Travelling Film Festival Bundaberg

The Travelling Film Festival has been bringing the best on screen to regional Australia since David Stratton founded it in 1974, and has proudly been touring to Bundaberg since 2000.

Showcasing a curated program of award-winning titles from around the world, fresh from their screenings at the Sydney Film Festival in June, we hope the festival will continue to delight and entertain Bundaberg audiences!


Moncrieff Entertainment Centre
177 Bourbong Street
Bundaberg QLD 4670
PH: 07 4130 4100


See full TFF program below or download the PDF here.

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You can purchase tickets for TFF Bundaberg by calling us on 07 4130 4100 or by -

  • Clicking on an individual film below to book
  • Purchasing 5-Film Flexipass - save 20% off regular ticket prices
  • Purchasing 9-Film Subscription - save 30% off regular ticket prices

Tickets can be purchased through TFF on this website or over the phone until Thursday 12 October by 5pm. After this time, all tickets must be purchased in person at the venue.

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The Travelling Film Festival acknowledges the financial assistance of Screen Australia and the Queensland Government through Screen Queensland and Bundaberg Regional Council and is supported by ABC Wide Bay.

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Ali's Wedding - Friday 13 October 7pm

Ali’s arranged marriage is looming, but he loves someone else. What’s a Muslim cleric’s son to do? This Australian comedy won the Foxtel Movies Audience Award for Best Feature at Sydney Film Festival.

The Last Goldfish - Saturday 14 October 12pm

A daughter's search for her lost family stretches from Australia to Trinidad and WWII Germany. Rich with archival images, Su Goldfish's autobiographical documentary echoes through all those touched by forced migration.

Sami Blood - Saturday 14 October 2.30pm

The moving story of a reindeer-herding Sámi girl who severs ties with her family and her culture. An award-winner and hit at the Toronto, Sundance and Venice Film Festivals.

The Other Side of Hope - Saturday 14 October 5pm

Aki Kaurismäki's new film is a funny and melancholic tale of the friendship between a Syrian refugee and a Helsinki restaurant-owner. Berlinale Silver Bear winner for Best Director.

Maudie - Saturday 14 October 7.30pm

Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke shine in this true story of gifted, arthritic Canadian folk painter Maud Lewis and her unlikely romance with the reclusive Everett Lewis.

The Teacher - Sunday 15 October 12pm

Zuzana Maurery gives an award-winning performance as an unscrupulous school teacher in this crowd-pleasing dark comedy set in Communist era Czechoslovakia.

I Am Not Your Negro - Sunday 15 October 2.30pm

Narrated by Samuel L Jackson, this mesmerising Oscar-nominated film channels the impassioned words of writer James Baldwin, one of the most incisive commentators on race in America.

On Body and Soul - Sunday 15 October 4.30pm

Winner of the Sydney Film Prize, On Body and Soul is about the unconventional romance between two co-workers who discover that each night they have exactly the same dreams.

Wind River - Sunday 15 October 7.30pm

Straight from Cannes, this intelligent crime drama with Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen is the directorial debut of screenwriter Taylor Sheridan (Hell or High Water, Sicario).