Travelling Film Festival Wagga Wagga

TFF is returning to Wagga Wagga, 31 March-2 April 2017.

 

Venue

Forum 6 Cinemas
77 Trail Street
Wagga Wagga NSW 2650
PH: (02) 6921 6863
Website

 

Program

See full TFF program below or download the PDF here

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Book tickets now! 

You can purchase tickets to the TFF Wagga Wagga by –

  • Clicking Individual films below

  • Booking a 5-Film Flexipass - save 20% off regular ticket prices.

  • Purchasing a 10-Film Subscription – save 30% on regular ticket prices.

  • Booking tickets through Forum 6 Cinemas, Wagga Wagga via their website or in person at 77 Trail Street, Wagga Wagga.

Tickets can be purchased through TFF via this website or on 1300 733 733 until 5pm on Thursday 30 March. Please contact Forum 6 Cinemas to book tickets after this time.

 

Partners

The Travelling Film Festival acknowledges the financial assistance of Screen Australia and the New South Wales Government through Screen NSW and is supported by media partner ABC Riverina.

               

The Eagle Huntress - Friday 31 March 7pm

A profoundly inspiring story of a young girl’s determination to follow in her father’s footsteps, defying centuries old traditions to become a master eagle hunter.

Suzy and the Simple Man - Saturday 1 April 10.30am

The ‘simple' life is never easy! A love story and a candid documentary portrait, eight years in the making, of Suzy and her adventurer husband Jon Muir living off the land in regional Australia.

Your Name - Saturday 1 April 12.30pm

One day, Mitsuha dreams of herself as a young man. On the other hand, Taki also has a dream where he is a female student attending high school in the countryside. What's the secret behind their dreams?

Aquarius - Saturday 1 April 2.45pm

Winner of the Official Competition at the 2016 Sydney Film Festival, Kleber Mendonça Filho’s second feature is a powerful and complex film. Clara, the last resident of the Aquarius building in Recife, in Brazil’s northeast refuses to sell to investors.

The Salesman - Saturday 1 April 6pm

The winner of Best Actor and Best Screenplay awards at Cannes, the new film by Asghar Farhadi (A Separation, The Past) is a powerful drama featuring incredible performances.

Moonlight - Saturday 1 April 8.30pm

A timeless story of human connection and self-discovery, Moonlight follows a young black man in a rough neighbourhood of Miami struggling to find his place in the world.

The Commune - Sunday 2 April 11am

Trine Dyrholm won the Best Actress award at the Berlin Film Festival for her terrific performance in this new ’70s-set drama by acclaimed Danish director Thomas Vinterberg.

Toni Erdmann - Sunday 2 April 1.15pm

This German-Austrian comedy drama is something to be savoured; an insightful and sometimes very funny journey about a prank-prone dad trying to lighten up his serious businesswoman daughter.

David Stratton: A Cinematic Life - Sunday 2 April 4.30pm

Cinema has always been an obsession for the English-born Australian critic David Stratton. It was a love affair with Australian cinema that led David to understand himself and his adopted country. He arrived in Australia an outsider; now he’s a national treasure.

Paterson - Sunday 2 April 6.30pm

Paterson, Jarmusch’s popular Cannes hit, is a gentle, quietly moving portrait of a bus driver poet (Adam Driver, The Force Awakens) and his artistic wife (Golshifteh Farahani).