NFSA’s Big Screen brings Australian delights to WA’s stunning North West

The National Film and Sound Archive’s travelling film festival, Big Screen – which brings films to audiences across regional and rural Australia – will be screening some Australian delights for residents in and around Western Australia’s stunning north west.

Kicking things off in Kununarru on September 12, at the town’s Kununurra Picture Gardens will be WA director Zak Hilditch’s These Final Hours followed by Craig Monahan’s Healing and David Michôd’s The Rover on the Saturday.

Broome’s festival will launch on September 19 with a screening of Kriv Stender’s family favourite Red Dog at 6.30pm followed by These Final Hours at 8.30pm. On the Saturday you can catch Jennifer Kent’s The Babadook – which received Cinema Australia’s first 5 star review for 2014 – and then The Rover on the Sunday.

To find out more about the festival, including times and ticket information, click here.

RELATED ARTICLES ON CINEMA AUSTRALIA

Review: These Final Hours
Interview: David Michôd
Review: The Rover
Review: The Babadook
Interview: Jennifer Kent

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