by the Travelling Film Festival in association with Screen
|The TFF is returning to Alice Springs,
20 - 23 February, 2015. Tickets to this popular festival held at
Alice Springs Cinema are on sale online now!
Alice Springs Cinema
11 Todd Street
Alice Springs NT 0871
PH: (08) 8953 2888
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That Sugar Film
Friday 20 February 7pm
The debut feature documentary from Aussie actor Damon Gameau
follows one man's journey to discover the bitter truth about sugar.
Damon embarks on a unique experiment, a Morgan Spurlock-style
stunt, eating 40 teaspoons of sugar a day for 60 days, documenting
the effects of a high sugar diet on a healthy body. Including guest
cameos from the likes of Hugh Jackman, Stephen Fry, Isabel Lucas,
Jessica Marais and Brenton Thwaites.
Film followed by
complimentary Opening Night drinks.
21 February 12pm
Winner of the 2014 Palme d'Or at
Cannes, the latest from Turkish master Nuri Bilge Ceylan (Once
Upon a Time in Anatolia) marks a step forward in his ongoing,
illuminating exploration of the human condition.
Horses and Men
Saturday 21 February 4pm
A bizarre, hilarious and wondrous feature, Of Horses
and Men is a singular ode to the relationship between people
and horses in Iceland. An award winner at numerous festivals the
film has been charming audiences all over the world.
The Dark Horse
Saturday 21 February 7pm
Starring an extraordinary NZ cast, The Dark Horse is an
inspiring true story based on the life of a charismatic, brilliant
but little-known kiwi hero and Chess champion - Genesis Potini.
Screens with short film Clan
Saturday 21 February
This outrageously funny and irreverent debut has been described
as a queer Persian American Annie Hall or Girls.
Naughty and very witty Appropriate Behaviour marks the
emergence of a distinctive comedic talent.
Screens with short film: The Video Dating Tape of Desmondo Ray, Aged 33
Sunday 22 February 12pm
A Swedish family travels to the French Alps to enjoy a few
days of skiing, however when a controlled avalanche goes wrong and
the father, Tomas, flees leaving his wife and children behind, he
must face up to his actions.
Sunday 22 February 2.30pm
The fabulous Isabelle Huppert (Amour) leads an
exceptional cast in this charming and poignant romance about a long
married 50-something woman yearning for more adventures.
Screens with short film Welcome to Iron Knob
Sunday 22 February 6pm
This stylish thriller features an incisive look at Italian
society with great performances from a star-studded cast including
Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Valeria Golino and Fabrizio
Sunday 22 February 8.30pm
Alice Howland (Julianne Moore), happily married to John (Alec
Baldwin), suddenly finds herself forgetting words and when she
receives a devastating diagnosis of early-onset Alzheimer's
disease. Alice and her family find their bonds thoroughly
Monday 23 February 6.30PM
Richard Linklater's groundbreaking latest film was shot over 12
years, telling a family's story with rare authenticity and
wonderful performances from Ethan Hawke, Patricia Arquette and
young Ellar Coltrane.
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 35% 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).
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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
Festival, upon presentation of ID.
The Travelling Film
Festival acknowledges the financial assistance of Screen Australia
and the Northern Territory Government through Screen Territory and
is supported by Screen Australia's Indigenous Department and ABC