Travelling Film Festival Nambour


The Travelling Film Festival has been bringing the best on screen to regional Australia since David Stratton founded it in 1974, and we are thrilled to be bringing the festival to Nambour for the first time this year!

Showcasing a curated program of award-winning titles from around the world, fresh from their screenings at the Sydney Film Festival in June, we hope to make the festival an important part of Nambour’s cultural calendar for years to come.

The Festival is held between Friday 6 - Sunday 8 October.

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C-Square, Currie Street
Nambour QLD 4560
Phone: (07) 5441 2954


See TFF program below or download the PDF.

Buy tickets now!

You can purchase tickets for TFF Nambour by calling us on 02 8220 6600 or by -

  • Clicking on an individual film below to book
  • Purchasing 9-Film Subscription - save 30% off regular ticket prices

Tickets can be purchased through TFF on this website or over the phone until Thursday 5 October by 5pm. After this time, all tickets must be purchased in person at the venue.


The Travelling Film Festival acknowledges the financial assistance of Screen Australia, ABC Mid North Coast, the New South Wales Government through Screen NSW and distinguished partner Princess Cruises. 



Ali's Wedding - Friday 6 October 7pm

Ali’s arranged marriage is looming, but he loves someone else. What’s a Muslim cleric’s son to do? This Australian comedy won the Foxtel Movies Audience Award for Best Feature at Sydney Film Festival.

Sami Blood - Saturday 7 October 2pm

The moving story of a reindeer-herding Sámi girl who severs ties with her family and her culture. An award-winner and hit at the Toronto, Sundance and Venice Film Festivals.

Una - Saturday 7 October 4.15pm

Celebrated Australian theatre director Benedict Andrews makes his film debut with this auspicious, emotionally powerful feature.

Maudie - Saturday 7 October 6.30pm

Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke shine in this true story of gifted, arthritic Canadian folk painter Maud Lewis and her unlikely romance with the reclusive Everett Lewis.

I Am Not Your Negro - Sunday 8 October 2.15pm

Narrated by Samuel L Jackson, this mesmerising Oscar-nominated film channels the impassioned words of writer James Baldwin, one of the most incisive commentators on race in America.

The Other Side of Hope - Sunday 8 October 4.15pm

Aki Kaurismäki's new film is a funny and melancholic tale of the friendship between a Syrian refugee and a Helsinki restaurant-owner. Berlinale Silver Bear winner for Best Director.

On Body and Soul - Sunday 8 October 6.30pm

Winner of the Sydney Film Prize, On Body and Soul is about the unconventional romance between two co-workers who discover that each night they have exactly the same dreams.