screening will kick off at The Edge Cinema, Great Western Hwy, Katoomba, at 1pm with vintage cars displayed, 1920s-style entertainment and refreshments, followed by the film from 2pm to 4pm.
20s costume optional.

Tickets: $15pp.