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  • Design by Madedesign printing and graphicdesign

  • 2010

  • THE EDGE, STATE LIBRARY OF QUEENSLAND23 Stanley Street, South Brisbane

    Bus Brisbane Transport, Logan City Bus Service, Mount Gravatt Bus Service and Veolia Transport service the Culture Centre busway station.Train South Brisbane station, Grey Street, is the nearest QR Citytrain station.Ferry South Bank is the nearest BCC ferry terminal.

    JMC ACADEMY75 Grey Street, South Brisbane

    Bus Brisbane Transport, Logan City Bus Service, Mount Gravatt Bus Service and Veolia Transport service the Culture Centre busway station.Train South Brisbane station, Grey Street, is the nearest QR Citytrain station.Ferry South Bank is the nearest BCC ferry terminal.

    The Tivol 52 Costin Street, Fortitude Valley

    *All venues are wheelchair accessibleexcept for Tribal Theatre.

  • Getting ThereVenue Information

    AUSTRALIAN CINMATHQUE, GALLERY

    OF MODERN ART (GoMA) Stanley Place, South

    BankVenue Information

    Bus Brisbane Transport, Logan City Bus Service, Mount Gravatt Bus Service and Veolia Transport service the Culture Centre busway station.Train South Brisbane station, Grey Street, is the nearest QR Citytrain station.Ferry South

    Bank is the nearest BCC ferry terminal.

    TRIBAL THEATRE346 George Street, Brisbane

    Bus Brisbane Transport, Logan City Bus Service, Mount Gravatt Bus Service and Veolia Transport service the King George Square busway station.Train Central

    station is the nearest QR Citytrain station.No Wheelchair Access Available

    GRIFFITH FILM SCHOOLCorner Grey and Vulture

    Streets, South Bank

    Bus Brisbane Transport, Logan City Bus Service, Mount Gravatt Bus Service and Veolia Transport service the Culture Centre busway station.Train South Brisbane station, Grey Street, is the nearest QR Citytrain station.Ferry South

    Bank is the nearest BCC ferry terminal.

  • EventsThe St.George Bank BIFF is one of the most exciting events on the Brisbane social calendar.Opening Night kicks off on Thurs-day 4 November. It will see Brisbane film lovers and socialites attend the Opening Night movie and spectacular after-party. Guests will experience the glitz and glamour as they walk the red carpet and rub shoulders with film fans, celebrities and festival guests. Past Opening Night guests have included David Stratton, George Miller, Geoffrey Rush, Toni Collette, Jack Thompson and Carey Mulligan.Other exciting festival events include Gala and Showcase screenings.

    Brisbane international Film Festival 2010 / Page 3

  • ENTRIES NOW OPEN FOR QUEENSLAND SHORT FILM COMPETITION (QSFC)!

    The annual QSFCwill once gaain be held in conjunction with St. George Bank BIFF. This year QSFC will award three major prizes:- The Kinetone Award for Best Short Film - cash prize $2 500- Audience Favourite Award - cash prize $2 500- Chauvel Award for best new project pitch and short film - prize awarded is a$15 000 developmentinvest-ment from Screen Queensland

    Entries close Monday 20 Sep-tember 2010.

    FINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR THE 24TH WARNER ROADSHOW STUDIOS QUEENSLANDNEW FILMMAKERS AWARDS

    The quality of films submitted for the 24th Warner Roadshow Studios Queensland New Filmmakers Awards (QNFA) suggests that the future of the Queensland film industry is in very safe hands, Screen Queensland CEO, Maureen Bar-ron said today while announc-

    Brisbane international Film Festival 2010 / Page 4

  • Brisbane international Film Festival 2010 / Page 13

    decide to separate. A dark comedy featuring the hallmarks of a Campion film, Sweetie is an unusual yet strangely familiar observation of Australian family life. screened Cannes Film Festival (in competition) 1989, Toronto Film Festival 1989, New York Film Festival 1989, Toronto International Film Festival 2008content advice Occasional nudity, Adult themes, Occasional coarse languagecurriculum links English, Film, Television and New Media, DramaTHU 5 AUGUST, Cinema B, GoMA, 12.20PM

    STELLA 15+language Frenchdirector Sylvie VerheydeFrance/2008/103 minsThe path to adulthood is com-plicated for the street smart

    yet friendly Stella. She appears more at home in her parents bar entertaining the customers than at school with children her own age. However, the bohemian lifestyle chosen by her parents may not be all that it is cracked up to be. When Stella meets Gladys, a middle-class girl with a love of the arts and learning, she is offered an alternative and, perhaps, more promising future. Stella is a sensitive, memorable, and semi-autobiographical por-trayal of growing up in Paris in the 1970s. WED 28 JULY, Cinema A, GoMA, 12.15PM , THU 29 JULY, Cinema A, GoMA, 10.15AM

