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TRAVELLING FILM FESTIVAL NAMBOUR
2-4 NOVEMBER
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The Travelling Film Festival returns to Majestic Cinemas Nambour from 2-4 November, presenting an impressive selection of films direct from Sydney Film Festival 2018!

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Women At War
Friday 2 November
6pm Opening Night Reception
Film begins at 7pm

Join us for our Opening Night film Woman At War, this year’s Cannes Critics’ Week award winner from Benedikt Erlingsson, about a DIY Icelandic eco-warrior taking on heavy industry. Erlingsson takes a wildly daring approach, bringing musical, comedic and social justice elements together in a visually lush film. It is sure to be one the year’s most memorable!

The Opening Night Reception includes a complimentary drinks and nibbles for all ticket holders before the screening – all this for only $14

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Wajib - The Wedding Invitation
Saturday 3 November
Film Begins 12:00pm

Writer-director Annemarie Jacir’s multi-award winning comic drama about the lives of Palestinians living in Israel. Real-life father and son Mohammad and Saleh Bakri star as an earthily funning bickering duo. Wajib brings a worldly, wise and witty eye to this hugely entertaining and illuminating slice of Palestinian life.

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Jirga
Saturday 3 November
Film Begins 2:00pm

Followed by a Q&A with director Benjamin Gilmour

Competitor for the Berlin International Film Festival’s Golden Bear, Pig is an atypical comedy with hilarity and hijinks quite unlike anything we’ve seen in Iranian cinema. The finest Iranian film directors are getting slaughtered by an unknown serial killer, and blacklisted director Hasan Kasmai is curious about only one thing: why isn't the killer after him?

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Cold War
Saturday 3 November
Film Begins 4:20pm

Pawel Pawlikowski (My Summer of Love and Oscar-winner Ida) won Best Director at Cannes Film Festival for this passionate, music-filled love story set in Cold War-era Europe and based on the relationship of his own parents. Cold War uses music to signify the passage of time and the changing relationship between the lovers. Brilliantly acted and visually stunning, Cold War is one of the films of the year.

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The Insult
Saturday 3 November
Film Begins 7:00pm

When Palestinian Muslim foreman Yasser installs a new drainpipe on Lebanese Christian Tony’s balcony without his permission, Tony’s dislike of Palestinians triggers what appears to be a minor disagreement. But insults are hurled, and the situation soon escalates out of control. What begins with a petty argument leads to a highly publicised trial that captivates a nation. Intelligently using humour and pathos, The Insult is ultimately a plea for empathy, forgiveness and peace, and took out the 2018 Audience Award for Best Feature at Sydney Film Festival.

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Mcqueen
Sunday 4 November
Film Begins 11:30am

A vibrant portrait of the late UK fashion icon Alexander McQueen, packed full of interviews with friends, lovers and family, and footage of his inspirational shows. This stunning documentary is an appropriately lavish and multifaceted celebration of his life and boundary-pushing creations.

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Ága
Sunday 4 November
Film Begins 2:00pm

In this visually spectacular love story set in the Arctic, an isolated couple must deal with a changing way of life while yearning for their estranged daughter, Aga. Director Milko Lazarov and his superb cinematographer Kaloyan Bozhilov take full advantage of the dramatic snowy landscape in this captivating tale of a disappearing way of life, generational conflict and an enduring love.

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The Heiresses
Sunday 4 November
Film Begins 4:20pm

Taking out the top prize in competition at SFF 2018, the Sydney Film Prize, as well as the Silver Bear Alfred Bauer and Best Actress prizes at Berlinale, this complex relationship drama takes an unusual look at the lives of wealthy Paraguayan families through the tribulations of a lesbian couple. Director Marcelo Martinessi looks at privilege and class distinctions in a country with great inequality and, using this starting point, tells a story of a long relationship finally called into question, and the beginnings of new desire.

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Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far On Foot
Sunday 4 November
Film Begins 6:45pm

Don't miss our Closing Night film, funny biopic by Gus Van Sant about cult cartoonist John Callahan, staring Joaquin Phoenix, Jonah Hill, Rooney Mara and Jack Black. Phoenix and the talented ensemble cast are superb, and Van Sant creates a compelling portrait of man who found the will to live through his art.

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