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Byron Bay (Oct 18-27, 2019)

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Bangalow 2479 filmmaker Benjamin Gilmour's feature Jirga will be screening in Federal Community Hall on July 13th and Palace Cinemas on July 19th.Jirga was the Australian entry to the 2019 Academy Awards Best Foreign Language Film and won the AACTA/AFI Film & Television Awards Best Indie Film last year with sellout screenings at the Byron Bay Film Festival. It is the suspenseful story of an Australian soldier who returns to Afghanistan to atone for the death of a civilian.Landcare Fundraiser screening at Federal Community Hall, 6pm on 13th July, tickets at the door. Palace Byron Screening at 7pm on 19th July, book on the Palace website. Director Benjamin Gilmour will be present for a Q&A at both events.
LAST CALL TO SUBMIT YOUR FILM, VR EXPERIENCE OR SCREENPLAY TO THE 13TH ANNUAL Byron Bay International Film Festival!Our FINAL DEADLINE IS JUNE 28, 2019. Enter at
www.filmfreeway.com/ByronBayInternationalFilmFestivalBBFF features awards for Features, Docs, Shorts, Cinematography, Music Documentaries and Videos, Environmental and Surf Films, VR and more.#BBFF2019 will run from October 18 to the 27. For more information visit www.bbff.com.au
WIN! Our friends at Palace Cinemas have given us five double passes which winners can use to attend any film (excluding opening and closing nights) screening at the Moro Spanish Film Festival which runs from May 10-26.To enter simply tag the friend you want to go with and name the film you want to take them to. Winners will be chosen at random.Entries close May 8For more information about the films on offer in Byron, visit www.spanishfilmfestival.com/times-tickets/byron-bay
This Friday - 5:45pm March 8th Pighouse Flicks are hosting a special screening of Pimped starring Benedict Samuel (Ellipsis) and Ella Scott Lynch with three time Australian Directors Guild Award winner Director David Barker in attendance for a special Q&A - run by BBFF's J'aimee Skippon-Volke. Tix at www.pighouseflicks.com.au/shows/pimped/A contemporary, Australian, transgressive thriller. Cinematic, elevated, and performance driven, Pimped is dark matter, that matters. Posing numerous questions concerning trust, betrayal and the nature of desire. Written well before the #metoo movement gained traction, and in the vein of films like Gone Girl and The Girl on a Train, this tense, atmospheric film presents feminine strength and toxic masculinity in a psychological and bloodied battle...
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