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Little Monsters

Little Monsters

I's a strange thing to say that something is deceptively good ...
Producer Majhid Heath on Indigenous Horror Anthology 'Dark Place' Premiere

Producer Majhid Heath on Indigenous Horror Anthology ‘Dark Place’ Premiere

"Five wickedly twisted tales from the next generation of Aboriginal Writer/Directors all looking at the ...
The Dead Don't Die

The Dead Don’t Die

What a waste of everyone’s time. Us, the cast, Jim Jarmusch; everyone except Tilda Swinton ...
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Attention Filmmakers! The Early Bird deadline for the BIFF 2020 Short Film Awards is 22 March. There's no time like the present to make those final edits and submit your short film via FilmFreeway for consideration. We can't wait to see what you've made! Read more about how to enter, eligibility, future deadlines and prizes on our site >> https://biff.com.au/submissions/ 📽️ 🏆 Screen Queensland Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art
Missed it at #BIFFest2019 - the fan-favourite 'Emu Runner' is getting its Australian DVD release on 5 Feb. Let your heart be captured by this remarkable debut film. A misunderstood girl forges a friendship with a wild emu in this inspiring film. https://bit.ly/2RTMwqr
Missed them at BIFF - @QAGOMA’s Australian Cinémathèque has some extra Festival screenings in store for summer. Catch the special FREE screening of the 2019 4K redux of ‘Apocalypse Now: Final Cut’ on Wed 22 Jan, 6pm. Find out more >> https://bit.ly/35vXCXI - Definitely worth getting out of the pool for!
Missed them at BIFF - @QAGOMA’s Australian Cinémathèque has some extra Festival screenings in store for summer. Black and White, 16mm, bewitching comedy-melodrama… Um yes please. Catch the special FREE screening of ‘Bait’ on Fri 17 Jan, 7.45pm. Find out more >> https://bit.ly/35vXCXI
Congratulations to Damon Herriman who last night received his first Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) award in a feature film category, winning Best Lead Actor for #BIFFest2019 Opening Film JUDY & PUNCH. The award marks Herriman’s second consecutive AACTA Award, having received Best Lead Actor in a Television Drama last year. Read more: https://bit.ly/2YjgUxp
Missed it at #BIFFest2019 - Catch this fascinating exploration of the creative process of one of Australia’s leading contemporary artists. Quilty: Painting the Shadows screens tonight on ABC TV + iview Director Catherine Hunter has unprecedented access to @benquilty’s intimate process, following the artist into the personal space of his studio as he completes one of his most challenging art works. An artist with a profound commitment to social activism fuelled by a boundless curiosity about the human condition, Quilty talks extensively about his drive to create: ‘My work is about compassion and empathy but also anger and resistance. Through it I hope to push compassion to the forefront of national debate.’ . . Image: Ben Quilty / Self-portrait after Afghanistan, 2012 / Private collection, Sydney, Courtesy, the artist. . Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art
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