MIFF Travelling Film Showcase: Wonthaggi

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 the Wonthaggi Union Community Arts Centre, Friday 4 October–Sunday 06 October

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 - Happy New Year, Colin Burstead

Travelling Film Showcase - Happy New Year, Colin Burstead

“Ben Wheatley strips things way back for his nerve-raddled family reunion comedy, and the result is one of his best, most fluid films.” – Variety

Travelling Film Showcase - No Time for Quiet

Travelling Film Showcase - No Time for Quiet

Featuring appearances from rock sensation Courtney Barnett, local punk trio Cable Ties and Sikh-Australian slam poet Sukhjit Khalsa, No Time for Quiet joins a group of girls and gender-fluid youths as they discover the empowering strength of music through a GIRLS ROCK! camp in Melbourne.

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 - A Family

Travelling Film Showcase - A Family

Deadpan to its core, A Family is an offbeat comedy that takes us into the home of a lonely man who hires actors to play his parents, brother and sister.

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.