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The Melbourne International Film Festival presents the Travelling Film Showcase - hitting the road with screenings across regional Victoria.

The showcase will run at Theatre Royal Castlemaine across the 20th, 21st and 22nd of September and will screen a selection of MIFF 2019 Premiere Fund-supported films, as well as MIFF favourite IN MY BLOOD IT RUNS.

FRIDAY 20TH SEPTEMBER

7.30PM – 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.

Tickets for available via Oztix here or at the box office


SATURDAY 21ST SEPTEMBER

2.30PM - 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.

This film will be followed by a Q+A with co-director Hylton Shaw

Tickets available via Oztix here or at the box office

SATURDAY 21ST SEPTEMBER

5.00PM - A FAMILY
Deadpan to its core, A Family is an offbeat comedy that ventures into the home of a lonely man who hires actors to play his parents, brother and sister.

This film will be followed by a Q+A with producer Clea Frost

Tickets available via Oztix here or at the box office

SATURDAY 21ST SEPTEMBER

7.30PM - BUOYANCY
Inspired by the real-life plight of workers sold into Southeast Asia’s fishing industry and featuring a powerful performance from its first-time star, this gripping high seas drama was awarded the Panorama Prize by Berlinale’s Ecumenical Jury.

Tickets available via Oztix here or at the box office

SUNDAY 22ND SEPTEMBER

2.30PM - IN MY BLOOD IT RUNS
Four years after Gayby Baby (MIFF 2015), Maya Newell crafts another powerful, essential portrait of Australian youth, putting the plight of the Northern Territory’s Indigenous children in the spotlight.

This film will be followed by a Q+A with Producer Alex Kelly

Tickets available via Oztix here or at the box office

SUNDAY 22ND SEPTEMBER

5.30PM - 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.

Tickets available via Oztix here or at the box office