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Travelling Film Festival – Bringing The World’s Best Cinema To Alice Springs!
Fri February 21 @ 6:00 pm - Mon February 24 @ 9:00 pm
Travelling Film Festival, Bringing the World’s Best Cinema to Alice Springs!
Get ready, the Travelling Film Festival returns to Alice Springs from 21—24 Feb. The program will showcase superb award- winning feature films and one fascinating doco direct from the 66th Sydney Film Festival and other international film festivals, as well as some of the latest Oscar nominees for 2020. Showing at Alice Spring Cinema!
Opening Night: Friday 21 February
Never Look Away – Inspired – controversially – by the life of German artist Gerhard Richter, this Oscar-nominated epic, from the director of The Lives of Others, recounts a remarkable love story.
*Preceded by the Opening Night Reception at 6pm
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Saturday 22 February
Birds of Passage – This gripping Columbian saga mixes the Wayuu’s traditional storytelling with the genre conventions of the crime movie and the western.
Watch trailer and get tickets: https://bit.ly/36IJtqN
Vai – With fabulously rich storytelling from the South Pacific: the imaginary figure Vai is every woman of every age. A beautifully crafted portmanteau feature by nine women filmmakers.
*Screens with short film Chlorine
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Young Ahmed – Belgian cinema auteurs and multiple award winners, the Dardenne Brothers (Two Days one Night, The Son) deliver yet another suspenseful coming-of-age tale that is both insightful as it is gripping.
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Hearts and Bones – In Australian filmmaker Ben Lawrence’s beautifully acted debut feature, a war photographer (Hugo Weaving) and a refugee (Andrew Luri) discover a photograph that threatens to destroy them both.
Watch trailer and get tickets: https://bit.ly/2veLNZr
Sunday 23 February
The Biggest Little Farm – A genuine crowd-pleaser that follows filmmaker John Chester, his wife and dog as they chase their dream to set up a sustainable farm, with plenty of enthusiasm but zero experience.
*Screens with short film Tungrus
Watch trailer and get tickets: https://bit.ly/2R0DuZx
God Exists, Her Name is Petrunya – In this award-winning feminist satire, based on true events, Petrunya causes fury in her small Macedonian town when she participates in a men-only contest and wins.
Watch trailer and get tickets: https://bit.ly/36XLWOO
The Truth – Written and directed by Shoplifters director, Kore-eda Hirokazu, outside of his native Japan, this enjoyable story brings together iconic Oscar-nominated actresses Catherine Deneuve and Juliette Binoche.
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Bellbird – Told with warm humour, this quietly powerful feature debut, , takes us into the heart of a small rural town in New Zealand, where a community comes together after a personal loss.
*Screens with Australian short film Ties that Bind
Watch trailer and get tickets: https://bit.ly/2TLfLyp
Monday 24 February
Seberg – Inspired by true events, Kristen Stewart (The Twilight Saga) stars in this tragic, real life story of actress Jean Seberg, who made her career breakthrough in Godard’s 1960 Breathless.
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