Palace Barracks Cinemas

  • Phone: (07) 3367 1954
  • Address:
    Palace Barracks Cinemas
    61 Petrie Terrace
    Brisbane City, Brisbane, QLD 4000
  • Rating:
    8/10

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Featuring its own Espresso Bar, cinema patrons can expect more than just a cinema. Guests can indulge with an authentic Lavazza coffee by professional baristas and enjoy a selection of Paninis, tapas and cakes. Palace Barracks is licensed so guests can order their premium beer, fine wine or spirit before the film and take it into the cinema with them. It will screen the best in mainstream movies, arthouse and quality family films. Palace Barracks features six theatres accommodating over 1000 seats with luxurious seating and the latest in Dolby digital surround sound. The precinct itself is surrounded by fine dining, fashion and quality retail outlets. Patrons can take a train, bus, walk or arrive by car.


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Past events

6 Days - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

14th November

6 Days is a taut British thriller from New Zealand filmmaker Toa Fraser, rounding out his status as a serious action director. It tells the gripping true...

TBA

Another Mother's Son - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

14th November

Jenny Seagrove excels in this moving drama, which tells the incredible true story of Louisa Gould, a mother who risked everything to keep an escaped...

TBA

How to Talk to Girls at Parties - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

13th November

It’s a punked-out, Croydon-based, sci-fi, teen romance set during the lead-up to Queen Elizabeth II’s 1977 Silver Jubilee celebration, the one the Sex...

TBA

Eric Clapton: Life in Twelve Bars - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

13th November

A look at the life and work of guitar virtuoso Eric Clapton as told by those who have known him best, including BB King, Jimi Hendrix, and George...

TBA

Tulip Fever - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

12th November

A tale of art, beauty, lust, greed, deception and retribution – set in a refined society ablaze with tulip fever. In 17th century Amsterdam, tulip mania...

TBA

On Chesil Beach - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

12th November

In the early 1960s, a young couple on their honeymoon struggle to physically connect in this sensitive adaptation of Ian McEwan’s acclaimed short novel....

TBA

The Death of Stalin - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

12th November

Attention comrades! Armando Iannucci – the Scottish-born, Oscar-nominated writer of In the Loop, and the Emmy and BAFTA award-winning creator of Veep, I’m...

TBA

The Bookshop - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

11th November

Patricia Clarkson, Emily Mortimer and Bill Nighy star in this lively period drama, based on Penelope Fitzgerald’s Booker Prize shortlisted novel. Set in a...

TBA

Mary Shelley - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

11th November

Elle Fanning (The Beguiled) stars in this highly anticipated and scintillating biopic of the Frankenstein author, chronicling her tempestuous marriage to...

TBA

Swallows and Amazons - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

11th November

Hoist the sails for an adventure on the high seas – or rather, a serene lake. Swallows and Amazons joyously does justice to its classic British source...

TBA

The Exception - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

10th November

Directed by acclaimed British theatre director David Leveaux, and starring Academy Award winner Christopher Plummer (Beginners) and Academy Award nominee...

TBA

Goodbye Christopher Robin - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

10th November

’d really like if you wrote a book for me. I’d definitely read it,” gently requests young Christopher Robin of his father. Goodbye Christopher Robin gives...

TBA

England Is Mine - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

9th November

England Is Mine is an amusing and evocative portrait of the early years of singer-songwriter Steven Morrissey, the uncompromising, Manchester-born...

TBA

Another Mother's Son - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

9th November

Jenny Seagrove excels in this moving drama, which tells the incredible true story of Louisa Gould, a mother who risked everything to keep an escaped...

TBA

Jawbone - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

8th November

Jawbone is the screenwriting debut of BAFTA-nominated actor Johnny Harris of This is England fame, based on his youth as an amateur fighter. With an...

TBA

Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

8th November

Annette Bening and Jamie Bell vividly bring to screen the romance between Hollywood icon Gloria Grahame and her much younger lover. In 1981, decades after...

TBA

How to Talk to Girls at Parties - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

7th November

It’s a punked-out, Croydon-based, sci-fi, teen romance set during the lead-up to Queen Elizabeth II’s 1977 Silver Jubilee celebration, the one the Sex...

TBA

The Journey - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

6th November

The Journey is a gripping account of how two men from opposite sides of the political spectrum came together to change the course of history, from BAFTA...

TBA

That Good Night - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

6th November

In one of his final roles, the late Sir John Hurt plays a terminally ill writer struggling to come to terms with his own mortality, to rebuild the...

TBA

Tulip Fever - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

5th November

A tale of art, beauty, lust, greed, deception and retribution – set in a refined society ablaze with tulip fever. In 17th century Amsterdam, tulip mania...

TBA

Another Mother's Son - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

5th November

Jenny Seagrove excels in this moving drama, which tells the incredible true story of Louisa Gould, a mother who risked everything to keep an escaped...

