Watch the new Good Time Trailer – in Cinemas October 12!
With an award-winning score by ONEOHTRIX POINT NEVER and breakout performances from Pattinson and Ben Safdie as Connie’s brother Nick, GOOD TIME recalls the grit and urgency of ‘70s New Hollywood films such as Taxi Driver, Mean Streets and Dog Day Afternoon. GOOD TIME also stars JENNIFER JASON LEIGH.
GOOD TIME is anchored by a magnificent lead performance by ROBERT PATTINSON. As the city conspires against him, Pattinson’s breathless portrayal of Connie’s mounting desperation drives the ...
Watch the new IT “Face Your Fears” Featurette – in Cinemas this Week!
The featurette takes the viewer on an emotional and terrifying journey of the story using film footage and behind the scenes. Filmmakers, the cast, and Steven King speak to the fears that the story taps into and how the kids find the strength in being together as they realize the fate of the cursed town in which they live in.
For as long as their town has existed, Derry has been the entity’s hunting ground, emerging from the sewers every 27 years to feed on the terrors of its chosen ...
Watch the Official Trailer for Suburbicon – In Cinemas November 2!
But the tranquil surface masks a disturbing reality, as husband and father Gardner Lodge must navigate the town's dark underbelly of betrayal, deceit and violence.
This is a tale of very flawed people making very bad choices. This is Suburbicon.
SUBURBICON is directed by George Clooney and stars Matt Damon, Julianne Moore, Noah Jupe and Oscar Issac.
SUBURBICON releases in Australian cinemas on November 2, 2017.
Watch the Official Trailer for The Disaster Artist – In Cinemas November 30!
WithTHE DISASTER ARTIST, James Franco transforms the tragicomic true-story of aspiring filmmaker and infamous Hollywood outsider Tommy Wiseau—an artist whose passion was as sincere as his methods were questionable—into a celebration of friendship, artistic expression, and dreams pursued against insurmountable odds.
THE DISASTER ARTIST is directed by James Franco and stars James Franco, Dave Franco, Seth Rogen, Josh Hutcherson, Zac Efron, Hannibal Buress, ...
World Premiere of Broken Ghost at BIFF!
On the face of it, they’re just another family moving to the wide open spaces of the Big Sky Country for a tree change.
But for teenage Imogen Day (Autry Hayden-Wilson) and her parents Samantha (Scottie Thompson) and Will (Nick Farnell), the move to Montana is an escape from quite a unique kind of bullying. Desperate to make a new life for herself, Imogen must overcome new tormentors, old secrets, and a strange presence in the attic in this coming-of-age tale, wrapped in a ghost story. ...
Special Screening of Life is a Very Strange Thing at BIFF!
Shot over two years mainly in France but also in Cambodia and Australia, life is a very strange thing is full of warmth and tenderness that involves the audience in the shared joy, worry and uncertainty facing Frédéric, his family and his friends in modern France. We observe the activities and eccentricities of the intelligent storyteller and avid collector Frédéric, who has lived his life deeply and with conviction, as he shows us the Paris and Bordeaux that he loves.
Award Winning Ali’s Wedding Screening at BIFF!
Charismatic Aussie actor Osamah Sami stars in an AWGIE Award-winning adaptation of his stranger-than-fiction true life story.
Ali (Sami) is an Iraqi in Melbourne, the second son of a top Muslim cleric (Don Hany) who fled war-torn Iraq by way of Iran to come to Australia. As the son of the leader of a mosque, Ali has big expectations on his shoulders – none of which he feels like living up to. He doesn’t have the grades to get into medical school, but he lies about it to his whole ...
The Way Station Australian Premiere at BIFF!
“The Way Station: Haunting, Seductive, Violent, and Intense!” – Saostar
Sumptuously lensed by multi-awarded veteran director of photography Ly Thai Dzung, The Way Station is director Hong Anh’s 10-year passion project and debut feature. Hong Anh is highly influenced by Hong Kong director Wong Kar-Wai and is one of Vietnam’s most popular faces and leading actresses with a 20-year career that includes winning the Golden Lotus Award for Best Leading Actress three years consecuti...
Namatjira Project Special Event at BIFF!
“The Namatjira Project … might just be as significant a bridge between blackfella and whitefella as the now fading memory of the march across the coathanger, or even the apology.”
From the trackless Australian desert to the gates of Buckingham Palace, the Namatjira family have struggled for decades to see justice done. Albert Namatjira was a man caught between two worlds. He was paraded as a great Australian, but treated with contempt.
He was the first Indigenous ...
In This Corner of the World Queensland Debut at BIFF!
Based on the manga by Fumiyo Kouno, this heartwarming, sweet and uplifting coming-of-age tale by Sunao Katabuchi (Mai Mai Miracle) took out the Animation of the Year award at this year’s Japan Academy Prize.
It’s 1944, and as the Second World War marches ponderously towards its inevitable end far overseas, 18-year-old Suzu moves to the port town of Kure, near the city of Hiroshima, to marry a man she has never met. Suzu is wed to a young clerk from the local naval base and moves in ...