Delfín - Festival Closing Night
Life isn’t easy for 11-year-old Delfín, who lives alone with his father in the muddy outskirts of a provincial town in Argentina.
The film takes place over the course of a week as Delfín’s daily routine of rising early to work, falling asleep in class and fending off the rent collector is disrupted by the discovery that a Children's Orchestra is being formed in the neighbouring village. Delfín was taught the play the French horn by his elderly music teacher, and he will do anything to show up for the audition. Thus begins an adventure for Delfín and his father, and by the end of the week, the two make an important decision in an attempt to change the course of their lives.
Cannes Écrans Juniors Competition 2019
Join us before the screening from 6:45pm for a drink on arrival and live performance by ‘Canto Libre’, a group of young musicians whose coming together was a result of the strong Latin community that currently exists in the South-west of Sydney
*ticket price includes performance, drink on arrival and film.