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  • Disclosure

    TRAVELLING FILM FESTIVAL

    Mature Audiences 15+
    Runtime
    100 Minutes
    Cast
    Geraldine Hakewill, Mark Leonard Winter, Matilda Ridgway, Tom Wren, Greg Stone
    Consumer Advice
    Strong sex scenes and coarse language
    A tense psychological drama, inspired by real-life events, set in the rich landscape of Victoria’s Dandenong Ranges (ancestral home of the Wurundjeri people) soulmates, Danny (a well-known journalist) and Emily (an award-winning filmmaker) are dealing with their four-year-old daughter’s disclosure of a confronting event involving a young boy, who happens to be the nine-year-old son of their best friends, the Chalmers.

    Friday 20 August

  • The Truffle Hunters

    TRAVELLING FILM FESTIVAL

    Mature Audiences
    Runtime
    99 Minutes
    Consumer Advice
    Coarse language
    Language
    In Italian with English Subtitles
    This charming documentary set deep in the forests of Italy’s Piedmont region follows a handful of eccentric, often squabbling, locals who forage for the rare and expensive white Alba truffle—which can’t be farmed or grown in a lab.

    Saturday 21 August

  • Cousins

    TRAVELLING FILM FESTIVAL

    Mature Audiences
    Runtime
    113 Minutes
    Cast
    Tanea Heke, Rachel House, Briar Grace Smith, Ana Scotney, Tioreore Ngatai-Melbourne
    Consumer Advice
    Mature themes and coarse language
    Language
    In English and Maori, with English subtitles
    Set in New Zealand over six decades, this poignant story (based on a novel by Patricia Grace) follows the lives of three female cousins who share a strong bond even as they are separated by unfortunate events. SCREENING WITH SHORT FILM, BARNA.

    Saturday 21 August

  • ANOTHER ROUND

    TRAVELLING FILM FESTIVAL

    Mature Audiences
    Runtime
    130 Minutes
    Cast
    Mads Mikkelsen, Thomas Bo Larsen, Lars Ranthe, Magnus Millang, Maria Bonnevie
    Consumer Advice
    Mature themes and coarse language
    Language
    In Danish with English subtitles
    Martin is a morose high school history teacher who seems to have lost his mojo and enthusiasm such that it affects his students, wife and kids. He hangs out a bit with three other middle-aged teachers contemplating their current lives and paths. They start obsessing over an obscure theory by Norwegian psychologist Finn Skårderund, who argues that humans require alcohol in their system to thrive and they begin a drinking experiment: upholding a constant low level of intoxication.

    Saturday 21 August

  • The Perfect Candidate

    TRAVELLING FILM FESTIVAL

    Parental Guidance
    Runtime
    119 Minutes
    Cast
    Mila Alzahrani, Nora Al Awadh, Dae Al Hilali, Khalid Abdulrhim, Shafi Al Harthy
    Consumer Advice
    Mild themes
    Language
    In Arabic with English Subtitles
    Maryam is a doctor in a Saudi hospital, the only one in town with emergency facilities. Despite her qualifications, she struggles to earn the respect of male colleagues and patients every day. After Maryam is prevented from travelling to Dubai in search of a better job, a bureaucratic mix-up leads her to run for the local elections.

    Sunday 22 August

  • Rosa's Wedding

    TRAVELLING FILM FESTIVAL

    Mature Audiences
    Runtime
    114 Minutes
    Cast
    Candela Peña, Sergi López, Nathalie Poza, Ramón Barea, Paula Usero
    Consumer Advice
    Coarse language
    Language
    In Spanish with English Subtitles
    Rosa is about to turn 45 and realises that she's always lived her life to serve everyone else. So she decides to leave it all behind and take charge of her life and fulfil her dream of starting her own business

    Sunday 22 August

  • Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom

    TRAVELLING FILM FESTIVAL

    General
    Runtime
    124 Minutes
    Cast
    Sherab Dorji, Ugyen Norbu Lhendup, Keldon Lhamo Gurung, Pem Zam, Chimi Dem
    Consumer Advice
    All ages
    Language
    In Dzongkha with English subtitles
    Shot with solar powered batteries in the Himalayan village of Lunana (population 56), this glorious directorial debut takes place in one of the most secluded and undeveloped areas of the entire world. Ugyen is an aspiring singer living in Bhutan’s capital. He dreams of moving to Australia but first he must finish his final year of teaching service. Slacking on his duties, he is punished by being assigned to “the world’s most remote school”. After an eight-day trek, Ugyen reaches the high-altitude village with more yak dung than people, few amenities, and a bunch of eager-to-learn kids who’ve never seen a car.

    Sunday 22 August

  • Falling

    TRAVELLING FILM FESTIVAL

    Mature Audiences 15+
    Runtime
    127 Minutes
    Cast
    Viggo Mortensen, Lance Henriksen, Sverrir Gudnason, Laura Linney, Hannah Gross
    Viggo Mortensen (Green Book, The Lord of The Rings Trilogy) directs and co-stars in this touching tale of a weary son’s attempts to reconcile with his formidable father, Willis (a fiery Lance Henriksen, Aliens). Beautifully alternating between past and present, this engaging and thought-provoking drama follows John as a boy, forced by his father into regular tests of masculinity, and John as an adult living happily as a married gay man. It’s clear that John has long been the target of his father’s frustrations. When Willis, in the first stages of mental decline descends back into John’s life, his usual harshness and bitter prejudices flow unchecked. As a son still bound by duty, John must care for the man who hurts him the most. SCREEING WITH SHORT FILM, DWARF PLANET.

    Sunday 22 August