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SHORT FILM COMPETITION <BR> Tasmania’s Parks <BR> A Place to Connect

SHORT FILM COMPETITION
Tasmania’s Parks
A Place to Connect

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Recent News

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Bay of Fires Winter Arts Festival

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Another BOFA Regional Film Festival… Once again BOFA will partner with the Bay of Fires Winter Arts Festival and White Sands Estate to run BOFA@the Beach on the Queen’s Birthday…

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BOFA Directors in Poland

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Festival Director Owen Tilbury and Program Director Helen Tilbury are currently in Poland for the Krakow Film Festival . Krakow Film Festival is one of the oldest events in Europe…

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Star Theatre Revival

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Exciting news that Launceston’s first suburban cinema, the Star Theatre in Invermay, is to be reborn as a cinema. The Star Theatre opened its doors in 1937, but suffered a…

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BOFA@The Barrel Room Is Back

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There will be another winter season of the popular BOFA@the Barrel Room at St John’s Craft Beer in St John Street. Six films will be shown, every Sunday from July…

BOFA 2015's many different themes - FAMILY BOFA, IDEAS BOFA, FOODIE BOFA and more - meant the question was: “What’s Your BOFA?”. With five Tasmanian features (including 3 world premieres), outcome focused Action Sessions and short films at every screening the audiences laughed, cried and packed the Festival Lounge to chat. Roll on BOFA 2016!

Owen TilburyFestival Director

BOFA - as a community asset, a vehicle for change and as a major attraction - is one of the smarter events currently occurring in our community.

Tony Newport, Newport and Wildman

Festival By The Numbers

22
Feature Films
20
Documentaries
12
Action Sessions and Events
56
Short Films

So Much To See And So Close

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A FEW BLOCKS AWAY

A FEW BLOCKS AWAY

HALF AN HOURS DRIVE AWAY

HALF AN HOURS DRIVE AWAY

A FEW HOURS AWAY

A FEW HOURS AWAY

Government Partners

The Tasmanian Breath of Fresh Air Film Festival is supported by the Tasmanian Government through Events Tasmania and assisted by Screen Tasmania.
Federal Government assistance is provided by Screen Australia.

2016 Partners

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