Travelling Film Festival Wagga Wagga

Online sales from this website have closed, but tickets can still be purchased in person at Forum 6 Cinema Wagga Wagga.

The TFF returns to Wagga Wagga, Friday 16 - Sunday 18 March 2018.

The Travelling Film Festival has been bringing the best on screen to regional Australia since David Stratton founded it in 1974.

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 Wagga Wagga audiences!



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



See full TFF program below.

Select a film below or purchase a 5-Film Flexipass or a 9-Film Subscription.

Please note, bookings can be made on this website until Thursday 15 March, 5pm. After this time you can book in person at the cinema, Forum 6 Cinemas Wagga Wagga. 

Stay in touch with TFF Wagga Wagga via Facebook and our eNews.


The Travelling Film Festival acknowledges the financial assistance of Screen Australia and the New South Wales Government through Create NSW and is supported by Media partner ABC Riverina, and Distinguished Partner Princess Cruises. 



Gurrumul - Friday 16 March 7pm

Paul Williams’ glorious documentary, selected for the Berlin Film Festival, is a portrait of Indigenous artist Geoffrey Gurrumul on the brink of global reverence.

Sami Blood - Saturday 17 February 12pm

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 Florida Project - Saturday 17 March 2.30pm

Summertime in a luridly coloured Florida down-at-heel motel. Mischievious six-year-old, Moonee, and her wonderfully rag-tag group of friends are living in the shadows of Disney World.

Happy End - Saturday 17 March 5pm

Master Austrian director Michael Haneke has won the Cannes Palme d'Or with his last two films, The White Ribbon (2009) and Amour (2012). His latest, Happy End was also in competition at Cannes.

The Death of Stalin - Saturday 17 March 8pm

This uproarious, wickedly irreverent satire from Armando Iannucci is a bitingly funny takedown of bureaucratic dysfunction performed to the hilt by a sparkling ensemble cast.

Faces Places - Sunday 18 March 11am

Iconic filmmaker Agnès Varda, who is now in her 80s, and the renowned photographer and muralist JR team up to capture the spirit of rural France through their art.

The Square - Sunday 18 March 1.30pm

Fresh from winning the Cannes Palme d’Or the new film by Ruben Östlund (Force Majeure) is a hilarious, outrageous satire of the art world.

A Fantastic Woman - Sunday 18 March 4.30pm

The exquisite tale of a transgender woman mourning her lost lover from red-hot Chilean filmmaker Sebastián Lelio (Gloria, SFF 2013).

On Body and Soul - Sunday 18 March 7.30pm

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.