Returning to Darwin on Thursday 8 until Sunday 11 February 2018, Travelling Film Festival Darwin (TFF Darwin) will bring some of the best on screen films to the Top End. Nine international critically acclaimed films, eight features and one documentary, will be screened at BCC Darwin City Cinemas on the corner of Mitchell Street and Briggs Street. Visit the TFFwebsite for screening times.
BCC Cinema Darwin
To get value for money, you can choose a 5 Film Flexipass or Subscription. With the 5 Film Flexipass, you can save over 20% on regular ticket prices and dip into the festival with a 5 Film Flexipass for just $10.60 per film or $9.60 for concession. With the full subscription you can save over 30% on regular ticket prices including the Opening Night film. The Opening Night includes complimentary drinks.
The Festival will be open with Faces Places, Cannes Golden Eye Documentary Prize winner, a film documents about Agnes Varda and JR's heartwarming journey through rural France and the unlikely, tender friendship they formed along the way. Another film, A Fantastic Woman, tells the story of a transgender woman mourning her lost lover. Loving Vincent, is the world's first fully painted feature film exploring the life of Vincent van Gogh. The movie is crafted from 65,000 frames of handpainted oil-paintings by 125 professional artists.
The Travelling Film Festival, started by David Stratton in 1974, tours 18 regional locations year-round, including three in the Northern Territory. In Northern Territory, The Travelling Film Festival 2018 will travel to Darwin, Katherine and Alice Spring.
Loving Vincent - a film about Vincent van Gogh
If you're planning to purchase online tickets, please be aware that online ticketing will be cut off after 7 February 2018 at 5pm. Enjoy the showcasing of curated award-winning titles from around the world without ads on screen.
For more information, visit the TFFwebsite or ring (02) 8220 6600. You can follow their Facebook page for any event updates.