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Travelling Film Festival returns to Ulladulla from 6—8 March

Get ready, the Travelling Film Festival returns to Ulladulla from 6—8 March. The program

will showcase superb award- winning feature films and one fascinating doco direct from

the 66th Sydney Film Festival and other international film festivals. Showing at Arcadia Twin Cinemas, Ulladulla. With all the hard work that the volunteers over at the NSW RFS- Milton Brigade have been doing, especially with the recent bushfires, the Travelling Film Festival Ulladulla wanted to express their admiration and gratitude with the gift of cinema. Throughout the festival weekend, the TFF welcomes members of the Milton RFS to enjoy the festival at no cost. They have also teamed up with The Treehouse Café to cater the Opening Night Reception, and are proud to partner with this local family-owned business. Check the whole programme and ticket details here:


Written and directed by Shoplifters director, Kore-eda Hirokazu, outside of his native Japan, this enjoyable story brings together iconic Oscar-nominated actresses Catherine Deneuve and Juliette Binoche. Find out more:


This endearing tale based in rural New Zealand stars Marshall Napier (The Light Between

Oceans, Babe) as a farmer struggling to cope with a tragedy; with the help of his gentle son and the local community. Find out more:


This is an endearing documentary about two cousins who run an organic farm in rural Greece, growing tomatoes - and blasting classical music across the fields. Find out more:


In Australian filmmaker Ben Lawrence’s beautifully acted debut feature, a war photographer

(Hugo Weaving) and a refugee (Andrew Luri) discover a photograph that threatens to destroy them both. Find out more:


This funny and moving tale brings yin and yang of roots and identities, humour and pathos that comes together into a satisfying, bittersweet wedding banquet of a movie. Find out more:


Pedro Almodóvar reunites with Antonio Banderas (Best Actor, Cannes) and Penelope Cruz in his most personal film yet: a reflection on cinema, art, family and love. Find out more:


Winner of the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize at Sundance 2019, Honeyland is a sumptuous, poetic and funny portrait of a female beekeeper in the remote Macedonian countryside. Find out more:

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