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The 12th Annual Byron Bay Film Festival – Day 2

When:
October 13, 2018 @ 11:15 am – 10:00 pm
2018-10-13T11:15:00+11:00
2018-10-13T22:00:00+11:00
Where:
Byron Theatre
69 Jonson Street
Byron Bay NSW 2481
Australia
Cost:
$15 per session | Family Friendly Shorts $10 or Family (2+2) $35

BBFF2018 at Byron Theatre

Day 2 – Saturday 13 October

 

 11.15am – Family Friendly Shorts

This selection of 12 short films and animations provide a fun and lively alternative to traditional children’s entertainment. Your kids will get to meet the filmmakers and experience a Q&A.

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BBFF18 Family Friendly Shorts at Byron Theatre

 

1.00pm – Our Power

Our Power explores the socio-economic and environmental issues facing the Latrobe Valley (Victoria, Australia) community today and their transition to a ‘post-coal’ world.

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BBFF2018 at Byron Theatre - Our Power

 

3.00pm – Own The Sky

What begins as a life-long passion for jetpacks, turns to an obsession, then addiction and finally triumph. Shot over ten years, Own The Sky chronicles David Mayman’s seemingly impossible quest to build and fly the world’s first jetpack around the Statue of Liberty, and the impact his obsession has on his wife and children.

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BBFF2018 at Byron Theatre - Own The Sky

 

5.30pm – Big Wata 

Big Wata (The Ocean) is a documentary about the first and only surf club in Sierra Leone. During the Ebola outbreak the younger members of a West African fishing community discover surfing as their identity and purpose in life. Big Wata is a positive story from Africa. The film shows the diversity and resilience of West Africa, and how a dream can bring light in an otherwise dark time. Universal themes that people from all walks of life can relate to.

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BBFF2018 at Byron Theatre - Big Wata

 

8.00pm – Woman At War

Not a stirring story of a Blitz heroine but a quirky and heroic tale for our times nevertheless, in which Halla, a 50-year-old respectable Icelandic woman leads a double life as a passionate environmental activist. Known as “The Woman of the Mountain”, she wages a secret and effective war on the local aluminium industry, including industrial sabotage.

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BBFF2018 at Byron Theatre - Woman At War

 

 

Tickets: https://www.bbff.com.au/buy-tickets-byron-bay-film-festival/.