Travelling Film Festival

"A timely, terrifically acted moral nail-biter." – The Telegraph ... In the midst of the US housing crisis, a single father is kicked out of his bungalow with only minutes to collect his belongings. Determined to buy his home back, he finds himself working for the same man who evicted him and begins to learn the tricks that were once used on him. ... The latest film from award-winning director Ram... Read more
"A timely, terrifically acted moral nail-biter." – The Telegraph ... In the midst of the US housing crisis, a single father is kicked out of his bungalow with only minutes to collect his belongings. Determined to buy his home back, he finds himself working for the same man who evicted him and begins to learn the tricks that were once used on him. ... The latest film from award-winning director Ram... Read more
"A timely, terrifically acted moral nail-biter." – The Telegraph ... In the midst of the US housing crisis, a single father is kicked out of his bungalow with only minutes to collect his belongings. Determined to buy his home back, he finds himself working for the same man who evicted him and begins to learn the tricks that were once used on him. ... The latest film from award-winning director Ram... Read more
"A timely, terrifically acted moral nail-biter." – The Telegraph ... In the midst of the US housing crisis, a single father is kicked out of his bungalow with only minutes to collect his belongings. Determined to buy his home back, he finds himself working for the same man who evicted him and begins to learn the tricks that were once used on him. ... The latest film from award-winning director Ram... Read more
A sustainable source of illumination, a creative inspiration and a fading craft, neon shines in Lawrence Johnston's latest film. ... Lawrence Johnston has long been obsessed with neon. Although his award-winning film Eternity (MIFF 1994) was about Arthur Stace's handwritten signage, Johnston managed to sneak footage of neon signs throughout. Neon also features in Night (MIFF 2007), and while filmi... Read more
A sustainable source of illumination, a creative inspiration and a fading craft, neon shines in Lawrence Johnston's latest film. ... Lawrence Johnston has long been obsessed with neon. Although his award-winning film Eternity (MIFF 1994) was about Arthur Stace's handwritten signage, Johnston managed to sneak footage of neon signs throughout. Neon also features in Night (MIFF 2007), and while filmi... Read more
A sustainable source of illumination, a creative inspiration and a fading craft, neon shines in Lawrence Johnston's latest film. ... Lawrence Johnston has long been obsessed with neon. Although his award-winning film Eternity (MIFF 1994) was about Arthur Stace's handwritten signage, Johnston managed to sneak footage of neon signs throughout. Neon also features in Night (MIFF 2007), and while filmi... Read more
A sustainable source of illumination, a creative inspiration and a fading craft, neon shines in Lawrence Johnston's latest film. ... Lawrence Johnston has long been obsessed with neon. Although his award-winning film Eternity (MIFF 1994) was about Arthur Stace's handwritten signage, Johnston managed to sneak footage of neon signs throughout. Neon also features in Night (MIFF 2007), and while filmi... Read more
Against the backdrop of Australia's tangled colonial and Indigenous history, Putuparri and the Rainmakers explores one man's struggle to fulfil his destiny. ... Tom "Putuparri" Lawford is a man caught between two worlds: his past and present in modern society, where he battles with alcoholism and domestic violence; and his future as a leader of his people, reconnecting with his ancestral lands, le... Read more
Against the backdrop of Australia's tangled colonial and Indigenous history, Putuparri and the Rainmakers explores one man's struggle to fulfil his destiny. ... Tom "Putuparri" Lawford is a man caught between two worlds: his past and present in modern society, where he battles with alcoholism and domestic violence; and his future as a leader of his people, reconnecting with his ancestral lands, le... Read more
Against the backdrop of Australia's tangled colonial and Indigenous history, Putuparri and the Rainmakers explores one man's struggle to fulfil his destiny. ... Tom "Putuparri" Lawford is a man caught between two worlds: his past and present in modern society, where he battles with alcoholism and domestic violence; and his future as a leader of his people, reconnecting with his ancestral lands, le... Read more
Against the backdrop of Australia's tangled colonial and Indigenous history, Putuparri and the Rainmakers explores one man's struggle to fulfil his destiny. ... Tom "Putuparri" Lawford is a man caught between two worlds: his past and present in modern society, where he battles with alcoholism and domestic violence; and his future as a leader of his people, reconnecting with his ancestral lands, le... Read more
Against the backdrop of Australia's tangled colonial and Indigenous history, Putuparri and the Rainmakers explores one man's struggle to fulfil his destiny. ... Tom "Putuparri" Lawford is a man caught between two worlds: his past and present in modern society, where he battles with alcoholism and domestic violence; and his future as a leader of his people, reconnecting with his ancestral lands, le... Read more
Against the backdrop of Australia's tangled colonial and Indigenous history, Putuparri and the Rainmakers explores one man's struggle to fulfil his destiny. ... Tom "Putuparri" Lawford is a man caught between two worlds: his past and present in modern society, where he battles with alcoholism and domestic violence; and his future as a leader of his people, reconnecting with his ancestral lands, le... Read more
An Aussie fitness guru tangles with a rich New York schlub and a highly-strung gym instructor in this off-kilter rom-com from the director of Computer Chess. ... Following his weird and wonderful Computer Chess (MIFF 2013), Andrew Bujalski returns with an ostensibly more mainstream, though no less eccentric, take on the romantic comedy set in the world of Texan gym trainers. ... When a recently di... Read more
An Aussie fitness guru tangles with a rich New York schlub and a highly-strung gym instructor in this off-kilter rom-com from the director of Computer Chess. ... Following his weird and wonderful Computer Chess (MIFF 2013), Andrew Bujalski returns with an ostensibly more mainstream, though no less eccentric, take on the romantic comedy set in the world of Texan gym trainers. ... When a recently di... Read more
"This visually stunning animation masterwork so adroitly mixes the magical and the everyday that to watch it is to be wholly immersed in an enchanted world." – Los Angeles Times ... When Ben discovers his six-year-old sister Saoirse is a selkie – a mythical Irish sea creature – their grandmother ships them off to the city, afraid that proximity to the ocean will put them in danger. But Ben and Sao... Read more
"This visually stunning animation masterwork so adroitly mixes the magical and the everyday that to watch it is to be wholly immersed in an enchanted world." – Los Angeles Times ... When Ben discovers his six-year-old sister Saoirse is a selkie – a mythical Irish sea creature – their grandmother ships them off to the city, afraid that proximity to the ocean will put them in danger. But Ben and Sao... Read more
"This visually stunning animation masterwork so adroitly mixes the magical and the everyday that to watch it is to be wholly immersed in an enchanted world." – Los Angeles Times ... When Ben discovers his six-year-old sister Saoirse is a selkie – a mythical Irish sea creature – their grandmother ships them off to the city, afraid that proximity to the ocean will put them in danger. But Ben and Sao... Read more
"This visually stunning animation masterwork so adroitly mixes the magical and the everyday that to watch it is to be wholly immersed in an enchanted world." – Los Angeles Times ... When Ben discovers his six-year-old sister Saoirse is a selkie – a mythical Irish sea creature – their grandmother ships them off to the city, afraid that proximity to the ocean will put them in danger. But Ben and Sao... Read more
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