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Review – Bones and All

Director Luca Guadagnino is one of the most prolific and cinephile-attracting filmmakers working today. His ability to manipulate any genre to facilitate his ambitious...

BIFF 2022 Review – Close

Belgian writer and director Lukas Dhont made waves at the Cannes Film Festival in 2018, when his debut feature film, Girl, an intimate and...

BIFF 2022 Review – The Banshees of Inisherin

In 2008, the cinematic world was introduced to Martin McDonagh, an already established Irish playwright, through his feature film debut, In Bruges, the darkly...

Interview – Director Luisa Martiri on her award winning short film, The Moths Will Eat Them Up

Dynamic female filmmaking duo Tanya Modini (Writer, Co-director) and Luisa Martiri (Co-Director/Producer) are on the ride of their careers with their short film The...

‘Tar’, ‘The Banshees of Inisherin’ and ‘Seriously Red’ headlining at this year’s Brisbane International Film Festival!

Running for 11 days, across 7 wonderful venues and hosting 120 films, the Brisbane International Film Festival (BIFF 2022) is less than a week...

New Farm Queer Film Festival kicks off October 20!

Kicking off on October 20th, the inaugural New Farm Queer Film Festival takes over New Farm Cinemas in Brisbane, Australia with a fantastic line...
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