Film reviews, TV shows
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The Japanese Film Festival (JFF) is returning for its 23rd year, with a massive national tour.
Ghostbuster and Blues Brother Dan Aykroyd narrates a new stunning documentary, covering a most serious topic.
‘We have no obligation to make art. We have no obligation to make history. We have no obligation to make a statement. But to make money.’
There is something about European film that can feel so rich and so real when compared to the larger-than-life, box-office-oriented blockbusters that we so often see churned out by the American film industry today.
It is safe to say that film preferences differ from person to person.Film taste is subjective, and even the most beloved films have their negative critics. However, once in a while, a film is made that is so universally beloved, it is hard to come across a criticiser.
This is your last chance to catch a cult classic film at the iconic Lumen Room at Metro Arts Brisbane. The heritage-listed building will be sold in 2020 after almost four decades as a central hub for the artists of Brisbane.
There’s a tonne of truly fantastic film podcasts out there, and this is one of them. The Cinema Australia Podcast is your friendly behind-the-scenes glimpse into the Australian film industry, and the many talented people who populate it.
Do you like movies? Do you like drinking in the yard with your friends?
Have you made a short film recently? Because Brisbane– and the world– wants to see it.