  • Brisbane international Film Festival 2010 / Page12

    12.20PM , WED 4 AUGUST, Cinema B, GoMA, 12.20PM

    SWEETIE (M) 15+language Englishdirector Jane CampionAustralia/1989/97 minsFILMMAKER IN ATTENDANCE! SEE GERARD LEE (CO-WRITER) PRESENTTHE FILM AND PARTICIPATE IN A SPECIAL QUESTION AND ANSWER SESSION AFTERWARDS! Madness in suburbia lies at the heart of Campions debut feature. Kay has a fear of trees and works in a factory with her reasonably well adjusted, if a little frustrated, boyfriend Louis. When Kays boisterous and unstable sister Sweetie decides to move in, Kays relationship is placed under further stress. As Sweetie desperately hangs on to her dream of working in show business, their parents

    Ahmet and his younger sister, Ayse, live with their ageing grandfather in a rural part of Turkey. Following the death of their mother, Ahmets father is living with a new partner, leaving the two children to fend for themselves. Ahmet is required to be a parent, provider, and pillar of strength for Ayse, who believes that there is a bogey man living in the walls of their house. The real danger for the children is the threat of being separated and sent to an orphanage. Based on a true story,Mommo is a beautiful and contemplative depiction of compassion and the precious love between a brother and sister. screened Berlin International Film Festival 2009, Istanbul Film Festival 2009, BUSTER Copenhagen International Film Festival for Children and Youth 2009 and nominated for the Asia Pacific Screen Awards content advice Mild themes curriculum links The ArtsTHU 29 JULY, Cinema B, GoMA,

  • ing the 2010 finalists.

    BIFF OPEN FOR ENTRIES!St.George Bank BIFF is now accepting film entries! Submit via the downloadable form or through Withoutabox.DOWNLOAD BIFF ENTRY FORMEntries close 16 July 2010. Get your entries in now!

    2010 DATES ANNOUNCED !Be sure to mark these dates on your calendar!St.George Bank Brisbane Inter-national Film Festival will be presented from 4 - 14 Novem-

    ber 2010Entries for BIFF film submis-sions will open in mid-April. Information will be available here, please check back.While still part of the festival, TransLink Cine Sparks and the Warner Roadshow Studios Queensland New Filmmak-ers Awards will be presented from 28 July - 6 August as stand-alone events focusing on young and emerging filmmak-ers.St.George Bank BIFF in the Burbs will bring a taste of BIFF to Brisbane suburbs acting as an appetiser to the main course in November.We look forward to seeing you at the festival this year!

    Brisbane international Film Festival 2010 / Page 5

  • Classes and EventsGALA SCREENING - DEAR LEMON LIMAMASTERCLASSES24th WARNER ROADSHOW STUDIOS QUEENSLAND NEWS FILMMAKERS AWARDSGALA SCREENINGDEAR LEMON LIMASEE THE FILM & MEET THE FILMMAKER!

    For students aged between 15 and 18. Interactive and hands-on Masterclasses provide young people with an insight into the moving-image industry. A rare opportunity to learn from experts about film production and animation while getting a taste of film education at a tertiary level. Each class includes theoretical and practical components.Book early - numbers are strictly limited to ensure good facilitator-to-student ratios!

    PRODUCTION SERIESPresented by Griffith Film School$30 per class / $100 for the seriesTHE CAMERAA hands-on overview of camera operation, addressing technical and artistic elements of cinematography as students experiment with cameras. Shot decisions and terminology will also be discussed.THU 29 JULY, 6.30PM-9.30PM - GRIFFITH FILM SCHOOL, SOUTH BANK

    SOUND PRODUCTIONSound in film is an integral part of storytelling. Production circumstances and associated issues will be addressed as students learn how to operate

    Brisbane international Film Festival 2010 / Page 6

  • Brisbane international Film Festival 2010 / Page 11

    Brief mild threatening scene; Very infrequent mild coarse languagecurriculum links French, The Arts, SOSEFRI 30 JULY, Cinema A, GoMA, 10.15AM , WED 4 AUGUST, Cinema A, GoMA, 10.15AM

    MAI MAI MIRACLE 9+language Japanesedirector Sunao KatabuchiJapan/2009/93 minsLiving in rural Japan in 1955, Shinko is an adventurous nine-year-old with a vivid imagination and a love of history.She spends her time running through the fields and pondering what it would be like to live in her village when it was the centre of imperial rule one thousand years ago. When the shy Kiiko moves into the area from the hustle and bustle of Tokyo, Shinto introduces

    her to new friends, rural life, and the power of imagination. Writer/directorKatabuchis apprenticeship with Hayao Miyazaki is clearly visible in this debut feature film, which will delight young and grown up anime enthusiasts alike.screened Pusan International Film Festival 2009, Locarno International Film Festival 2009, New York International Childrens Film Festival 2010content advice Mild themescurriculum links Japanese, The Arts, SOSEFRI 30 JULY, Cinema A, GoMA, 12.15PM , MON 2 AUGUST, Cinema A, GoMA, 10.15AM

