GREAT STORIES TOGETHER

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

FILMS BY THEMES 2019 PROGRAM

WORLD OF CHANGE

TasmaNet has been helping Tasmanians connect to the world, protect data, and adopt innovative ICT since 2004. As a proudly local business, they’re at the forefront of a wave of islanders competing on the world stage with cutting-edge homegrown tech expertise. Who better to bring you these fascinating films on changes in the way we live, look for solutions to problems, bring up our kids, and deal with global issues.

DOCUMENTARY

OF FATHERS AND SONS

HOBART | SATURDAY 11 MAY | 12:30PM
LAUNCESTON | FRIDAY 17 MAY | 10AM

Winner of the special Documentary prize at the Munich Film Festival, as well as the Jury Award at Sundance, this amazing, immersive film, provides us with an insight into an issue that is so resonant world-wide today.

DOCUMENTARY

ISLAND OF THE HUNGRY GHOSTS

HOBART | SUNDAY 12 MAY | 3:15PM
LAUNCESTON | SUNDAY 19 MAY | 10AM

Winner of the Best Documentary at both the Adelaide Film Festival and Tribeca Film Festival, this remarkable film explores Christmas Island, an Australian territory in the Indian Ocean.

DOCUMENTARY

SOUFRA

LAUNCESTON | SATURDAY 18 MAY | 10AM

Executive produced by Susan Sarandon, this revealing documentary is about the oldest existing refugee camp south of Beirut, established in 1948 housing Palestinian refugees.

DOCUMENTARY

INVENTING TOMORROW

LAUNCESTON | SUNDAY 19 MAY | 2PM

Premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, and winner of Best Documentary at the Seattle International Film Festival, this film follows the scientific experimentation performed by 4 teenagers from 4 different countries.

DOCUMENTARY

THREE IDENTICAL STRANGERS

LAUNCESTON | SUNDAY 19 MAY | 2:30PM

This amazing, much acclaimed and multi-award-winning documentary at Sundance, begins with the story of a man who discovers in 1980 that he has a twin brother. As he relates his story, he then discovers that there is actually a third brother.