TASMANIA’S INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Great stories, inspiring ideas, food and wine, conversations... and fun

 

TASMANIA’S INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Great stories, inspiring ideas, food and wine, conversations... and fun

 

TASMANIA’S INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Great stories, inspiring ideas, food and wine, conversations... and fun

 

TASMANIA’S INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Great stories, inspiring ideas, food and wine, conversations... and fun

 

TASMANIA’S INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Great stories, inspiring ideas, food and wine, conversations... and fun

 

TASMANIA’S INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Great stories, inspiring ideas, food and wine, conversations... and fun

 

TASMANIA’S INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Great stories, inspiring ideas, food and wine, conversations... and fun

GREAT STORIES TOGETHER

HOBART FRI 10- SUN 12 MAY 2019 | LAUNCESTON THURS 16 - SUN 19 MAY 2019

WHAT MAKES BOFA SPECIAL AND UNIQUE?

It’s a celebration of extraordinary films from around the world, telling stories that matter, that bring us together to discuss and share, to laugh and cry. Films that inspire us to take action. BOFA is intimate and approachable. Chances are you’ll get to meet any film makers attending and make new friends over a local beer or a glass of Tasmania’s finest wines. And you’ll have fun at red carpet screenings and parties every night; at the Day on the Kingsway food and wine festival; at the art and photography exhibition; and at popup screenings of classics in quirky settings!

2019 PROGRAM

What’s planned for 2019 and what happened in 2018

GREAT DEALS

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SEE AND DO

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WHAT OUR FILM LOVERS AND FILM MAKERS HAD TO SAY

Having attended many international film festivals, I suggest that BOFA is one of the best small film festivals in the world. This year's diverse and fascinating selection of international films, plus the retrospective of an Australian classic, The Tale of Ruby Rose, were presented as part of a seamlessly organised program with absolutely first-class screening facilities at Village Cinemas, Launceston. Themed ancillary programs and workshops, curated by the most friendly and efficient hosts on the planet, with fine food and wine at every turn, reflect the world class professionalism of the entire festival.

Martin SimpsonDirector, Indigo Lake
Programme

FILMS BY DAY 2019

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FILMS BY THEME 2019

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