Travelling Film Festival @ Majestic Cinemas

Travelling Film Festival @ Majestic Cinemas

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The Travelling Film Festival returns to Majestic Cinemas Nambour over one weekend, from 1st to the 4th November presenting an impressive selection of films direct from Sydney Film Festival 2019!

THE FILMS:

Hearts & Bones
Friday 1 November
Film begins at 7:00pm

In Australian filmmaker Ben Lawrence’s beautifully acted debut feature, a war photographer (Hugo Weaving) and a refugee (Andrew Luri) discover a photograph that threatens to destroy them both.

The Biggest Little Farm
Saturday 2 November
Screening with Tungrus - Short Film.
Flim Begins 11:30am

A genuine crowd-pleaser that follows filmmaker John Chester, his wife and dog as they chase their dream to set up a sustainable farm, with plenty of enthusiasm but zero experience.

Tungrus - Short Film. A bolshy pet rooster turns the domestic life of a Mumbai family upside down.

The Third Wife
Saturday 2 November
Screening with Ties That Bind - Short Film.
Flim Begins 1:40pm

Set in late 19th century Vietnam, Ash Mayfair’s exquisite feature debut focuses on a teenager in an arranged marriage, who learns quickly about her world’s suffocating patriarchy.

Ties That Bind - Short Film. A young man (Kamil Ellis) is at odds with his single mother (Elaine Crombie), who pushes him away with her bullying ways.

Never Look Away
Saturday 2 November
Flim Begins 3:45pm

Inspired - controversially - by the life of German artist Gerhard Richter, this Oscar-nominated epic, from the director of The Lives of Others, recounts a remarkable love story.

Standing Up for Sunny
Saturday 2 November
Flim Begins 7:15pm

Breaking Bad's RJ Mitte stars in this charming Australian rom-com about a loner with cerebral palsy who is roped into helping a comedian (Phillippa Northeast) overcome her shyness.



The Deposit
Sunday 3 November
Screening with G.D.P. Grandma's Dangerous Project - Short Film.
Flim Begins 11:30am

Ásthildur Kjartansdóttir's assured feature debut focuses on a journalist who invites three immigrant women to share her house in Reykjavic. Division and discord soon arise.

G.D.P. Grandma's Dangerous Project - Short Film. Three disillusioned grannies have a crazy idea. They plan to rob a bank so that they are sent to jail, and then don't need to worry about anything anymore.

Sorry We Missed You
Sunday 3 November
Flim Begins 2:30pm

Revered British director, Ken Loach, raises his game yet further with this rollercoaster tale of a delivery worker pushed to the edge.

Judy & Punch
Sunday 3 November
Flim Begins 4:45pm

Mirrah Foulkes's astonishing, indefinable feature debut reimagines the Judy & Punch puppet show as a blackly comic feminist revenge tale starring Mia Wasikowska and Damon Herriman.

 

Yuli
Sunday 3 November
Screening with Chlorine - Short Film.
Flim Begins 7:00pm

Cuban ballet luminary Carlos Acosta is both star and subject of this moving and unusual fusion of biography and dazzling dance, by Spanish director Icíar Bollaín.

Chlorine - Short Film.Short Film In a desperate bid for attention, 11-year-old Keira compulsively steals from pregnant women at her local aquatic centre. But her actions put her at risk of losing the only family she has.

The Final Quarter
Monday 4 November
Flim Begins 6:00pm

Cheers turned to boos in the final years of AFL champion footballer Adam Goodes' career when he publicly called out racism. This impassioned film tracks Australia's heated response.