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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 thunderous hum from above alerts the men. They rush outside to see an aircraft drop its destruction. As the bomb explodes, the men have already mobilized; they jump into a truck and head directly for the bombed site. In the rising grey dust of chaos, the men in the white helmets are Syriaâ€™s first responders, a civilian group who search for survivors trapped within the rubble.
Michael and Peter Spierig will be returning to Australia next year to film their newest feature, Winchester, with Academy Award Winner, Helen Mirren confirmed as lead.
The 10th annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA) is unrolling the red carpet in Brisbane later this year and Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has announced the International Nominations Council that will be responsible for determining the award nominees.
Winner of the Sundance 2016 Grand Jury Prize for U.S Documentary, Weiner traces Ex-Congressman, Anthony Weinerâ€™s New York City 2013 Mayoral race, which was meant to lead to his redemption, but instead ended in an embarrassing loss after yet another sexting scandal was uncovered.
“There’s going to be some people that are never going to like this movie.”
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.
Fresh out of Griffith Film School, Joshua Ochoa has dived into the short filmmaking scene, having just finished Our Best Selves, heâ€™s wanting to get into the festival circuit.
The Queensland Poetry will be returning for its 20th year packed full of film, performance, panels, music, comedy and of course poetry.
Itâ€™s never too late for a coming of age story. Departing from the common trope, Hello, My Name is Doris, follows sixty-something, Doris who makes a fresh start when she becomes romantically fascinated by John, her newâ€”and much youngerâ€”co-worker.
Offering an illuminating glimpse of the ground-breaking interview that sought to establish Alfred Hitchcock as an auteur, Hitchcock/Truffaut contextualises the career of this famed director and the circumstances that led to this momentous meeting.