Presented by the Travelling Film
|The TFF is coming to Alice Springs,
14-17 February 2014. Tickets to this popular festival now taking
place at Alice Springs Cinema are on sale online today!
Alice Springs Cinema
11 Todd Street
Alice Springs NT 0871
PH: (08) 8953 2888
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Select a film below or purchase a SUBSCRIPTION or FLEXIPASS.
Tickets are also
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The Railway Man
FRI 14 FEBRUARY 7PM
Based on Lomax's best-selling memoir and real-life story, starring
Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman, The Railway Man, is a
moving insight into the humanity of war and the conquering power of
love. Lomax, a British prisoner-of-war is captured by the
Japanese and forced to construct the Thai/Burma railway.
Film followed by complimentary Opening Night drinks
On My Way
FRI 15 FEBRUARY 12PM
An energetic road movie crossed with unexpected rom-com
dalliances, Emmanuelle Bercot (Backstage) directs the
prolific Catherine Deneuve (in a role specifically written for her)
as Bettie, a one-time regional beauty contest winner, now broke
restaurateur in provincial Brittany.
Screens with short: Pablo's
SAT 15 FEBRUARY 2.30PM
Directed by Academy Award-nominated Andrew Adamson and based on
Lloyd Jones' Commonwealth Writers' Prize-winning novel, Mr.
Pip is a heartfelt story that mixes magical realism with
historical drama to prove the power of fiction as a catalyst for
inspiration and change.
The Gilded Cage
SAT 15 FEBRUARY
Audience Award winner at this year's European Film Awards,
The Gilded Cage is a heart-warming cross-cultural comedy
with a terrific ensemble cast and spot-on comic timing to portray
great tenderness and affection.
Screens with short: Tau
SAT 15 FEBRUARY
A series of ghost stories brought to life on film by some of
Australia's finest performers including Claudia Karvan, Aaron
Pedersen, Bryan Brown, Jack Charles and Deborah Mailman.
Screens with short: The Chuck In
SUN 16 FEBRUARY 12PM
This thoughtful thriller follows a successful Palestinian
surgeon in Tel Aviv whose life is shattered when his wife is killed
in a suicide bombing - and police inform him that she was
The Great Beauty
SUN 16 FEBRUARY 2PM
From director Paolo Sorrentino (Il Divo) and the talk
of this year's Cannes Film Festival, The Great Beauty is a
lovingly crafted homage to summer in Rome, an entrancing, evocative
tale reminiscent of Fellini, capturing the timeless landscape of
the city in all its exquisite beauty.
SUN 16 FEBRUARY
This feel-good documentary is a tribute to some of the unsung
best in the music business: the backup singers, who make the tunes
of featured artists like Springsteen, Sting and Stevie Wonder
Screens with short: Aboriginal Heart
SUN 16 FEBRUARY
Iranian director Asghar Farhadi's follow-up to A
Separation, his Oscar®, Golden Bear and Sydney Film Prize
winner, is a heartrending story of an unconventional Parisian
family in crisis.
MON 16 FEBRUARY 6.30PM
Australian writer and director Kim Mordaunt (Bomb
Harvest) won major prizes at both the Berlinale and Tribeca
with this heartwarming coming-of-age tale set entirely in
The TFF offers a range of ticketing options with full festival
subscriptions, 5-Film Flexipasses, and single session tickets on
offer in advance from the cinema box office and online
Save over 30% off regular ticket prices with a subscription,
all ten films for only $8.50 per film ($7.50 concession),
including Opening Night. Or dip into the festival with a 5-Film
Flexipass for just $10.60 per film ($9.60 concession).
10-Film Full Subscription
Note: films must be selected at
time of purchase.
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Single Session Tickets
(Opening Night includes complimentary drinks)
transferable but admit only one person per screening.
Concessions: unemployed, pensioners, seniors and members of
Sydney Film Festival, upon
presentation of ID.
The Travelling Film
Festival acknowledges the financial assistance of Screen Australia
and is supported by Screen Territory, Screen Australia's Indigenous
Department and ABC Alice