screening calendar

Check out some screenings and festivals that are happening around Tasmania.

  • Thursday, March 02, 2017 at 07:00 PM

    Tasmanian documentaries screening at TMAG – March 2

    TMAG presents a special Welcome to Hobart late night opening at the museum this Thursday.  The evening is designed to welcome new international students to Hobart as well as new members of the Hobart community and introduce them to the cultural attributes of their new home.

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    Wide Angle Tasmania is proud to present two short documentary film programmes that explore Tasmania.  Each film was produced with support from WAT and reflects the diverse themes, subjects and places that interest Tasmanian filmmakers.

    You are invited to meet and talk with our filmmakers at the end of each film programme.

    Programme 1 @ 7pm

    Before It Falls (Mathew Farrell & Simon Bischoff)

    Source Our Co-Op (Carly Rusden & Mark Thomson)

    Piercing Silence (Ninna Millikin)

    The Lala Road (Letitia Lamb)

    Filmmaker Q&A with Letitia Lamb & Mathew Farrell

     

    Programme 2 @ 8pm

    A Girl Needs a Bike (Vivien Mason & Letitia Lamb)

    Daughter of San Domenico (Marisa Mastrocola & Ra’uf Lucien Simon)

    Confessions of a Date-a-holic (Rob Harrison & Dave Flowers)

    Matthew (Aaron Luke Wilson & Cathy Allen)

    The Garden (Craige Langworthy)

    Blood of Life (Troy Melville &  Jim Everett)

     

    COST
    Free – you can register your interest here 

  • Thursday, March 30, 2017 at 06:30 PM
    Peacock Theater, Salamanca Arts Centre

    Flickerfest 2017 Hobart - March 30th

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    Best of International 1

    The Best Of International 1 programme brings a selection of short film gems from our Academy® Accredited Sydney competition. Highlights include: Academy® Nominated Spanish love story ‘Timecode’ in which ‘Luna and Diego are parking lot security guards. Diego does the night shift and Luna works by day. When will they meet?’, the inspiring Algerian ‘Battalion to my Beat’ about ’13-year old tomboy Mariam, who, dreaming of a life beyond the confines of the Western Sahara refugee camp, runs away to join the military, naively envisioning herself a Jeanne d’Arc who will liberate her country, and quirky animation ‘OS Love’ from Switzerland, that dives in the absurd realm of screensavers and desktop backgrounds.

     

    For more information click here

    COST
    $18/$16con (Inc. post scr. drinks & nibbles)
    Available to buy online through Salamanca Arts – (tix also avail at the door)

    CLASSIFICATION:
    Under 15yrs to be w/adult

  • Friday, March 31, 2017 at 07:30 PM
    Cygnet Town Hall

    Flickerfest 2017 Cygnet - March 31st

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    Best of Australian Shorts

    Features the endearing ‘A Girl Needs a Bike’ by Tassie filmmakers Vivien Mason & Letitia Lamb. This whimsical animated documentary shows how ‘bicycling brings joy to a new teacher and independence to her students’. Also screening are winner of the Flickerfest 2017 Yoram Gross Award for Best Australian Animation, ‘Fish With Legs’, voiced by Frank Woodley and Barry Otto, this (fish)tale tells of a school of fish suddenly waking up with a pair of newly grown legs; winner of the Flickerfest 2017 Media Super Award for Best Screenplay, ‘The Eleven O’Clock’, written by and starring Josh Lawson as a psychiatrist who gets a visit from a somewhat unusual patient one morning; and ‘MESSiAH’, a playful collision of cultures in the Australian wilderness, starring David Gulpilil and written and directed by Underbelly star Damian Walshe-Howling.

     

    For more information click here

    COST
    $15/$12con
    Available to buy online through Salamanca Arts – (tix also avail at the door)

    CLASSIFICATION:
    Under 15yrs to be w/adult

  • Friday, March 31, 2017 at 08:00 PM
    Peacock Theater, Salamanca Arts Centre

    Flickerfest 2017 Hobart - March 31st

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    Best of Australian Shorts

    Features the endearing ‘A Girl Needs a Bike’ by Tassie filmmakers Vivien Mason & Letitia Lamb. This whimsical animated documentary shows how ‘bicycling brings joy to a new teacher and independence to her students’. Also screening are winner of the Flickerfest 2017 Yoram Gross Award for Best Australian Animation, ‘Fish With Legs’, voiced by Frank Woodley and Barry Otto, this (fish)tale tells of a school of fish suddenly waking up with a pair of newly grown legs; winner of the Flickerfest 2017 Media Super Award for Best Screenplay, ‘The Eleven O’Clock’, written by and starring Josh Lawson as a psychiatrist who gets a visit from a somewhat unusual patient one morning; and ‘MESSiAH’, a playful collision of cultures in the Australian wilderness, starring David Gulpilil and written and directed by Underbelly star Damian Walshe-Howling.

     

    For more information click here

    COST
    $15/$13con
    Available to buy online through Salamanca Arts – (tix also avail at the door)

    CLASSIFICATION:
    Under 15yrs to be w/adult


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