Alice Springs locals gathered at Snow Kedda Park to enjoy the NTTFF program as well as a program of local shorts.
Local content featured films from young people living in the Tangentyere Council area and music videos from local artists.
Tennant Creek residents joined NTTFF for this iconic screening under the stars at Barkly Regional Arts.
The evening featured the full NTTFF program, as well as local shorts from the young people living in Tennant Creek area, as well music videos from the Barkly Arts archive.
Nitmiluk National Park
The festival stopped for a screening amongst the natural beauty of Nitmiluk National Park.
Prior to the full NTTFF program we shared a short screening of local shorts from young people living in the Katherine area and music videos from the local community archives.
Jabiru, Kakadu National Park
This screening took place on the lawns of the Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel and featured the NTTFF program, as well as local shorts from the young people living in the Kakadu area and music videos from the community archives.
NTTFF shared a special selection of films from the program at Barunga Festival. An iconic event on the national festival calendar, Barunga Festival boasts a long and proud tradition of celebrating the best of remote Indigenous Australia.
In 2018, Barunga Festival celebrated the 40th anniversary since the presentation of the Barunga Statement to Prime Minister Bob Hawke.
Northern Territory community program
An important feature of the NTTFF program, screenings in Indigenous communities and remote centres across the Northern Territory supported by a community workshop program.