Still So Much to See
We’re halfway through and saving some of the best until last. Here are our day seven highlights:
Brace yourself for the new Era! Anthropocene: The Human Epoch, 2018, is a spectacular documentary on the urgent environmental concerns brought about by the devastating transformation of the earth during the ‘age of man’.
A town searches its soul and contemplates the future, as strange visitors start to appear. In this atmospheric portrait of a small Québécois community rocked by the death of a young man.
On the sun-drenched streets of Barcelona, a casual hook-up between two strangers shapes into an erotic, non-linear tale in this intriguing, distinctly adult film on romantic relationships.
Slip on your best nude court-shoes and grab your ticket to the Pan-Pacs for one more spin around the dance floor! Baz Luhrmann and Catherine Martin’s stylish first feature Strictly Ballroom 1992, is back to dazzle audiences once more.
DYK, in Mexico City 45 public ambulances serve a population of over 9 million people, giving rise to a shadow industry of private operators. Catch a glimpse of the gritty reality of a father and two teen sons who operate one of these private ambulance services.
Step behind the curtain for a rare inside look at Brisbane’s world-class Lisa Gasteen National Opera School as it prepares a production of Carmen with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra in Love Opera, 2019.