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After inaugurating in 2018, Belong Short Film Festival is on again in 2020, with a great selection of diverse and evolving Australian cinema.
One of Brisbane’s queer calendar highlights is back in 2020, presenting a huge selection of queer cinema to attract Brisbane’s LGBTQ community, allies, and cinephiles alike.
Have you ever wondered what a Shakespeare adaptation set in Australia would look like? Then look no further.
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.
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.
Ever wondered what it was like back in 1959 Sydney? In the midst of European migration and the rise of women libration? Look no further than the movie adaptation of Madeleine St John’s novel The Women in Black, originally published in 1993.
This month, Australia has announced an increase in the location tax offset for filmmakers. Originally 16.5%, the tax offset has nearly doubled, allowing productions to claim up to 30% with the new policy. The increase in the tax offset will encourage more overseas productions to film in Australia, but what does that mean for Australian filmmakers?
Comedy is not a word generally associated with one of the worst tyrants the worlds ever seen, but The Death of Stalin manages to do just that.
Straight out of France, Monsiuer Chocolat is an enthralling yet tragic story about the highs and lows of circus fame.
Oh, Audrey. The epitome of class and style. Known for her iconic role in Breakfast at Tiffanyâ€™s, Audrey Hepburn is loved and admired around the world. But like Holly Golightly, too often her adoring fans see the surface and miss the depth of character.