    MOMMO 10+language Turkishdirector Atalay TasdikenTurkey/2009/94 mins

  • Familyfilm FiestaSat 31 July - Sun 1 August Presented by Brisbane City Council

    PONYO (G)Gather the family, a picnic rug, and enjoy an evening of cinema under the stars.Academy-Award winning Di-rector Hayao Miyazaki, directs Ponyo, a charming animation for the whole family to enjoy. Five-year-old Sosuke lives high on a cliff by the sea. One morn-ing while playing on the rocky beach below his house, he discovers a goldfish named Po-nyo, her head stuck in a jam jar. Sosuke rescues her and keeps her in a green plastic pail.What follows is an exciting tale of friendship and adventure for the young and young at heart.Features outstanding voice tal-

    ent from Cate Blanchett, Matt Damon, Liam Neeson, Tina Fey and more!SAT 31 JULY, 6:30PM - KING GEORGE SQUARE - FREE ADMIS-SION

    Brisbane international Film Festival 2010 / Page 8

    MAI MAI MIRACLE 9+language Japanesedirector Sunao Katabuchi Ja-pan/2009/93 minsLiving in rural Japan in 1955, Shinko is an adventurous nine-year-old with a vivid imagination and a love of history. She spends her time running through the fields and pondering what it would be like to live in her village when it was the centre of imperial rule

  • MIA AND THE MIGOO 8+language Frenchdirector Jacques-Remy GirerdFrance, Italy/2008/91 minsPedro, a poor construction

    labourer, is buried in a landslide while he is working on a luxury resort in an environmentally sensitive area. Far away in France,his daughter Mia senses that something is amiss and decides to cross dangerous terrain to be with her father,As Mia enters a mysterious,forest, she meets the Migoo, who are caretakers of a very special tree. Together with her new friends, Mia must work to saveher father and the forest fromdestruction. A visuallyimaginative animation depicting environmental themes relevant to our times.screened BUSTER Copenhagen International Film Festival forChildren and Youth 2009, London Film Festival 2008, Toronto International Film Festival 2008 content advice Brief mild threatening scene; Very infrequent mild coarse languageSUN 1 AUGUST, Cinema B, GoMA, 1.00PM

    Brisbane international Film Festival 2010 / Page 9

    one thousand years ago. When the shy Kiiko moves into the area from the hustle and bustle of Tokyo, Shinto introduces herto new friends, rural life, and the power of imagination.Writer/director Katabuchis apprenticeship with Hayao Miyazaki is clearly visible in this debut feature film, which will delight young and grown-up anime enthusiasts alike.screened Pusan International Film Festival 2009, Locarno International Film Festival 2009, New York International Childrens Film Festival 2010content advice Mild themesSUN 1 AUGUST, Cinema B, GoMA, 3.00PM

  • Brisbane international Film Festival 2010 / Page 10

    School Groups - free admission, bookings required. A deposit of $110 per screening is required. $100 refundable. $10 non-refundable booking fee. During the festival, TransLink is offering school groups free return travel between your nearest train station and TransLink Cine Sparks venue. For timetable information visit http://www.translink.com.au/ or call13 12 30.

    Film SchoolsProgramme Go!

    SCHOOLS PROGRAMMEAll screenings in English, or with English language subtitles.

    MIA AND THE MIGOO 8+language Frenchdirector Jacques-Remy GirerdFrance, Italy/2008/91 minsPedro, a poor construction labourer, is buried in a landslide while he is working on a luxury resort in an environmentally sensitive area. Far away in France, his daughter Mia senses that something is

    amiss and decides to cross dangerous terrain to be with her father. As Mia enters a mysterious forest, she meets the Migoo, who are caretakers of a very special tree. Together with her new friends, Mia must work to save her father and the forest from destruction. A visually imaginative animation depicting environmental themes relevant to our times.screened BUSTER Copenhagen International Film Festival for Children and Youth 2009, London Film Festival 2008, Toronto International Film Festival 2008content advice

  • Brisbane international Film Festival 2010 / Page 7

    Presented by Screen Queensland, the Warner Roadshow Studios Queensland New Film-makers Awards (QNFA) is the largest industry sponsored new filmmaker competition in the country. These awards recognise emerging film talent in Queensland and are open to secondary students, Tertiary and independent filmmakers under 30.

    microphones and recording equipment in order to capture quality audio.MON 2 AUGUST, 6.30PM -9.30PM - GRIFFITH FILM SCHOOL, SOUTH BANKmicrophones and recording equipment in order to capture quality audio.MON 2 AUGUST, 6.30PM -9.30PM - GRIFFITH FILM SCHOOL, SOUTH BANK

    LIGHTING FOR CAMERAAn interactive workshop in which various genres and styles of lighting for camera will be outlined, along with tips and tricks for creating good cinematic lighting. Health and safety and practical considera-tions for setting up the shoot will also be explored.FRI 30 JULY, 6.30PM -9.30PM - GRIFFITH FILM SCHOOL, SOUTH BANKEDITINGCreating form, shape, and rhythm in film through editing is the focus of this workshop. Students will look at timing, story arc, continuity, effects,

    titling, and transitions as they use Final Cut Pro software to put the cinematic jigsaw together.TUE 3 AUGUST, 6.30PM-9.30PM - GRIFFITH FILM SCHOOL, SOUTH BANk

    24th WARNER ROADSHOWSTUDIOS QUEENSLAND NEW FILMMAKERS AWARDS