MIFF Travelling Film Showcase: Ballarat

The Melbourne International Film Festival presents the MIFF Travelling Film Showcase, a series of weekend screenings across regional Victoria of selected MIFF 2019 titles, including all seven of this year's MIFF Premiere Fund supported films: No Time for Quiet, H Is For Happiness, Below, Measure for Measure, Iron Fists and Kung-Fu Kicks, A Family and Buoyancy.

The MIFF Travelling Showcase comes to Ballarat's Regent Theatre Friday 6 September–Sunday 8 September

Travelling Film Showcase - American Woman

Travelling Film Showcase - American Woman

Sienna Miller, Christina Hendricks and Aaron Paul lead a sterling cast in Jake Scott’s engrossing tale of a single mother grappling with her worst nightmare.

Travelling Film Showcase - Below

Travelling Film Showcase - Below

Starring Ryan Corr and Anthony LaPaglia, Below is a pitch-black comedy with a unique, and uniquely provocative, take on Australia’s controversial asylum-seeker detention system.

Travelling Film Showcase - H is for Happiness

Travelling Film Showcase - H is for Happiness

Miriam Margolyes, Emma Booth, Richard Roxburgh, Deborah Mailman and Joel Jackson star in this delightful adaptation of the award-winning YA novel My Life as an Alphabet.

Travelling Film Showcase - Iron Fists and Kung Fu Kicks

Travelling Film Showcase - Iron Fists and Kung Fu Kicks

From Hong Kong to Hollywood, the Shaw Brothers to The Matrix, iron fists and kung fu kicks have been busting box offices and breaking barriers since the 1960s. This is the wild untold story of how the way of the dragon became a global phenomenon.

Travelling Film Showcase - Measure For Measure

Travelling Film Showcase - Measure For Measure

Following the critically acclaimed Pawno, director Paul Ireland moves from Footscray to Prahran’s commission flats for this contemporary re-interpretation of Shakespeare, with Hugo Weaving leading a powerful, multicultural cast.

Travelling Film Showcase - Vai

Travelling Film Showcase - Vai

Eight female directors from eight separate Pacific Island nations celebrate Indigenous resilience and creativity through the life of one extraordinary woman.