AboutTess Church, Author at The Creative Issue
Every year, the Brisbane Powerhouse hosts numerous free events for guests and art lovers.
Julieta marks AlmodÃ³varâ€™s return to drama since the release of his movie Volver in 2006. Julieta is based on three short stories from Alice Munroâ€™s 2004 collection titled Runaways. The stories â€œChanceâ€, â€œSoonâ€ and â€œSilenceâ€ all encapsulate the mother-daughter dynamic and the pain of lost love. AlmodÃ³var has compressed these themes in this brilliant new drama.
The Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA) were established in 2007 with their headquarters being situated right here in Brisbane. This international cultural program is supported by the Brisbane City Council and is endorsed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and the International Federation of Film Producers Associations.
The Japanese Film Festival was founded in 1997 by the Japan Foundation, Sydney. Back then, there was only a screening of three films – Today, it’s the largest Japanese film festival in the world. Over the years, the festival has …
October is almost here and you know what that means? Time to cook some popcorn, find a blanket to hide under and grab your friends because Halloween is just around the corner! The Open Air Cinema located in South Bankâ€™s …
The Brisbane Festival is renowned for encouraging cultural depth and exploration and has certainly continued this trend with their presentation of Snow White at the Roundhouse Theatre. In partnership with La Boite and Opera Queensland, this production isnâ€™t your regular …
Another year, another writers festival returns with events for children, teens and adults alike. The Brisbane Writers Festival will host events around the city between the 7th â€“ 11th of September, engaging our minds and sprinkling the city with boundless creativity.
Early this September, for the first time ever, the Alliance FranÃ§aise Classic Film Festival will be held at the Palace BarracksÂ Cinemas in Brisbane City. The festival debuted in Sydney last year and was an instant hit. This year the Festival will screen nationally in 5 cities including Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane and Perth.
The Queensland Poetry will be returning for its 20th year packed full of film, performance, panels, music, comedy and of course poetry.