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Travelling Film Festival

When:

Thu 7 Mar 2013, 7:00pm–10:00pm
Fri 8 Mar 2013, 6:30pm–10:45pm
Sat 9 Mar 2013, 3:00pm–10:45pm
Sun 10 Mar 2013, 1:30pm–10:00pm

Where: Birch Carroll & Coyle, 76 Mitchell Street, Darwin City, Northern Territory

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $14.00
  • General Admission (concession): $12.00
  • General Admission (student/kids): $8.00
  • 9-film Full Subscription: $75.00
  • 9-film Full Subscription (concession): $65.00
  • 5-film Subscription: $53.00
  • 5-film Subscription (concession): $48.00
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The Travelling Film Festival (TFF) treats Darwin to the best in world cinema at BC&C Darwin 5 Cinemas from Thursday 7 to Sunday 10 February. This year the TFF has 10 features and 5 shorts, taking you on a cinematic journey around the world, with films from Australia, Germany, Denmark, UK, USA, China, France, Israel, India and New Zealand. The 2013 program includes films before their release, plus international Sydney Film Festival (SFF) selections – so you can be the first to see these exclusive titles at TFF Darwin.

Our always-popular Opening Night celebration includes free drinks after the screening, which will feature the winner of Cannes Film Festival Jury prize, The Angels’ Share. This charming film by the great Ken Loach is well-loved by audiences and critics alike; a bittersweet comedy about redemption, kilts and whisky. It’s a heart-warming tale of a group of former criminals who turn to drink and ironically change their lives. Opening Night also screens the short film Julian, a Dendy Awards Finalist at SFF 2012.

For the first time, TFF presents a special pre-release family screening of the boisterous French 3D animation A Monster in Paris –nominated for Best Animation and Best Score at the César Awards. Set in old time Paris this is the story of an unlikely hero, a mad professor, friendship, true love and setting things right - fun for the child inside or the child beside you!

The Festival features an impressive line-up of critically-acclaimed films including:

- Teddy Bear: The Sundance-winning film from Denmark – a body builder looking for love heads to Thailand and gets more than he bargains for.
- Screens with short film Scar, Blackfella Films Presents and SFF 2012 selection.
- The Master: Paul Thomas Anderson's (There will be Blood) latest film is being hailed as a 2013 Oscar favourite and stars Joaquin Phoenix and Philip Seymour Hoffman.
- Step Up to the Plate: A fascinating foodie flick that follows French master chef Michel Bras as he hands the reins of his legendary three-Michelin Star restaurant to his son Sébastien.
Screens with short film The Maker - winner of the Yoram Gross Animation Award at SFF 2012.
- Valley of Saints: Set on Dal Lake in strife-torn Kashmir, this film tells an unlikely story of love between a working-class boatman and a beautiful scientist, while raising important environmental issues. Screens with short film Snow in Paradise - Blackfella Films Presents and SFF 2012 selection.
- Barbara: A Berlinale-winning dramatic thriller starring Nina Hoss as an East German doctor who is exiled to a 1980s GDR backwater and subject to constant monitoring, she focuses on her future and freedom.
- A Simple Life: Winner of five Hong Kong Film Awards and five Venice Film Festival Awards starring Andy Lau (House of Flying Daggers). A heart-warming film about the relationship between the sole surviving young master of a Hong Kong dynasty and his family’s long serving maid.
- Policeman: split into two colliding narratives, this taut political drama about class conflict in Israel pits the leader of an elite anti-terrorist unit against a pair of militant anarchists. Screens with short She.Say - Blackfella Films Presents and SFF 2012 selection.
- Samsara: Closing Night Film. From the makers of Baraka, spanning over a period of almost five years and in twenty-five countries, Samsara transports us to sacred grounds, disaster zones, industrial sites, and natural wonders in an extraordinary journey of sights and sounds.