The Travelling Film Festival (TFF), the regional tour of
Sydney Film Festival, will return to Tamworth
March 2019. Straight from the most prestigious festivals of
2018, including Cannes, Sundance and Sydney Film Festival, the program will
screen eight feature films and one incredible documentary at Forum 6 Cinemas.
View the full schedule here.
couldn’t be more excited to bring the Travelling Film Festival back to Tamworth
this year,” said Festival
Manager, Sanam Rodrigues. “This year’s curation of cinematic
gems includes some of the most talked-about films in the world, hand-picked
from some of the most respected festivals around the globe!”
the Festival is Hotel
Mumbai, directed by award-winning Australian director Anthony
Maras’ and starring Oscar-nominated actor Dev Patel (Lion, Slumdog Millionaire)
and Golden Globe-nominated actor Armie Hammer (Call Me By Your Name). This thrilling
docu-drama explores the dramatic real-life events of the terrorist siege that
took place in Mumbai’s upscale Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in 2008.
Festival closes with winner of the Grand Jury Prize at Cannes 2018, Nadine
The funny yet tough feature is a genuinely moving story examining the poorest
slums of Lebanon through the eyes of a child.
from the 2018 Sydney Film Festival include the gloriously funny award-winning
Icelandic film, Woman at
War; and the riveting documentary Three Identical Strangers, following the
incredible story of three strangers who discover they are identical triplets
separated at birth.
Festival will screen 2018 Cannes award-winners including Hirokazu Kore-Eda’s Shoplifters, winner of
the most coveted film prize in the world, the Palme d’Or; winner of Best
Screenplay Happy As
Lazzaro, following a naïve peasant who unwittingly finds himself
entwined in a world of deception and time travel; and Best Director Prize
winner Cold War,
a tempestuous love story of two musicians who meet in the ruins of post-war
to be missed are Julian Schanbel’s critically acclaimed At Eternity’s Gate,
which features a Golden Globe-nominated performance by screen legend Willem
Dafoe (The Florida Project,
The Grand Budapest Hotel) as iconic tortured Dutch artist Vincent
Van Gogh; and The Guilty,
which was selected for Best Actor at the Golden Globes for Jakob Cedergren’s
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Film Festival acknowledges the financial assistance of Screen Australia and the
New South Wales Government through Create NSW, Destination NSW and is supported
by Media Partner ABC New England North West and Distinguished Partner Princess