Darwin International Film Festival

An annual festival celebrating international film and screen culture and showcasing the best of the Northern Territory film industry

Darwin (September 2020)

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The Unknown Saint

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It's the closing day of DIFF today... 😢 ...but wait, there are 4 awesome films on today so you can still get your fill of film festival screenings! 😁 > 10am - Tito and the Birds - The #NTPremiere of this awesome family animation is on at BCC Cinemas Casuarina > 1pm - Best of South East Asian Shorts - Multiple #NTPremieres of carefully selected shorts at BCC Cinemas Casuarina > 3pm - Long Day's Journey into Night (地球最后的夜晚) - Bi Gan's David Lynch-esque masterpiece is screening it's #NTPremiere at BCC Cinemas Casuarina > 7.15pm - When The Storm Fades - see out the festival with the #AustralianPremiere of the genre redefining docudrama at Deckchair Cinema On top of that it's your last chance to go check out the Water Screen at the Waterfront tonight from 7.30 pm! So much to choose from!
It's the final days of DIFF2019 - what films are you going to catch over the weekend? Check the program online at: http://bit.ly/2UgYifn
Check out this photo from testing the Water Screen at the Waterfront last night! This free family friendly show starts at 7.30 pm tonight! Off The Leash Darwin Waterfront The NT News
A beautiful night for an open air film! Portrait of a Lady on Fire, showing tonight. See you there? #DIFFerentTogether #DIFF2019 #screenculture #openaircinema #dothent #DarwinNT #darwinevents #filmindustry #filmfestival
Part of the Red Ochre shorts program is the film 'Not Just Numbers' - an inspirational one-hour documentary that brings the work of the Tangentyere Women’s Family Safety Group into the spotlight. They are grassroots champions working in the Town Camps of Alice Springs and talking straight to prevent family violence. They are fighting to be seen, not just counted. We are super lucky to have these wonderful women attending the screening: Shirleen Campbell, Director Marlene Hayes, Tangentyere Women’s Family Safety Group Representative Connie Shaw, 2nd Director & Tangentyere Women’s Family Safety Group Anna Cadden, Producer Brindle Films NITV Screen Territory #nitv #NTfilmmakers #indigenousfilmmaking #DIFFerentTogether See you there!
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