• Melbourne International Film Festival Travelling Showcase

Overview

Each year, the Melbourne International Film Festival presents the MIFF Travelling Showcase, which hits the road after the festival in Melbourne with a series of weekend programs across regional Victoria.

Join us on Friday & Saturday August 30 & 31 for five great titles direct from the festival: Below, In My Blood It Runs, H is for Happiness, measure for Measure & No Time for Quiet.

Bookings can be made directly with Star Cinema on 5446 2025.

Tickets at regular Star Cinema ticket prices:
Adults: $17
Star Cinema Members: $15
Conc/Seniors/Under 16: $12
Family: $48
(No Free Tickets)

See our website for full film details, trailers and more.

BELOW (Unclassified 18+) 93min
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.
Screens Friday August 30 at 1pm.

IN MY BLOOD IT RUNS (PG) 84min
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.
Screens Friday August 30 at 7pm.

*FAMILY FRIENDLY SESSION*
H IS FOR HAPPINESS (Unclassified 15+) 93min
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.
Screens Saturday August 31 at 1pm.

MEASURE FOR MEASURE (Unclassified 18+) 103min
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.
Screens Saturday August 31 at 3.30pm.

NO TIME FOR QUIET (Unclassified 15+) 90min
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.
Screens Saturday August 31 at 7pm.
 

Star Cinema
Star Cinema Member: $15
Adults: $17
Conc/Seniors/Under 16: $12
Family: $48
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