Deckchair Cinema is proud to host the Darwin screening of the Northern Territory Travelling Film Festival (NTTFF) on Saturday 11th May!
NTTFF celebrates and showcases outstanding short film, television and video productions from the NT. The exciting 2019 program captures the stories, culture and landscape of our iconic region and the people that call it home. For more info on the tour and the people behind the films check out www.nttravellingfilmfestival.com. Tickets for Deckchair Cinema and the rest of the tour are ON SALE NOW!
The Northern Territory Travelling Film Festival
A media project to better understand the impact and prevalence of domestic violence in our community created by Barkly Regional Arts and the Tennant Creek Womens' Refuge.
Senior culture man and jungaii for this country Walter Kolbong Rogers tells the story of his life as a dancer and leader of ceremony.
Following the spiritual, legal and economic significance of Ŋambi (stone spear), senior custodian Roy Wuyŋumbi Ashley shares an all-encompassing story of identity, culture and law.
After swimming with his friends in a billabong, a nervous little boy returns to his camp and discovers everything has changed. His family is missing. With his friends, he heads out into the wilderness to find them.
Mickey’s having a tough time being herself.
Ingrid is 89, all alone, and full of regrets until a chance encounter with a wandering musician gives her a new perspective on the life she’s led.
Three Australian teenagers hear a ghost story about their hometown. They decide to test their courage and try to summon the spirit of the ghost.
A young autistic child is implanted with a spectrum app called ‘gadget’ to aid a normal life.
A humorous story about a man struggling in a mad world where oxygen is a commodity and corporate interests rule over human rights.
Science fiction, comedy