The Travelling Film Festival is on its way back to Wagga with a reel of inspiring feature films from across the globe.
Comedy, tragedy, love and thrills will become intertwined through six films and one documentary coming direct from the Sydney Film Festival to Forum 6 Cinemas.
Festival manager Sanam Rodrigues said this year's lineup was an exciting one.
"There are so many things happening this year with some amazing performances and beautiful stories from all around the world," she said.
"We're really lucky to have so many quality films that are particularly suited for a whole family to come and watch because they all have so much depth to them."
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The premiere film by Australian filmmaker Ben Lawrence, Hearts and Bones, features Hugo Weaving to follow the story of a war photographer and a refugee discover a photograph that threatens to destroy them both.
International films include the Spanish Oscar nominee and winner of several Goya Awards, Pain and Glory, as well as French drama The Truth, Ritesh Batra's Photograph, which Miss Rodrigues describes as "an ode to Indian films of the 40s and 50s", and documentary Honeyland.
"I have a love for Honeyland, so if you were to only see one film at the festival I would suggerst that - it is an absolutely amazing documentary," Miss Rodrigues said.
The festival will also local premiere of the audience favourite, The Farewell, followed by the closing screening of Portrait of a Lady in Fire, which won Best Screenplay at Cannes.
The festival will be held from March 6-8, with online ticket sales closing March 5 and individual screening tickets available on the day.