Philippe Garrel’s JEALOUSY is an ambitious film, however, it fails at presenting a captivating trajectory or characters deserving empathy, finding itself sustained by the evocative cinematography of Willy Kurant.
Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani’s second feature is a magnificent, colourful celebration of the giallo tradition that manages to both pay homage to the greats and transcend the genre entirely.
A rumination on the death of practice, Siebren de Haan and Lonnie van Brummelen’s documentary is a meditative exploration of the Urkish fishing community in decline, which is employed as a metaphor for the death of celluloid.
Ramon Zürcher’s debut feature is a cleverly constructed and wonderfully shot examination of the underlying complexity in everyday life.
Peter Blackburn’s debut feature is a tense look at the methodical practice of a woman suffering from an extreme form of OCD, shot expertly in a single take.
Queensland Film Festival has announced their inaugural program, featuring festival favourites from the last few years and the world premiere of a striking Australian feature.
David Stratton and Jason Di Rosso have placed their support behind a new film festival in Queensland designed to cater to arthouse audiences.