The Travelling Film Festival (TFF), Australia’s longest-running travelling film festival, showcases Australian and international features, documentaries, and short films in regional Australia. TFF currently tours to 18 locations annually, screening in the Northern Territory, Queensland, and New South Wales.
Founded by David Stratton in 1974, the TFF is committed to providing audiences in regional Australia with access to films they would otherwise not have the opportunity to see on the big screen. The TFF presents cinema in a festival environment, and promotes a film experience that encourages debate, community involvement, and interaction. In addition to screenings, the TFF presents regional Australia with the opportunity to meet film industry professionals through its film industry guest and workshop program whenever possible. The TFF facilitates a direct and invaluable dialogue between regional audiences, local film practitioners, and Australia’s wider film community, an opportunity enthusiastically embraced by all parties.
The Festival screens over a full weekend, opening on a Friday night complete with an Opening Night function, and continues over Saturday and Sunday, screening a total of nine features and two Australian short films.
The Huskisson Pictures leg of the TFF is usually held over the last weekend in August.
Travelling Film Festival 2023
25th August 2023
Past Lives 7pm
26th August 2023
Let the River Flow 11:00am
Kindred + Katele (Short Film) 2:00pm
EO + Tangki (Short Film) 4:30pm
Fallen Leaves 7pm
27th August 2023
Riceboy Sleeps 1:30pm
How to Blow Up a Pipeline + Teacups (Short Film) 4pm
TICKETS ON SALE 20th JULY – ONLINE ONLY
Adult Single $15.00
Adult Concession $15.00
Children (U/26) $15.00
Subscription (9 films) $117.00
Flexipass (any 5 films) $77.00