QUT abstract exhibition

If you’re looking for something different to do in your lunch break then head down to the QUT Art Museum, Gardens Point precinct. Abstraction, toured by the National Gallery of Australia, covers the dynamic course of abstract art in Australia from its emergence, right through to contemporary practice. Early works include cubist inspired paintings by…

Elle Fanning in Mary Shelley – coming this July

Directed by Haifa al-Mansour, this movie is a beautifully rendered drama about the life of English author Mary Shelley (Elle Fanning). The film is hugely successful in teasing out the struggles, inconsistencies and inequities that she endured to publish Frankenstein or The Modern Prometheus, one of the most revealing gothic novels about the modern world in…

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La Fille mal gardée by Queensland Ballet

Queensland Ballet delighted Brisbane with a light-hearted and funny mid-season performance La Fille mal gardée. The ballet company chose an amusing story line about a love triangle set in the exquisite French country side in the 1950s, Choreographed beautifully by Marc Ribaud.  The Widow Simone, mother of a beautiful young woman, prepares to marry away…

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Paris Can Wait

If you are in the mood for a light hearted romantic comedy filled with delightful French scenery, then this is the movie for you! Dreamy shots of French country side, fine wines and gourmet French delicacies are in store as Anne (Diane Laine) is whisked away on a road trip from the Cote d’Azur to…

Revolutionary horror film Get Out

Get Out is a revolutionary horror-edy film that’s extremely socially and racially poignant. The spine chiller begins when African-American boyfriend Chris travels to meet his girlfriend Rose’s parents for the first time. They spend the weekend with her neurosurgeon father and psychiatrist mother in their affluent rural town, but Chris is nervous about how they…

Spanish Film Festival

Get ready for the 20th annual Spanish Film Festival

It’s that time of year again when Brisbanites get a taste of true international culture with the 20th annual Spanish Film Festival. Exclusively at Palace Cinemas, the Spanish Film Festival is excited to announce a sneak peek of it’s 2017 program. The festival will kick off with the sexy and daring Spanish box office hit Kiki, Love to…