Presented by the Travelling Film
|The TFF is happening in Alice Springs, 15-18 February 2013
Araluen Arts Centre
Alice Springs NT 0870
Tel 08 8951 1122
Tickets available from
Araluen Box Office: Monday - Friday from 10am - 4pm and
Saturday and Sunday 11am - 4pm. Tickets can also be bought over the
phone using Mastercard or Visa Card by calling (08)
8951 1122 during the abovementioned opening hours.
Download the full program.
FRI 15 FEBRUARY 7PM
In trouble with the
law, Robbie vows to turn over a new leaf so his new son can have a
better life. Winner of the Jury Prize at Cannes 2012, this
bittersweet comedy is the latest film by the great Ken
Screens with short: JULIAN
Film followed by complimentary Opening Night
Valley of Saints
16 FEBRUARY 1PM
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
Screens with short: SNOW IN PARADISE
SAT 16 FEBRUARY
Actor Nina Hoss, a frequent collaborator with Berlinale-winning
director Christian Petzold, is outstanding as an East German
doctor, exiled to a 1980s GDR backwater as punishment for applying
for an exit visa.
SAT 16 FEBRUARY 6PM
From the critically acclaimed and award winning director of
Boogie Nights and There Will Be Blood; Paul
Thomas Anderson's latest film The Master is being hailed
as a 2013 Oscar favourite and stars Joaquin Phoenix and Philip
Searching for Sugar Man
SAT 16 FEBRUARY 9PM
Winner of the World Cinema Audience Award
at Sundance, this film traces the improbable-but-true story of '70s
singer-songwriter Rodriguez, a Detroit soul dude who found an
enthusiastic audience in Apartheid-era South Africa.
Screens with short: THE MAKER
SUN 17 FEBRUARY 1PM
Directed by Hirokazu Koreeda (Still Walking) and with
outstanding performances by real-life brothers Koki and Ohshiro
Maeda, I Wish tells the story of twelve-year-old Koichi
(Koki) who embarks on a journey to reunite his family, after the
divorce of his parents.
SUN 17 FEBRUARY 4PM
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
SUN 17 FEBRUARY 6.30PM
Mark (John Hawkes) spends most of his life inside an iron
lung. At 38, he decides it's time to lose his virginity
with the help of a sex therapist (Helen Hunt). This funny and life
affirming film, directed by Australian Ben Lewin, is inspired by a
Screens with short: SCAR
A Simple Life
MON 18 FEBRUARY
Andy Lau (House of Flying Daggers) stars in this
heart-warming film about the relationship between the
sole-surviving young master of a large Hong Kong family (Lau), and
the devoted servant of the family who raised him (Ip).
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options with full festival subscriptions, five-film FlexiPasses and
single session tickets on offer in advance from the cinema box
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Concessions: unemployed, pensioners, seniors and members
of Reel Pix and Sydney Film Festival, upon presentation
The Travelling Film
Festival acknowledges the financial assistance of Screen Australia
and Screen Territory and is supported by ABC Alice