Presented by the Travelling Film Festival
in association with Screen
The TFF is happening in Cairns, 1-5 November 2013. Tickets to this
popular festival held at Cairns City Cinemas sell quickly, so
don't delay, book your tickets online today!
Cairns City Cinemas
108 Grafton Street
Cairns QLD 4870
PH: (07) 4031 1077
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FRI 1 NOVEMBER 7PM - SOLD OUT!
WED 6 NOVEMBER 6.30PM - REPEAT SCREENING
An Indigenous detective investigates the murder of a teenage girl
in a small town in the Outback. Ivan Sen (Toomelah) crafts
a mesmerising thriller with a stellar Australian cast including
Aaron Pedersen, Hugo Weaving, Ryan Kwanten and Jack Thompson.
Producer David Jowsey to introduce the
film and take part in a Q&A, followed by
complimentary Opening Night drinks
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SAT 2 NOV 10.30AM
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The Act of Killing
SAT 2 NOVEMBER
In this chillingly surreal festival smash, a former Indonesian
gangster, military collaborator and movie buff re-enacts his
murderous past in the style of the films he loves.
SAT 2 NOVEMBER 3PM
Set on Dal Lake in strife-torn Kashmir, this film tells an
unlikely story of love between a working-class boatman and a
beautiful scientist, while raising important environmental
SAT 2 NOVEMBER
This thoughtful thriller follows a successful Palestinian
surgeon in Tel Aviv whose life is shattered when his wife is killed
in a suicide bombing - and police inform him that she was
Screens with short:
SAT 2 NOVEMBER 8PM
Australian writer and director Kim Mordaunt (Bomb
Harvest) won major prizes at both the Berlinale and Tribeca
with this heartwarming coming-of-age tale set entirely in Laos.
The Chuck In
For Those in Peril
Selected for Critics' Week at Cannes, this visually innovative
debut feature is a sensitive portrait of a Scottish town wracked
with grief following a fishing accident, and the repercussions for
the accident's sole survivor.
SUN 3 NOVEMBER
Paulina García delivers the performance of a lifetime, for which
she won Best Actress at the Berlin Film Festival, in this uplifting
comedy-drama about a lonely 58-year-old's search for love in
ballrooms for older singles.
SUN 3 NOVEMBER 4.15PM
This expertly paced film about a cargo ship hijacked by Somali
pirates moves between the stressed crew on the ship and the
shipping-company boardroom back home, delivering a dynamic
SUN 3 NOVEMBER 6.30PM
Greta Gerwig (Greenberg, To Rome with Love)
stars in and co-wrote this breezy and charming modern fable by Noah
Baumbach (The Squid and the Whale) about the misadventures
of a trainee dancer.
In the Air
Stories We Tell
MON 4 NOVEMBER 6PM
Sarah Polley, the acclaimed director of Take This
Waltz, crafts an inspired and inventive exploration of her own
family of storytellers, including her actor mother and playwright
In the House
MON 4 NOVEMBER 8.15PM
French director Francois Ozon directs a top notch cast in this
mesmerising tale of a bored teacher, his wife and star pupil.
Starring Fabrice Luchini and Kristin Scott Thomas this film is
deliciously unsettling and entertaining.
TUES 5 NOVEMBER 6PM
In the emotional hit of Sundance 2013, the devastating
consequences of keeping five-tonne killer whales in captivity is
told through the story of one tragic beast, Tilikum. This ain't
A Gun in Each Hand
TUES 5 NOVEMBER
Featuring one of the most star-studded casts assembled in modern
Spanish cinema, A Gun in Each Hand is a witty and
hilarious portrait of forty-something manhood, and its shifting
role in contemporary Barcelona.
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
Save over 40% off regular ticket prices with a subscription, all
nine films for only $8 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).
Note: films must be selected at time of purchase.
Please click here for instructions on how to use a
Single Session Tickets
(Opening Night includes complimentary drinks)
transferable but admit only one person per screening.
Concessions: unemployed, pensioners, seniors and members of End
Credits Film Club and Sydney Film Festival, upon
presentation of ID.
The Travelling Film
Festival acknowledges the financial assistance of Screen Australia
and is presented in association with the Queensland Government
through Screen Queensland and supported by Screen Australia's
Indigenous Department and ABC Far