Tasmanian Breath of Fresh Air Film Festival2019-05-26T22:31:28+11:00
bofa breath of fresh air film festival

A celebration of fresh perspectives and innovative solutions to screen based story telling that inspires positive change

Hobart, Launceston (May 2020)

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The Seen and Unseen

The Seen and Unseen

Most stories are better without a sledgehammer to drive it’s point home, though subtlety doesn’t ...
Ghost Stories

Ghost Stories

Have you ever wanted to be scared by one of those old spook houses before ...
The Guilty

The Guilty

Packing more furrowed-brow acting into a film than you are ever likely to see, The ...


Aga is first and foremost and in more than one respect a beautiful film ...
Three Identical Strangers

Three Identical Strangers

As curious as it is frequently infuriating, Three Identical Strangers takes its fascinating subject(s) to ...
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Meet Marti Diop, a French-Senegalese filmmaker.  She has just won the Cannes Film Festival Grand Prix, one of the festivals most prestigious prizes, for her film ATLANTIC
Here's what she had to say on having her film selected to screen at Cannes.
"My first feeling to be the first black female director was a little sadness that this only happened today in 2019."
Diop based her film on Atlantiques, her 2009 documentary about Senegalese workers migrating to Spain via boat, a notoriously life-imperiling journey.
Pity we can't put this film on the long list for BOFA2020 - it's  been bought by Netflix!
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