TBA

Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

4th November

Annette Bening and Jamie Bell vividly bring to screen the romance between Hollywood icon Gloria Grahame and her much younger lover. In 1981, decades after...

TBA

Goodbye Christopher Robin - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

4th November

’d really like if you wrote a book for me. I’d definitely read it,” gently requests young Christopher Robin of his father. Goodbye Christopher Robin gives...

TBA

The Bookshop - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

4th November

Patricia Clarkson, Emily Mortimer and Bill Nighy star in this lively period drama, based on Penelope Fitzgerald’s Booker Prize shortlisted novel. Set in a...

TBA

On Chesil Beach - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

4th November

In the early 1960s, a young couple on their honeymoon struggle to physically connect in this sensitive adaptation of Ian McEwan’s acclaimed short novel....

TBA

Swallows and Amazons - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

4th November

Hoist the sails for an adventure on the high seas – or rather, a serene lake. Swallows and Amazons joyously does justice to its classic British source...

TBA

Mary Shelley - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

3rd November

Elle Fanning (The Beguiled) stars in this highly anticipated and scintillating biopic of the Frankenstein author, chronicling her tempestuous marriage to...

TBA

The Exception - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

3rd November

Directed by acclaimed British theatre director David Leveaux, and starring Academy Award winner Christopher Plummer (Beginners) and Academy Award nominee...

TBA

England Is Mine - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

2nd November

England Is Mine is an amusing and evocative portrait of the early years of singer-songwriter Steven Morrissey, the uncompromising, Manchester-born...

TBA

How to Talk to Girls at Parties - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

2nd November

It’s a punked-out, Croydon-based, sci-fi, teen romance set during the lead-up to Queen Elizabeth II’s 1977 Silver Jubilee celebration, the one the Sex...

TBA

6 Days - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

1st November

6 Days is a taut British thriller from New Zealand filmmaker Toa Fraser, rounding out his status as a serious action director. It tells the gripping true...

TBA

Mary Shelley - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

1st November

Elle Fanning (The Beguiled) stars in this highly anticipated and scintillating biopic of the Frankenstein author, chronicling her tempestuous marriage to...

TBA

That Good Night - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

1st November

In one of his final roles, the late Sir John Hurt plays a terminally ill writer struggling to come to terms with his own mortality, to rebuild the...

TBA

Jawbone - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

31st October

Jawbone is the screenwriting debut of BAFTA-nominated actor Johnny Harris of This is England fame, based on his youth as an amateur fighter. With an...

TBA

Eric Clapton: Life in Twelve Bars - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

31st October

A look at the life and work of guitar virtuoso Eric Clapton as told by those who have known him best, including BB King, Jimi Hendrix, and George...

TBA

The Journey - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

31st October

The Journey is a gripping account of how two men from opposite sides of the political spectrum came together to change the course of history, from BAFTA...

TBA

The Journey - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

30th October

The Journey is a gripping account of how two men from opposite sides of the political spectrum came together to change the course of history, from BAFTA...

TBA

The Exception - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

29th October

Directed by acclaimed British theatre director David Leveaux, and starring Academy Award winner Christopher Plummer (Beginners) and Academy Award nominee...

TBA

Goodbye Christopher Robin - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

29th October

’d really like if you wrote a book for me. I’d definitely read it,” gently requests young Christopher Robin of his father. Goodbye Christopher Robin gives...

TBA

Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

29th October

Annette Bening and Jamie Bell vividly bring to screen the romance between Hollywood icon Gloria Grahame and her much younger lover. In 1981, decades after...

TBA

On Chesil Beach - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

28th October

In the early 1960s, a young couple on their honeymoon struggle to physically connect in this sensitive adaptation of Ian McEwan’s acclaimed short novel....

TBA

Tulip Fever - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

28th October

A tale of art, beauty, lust, greed, deception and retribution – set in a refined society ablaze with tulip fever. In 17th century Amsterdam, tulip mania...

TBA

The Bookshop - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

28th October

Patricia Clarkson, Emily Mortimer and Bill Nighy star in this lively period drama, based on Penelope Fitzgerald’s Booker Prize shortlisted novel. Set in a...

TBA

That Good Night - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

28th October

In one of his final roles, the late Sir John Hurt plays a terminally ill writer struggling to come to terms with his own mortality, to rebuild the...

TBA

The Death of Stalin - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

27th October

Attention comrades! Armando Iannucci – the Scottish-born, Oscar-nominated writer of In the Loop, and the Emmy and BAFTA award-winning creator of Veep, I’m...

TBA

6 Days - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

27th October

6 Days is a taut British thriller from New Zealand filmmaker Toa Fraser, rounding out his status as a serious action director. It tells the gripping true...

TBA

Eric Clapton: Life in Twelve Bars - Cunard British Film Festival 2017

26th October

A look at the life and work of guitar virtuoso Eric Clapton as told by those who have known him best, including BB King, Jimi Hendrix, and George...

TBA

Mythopathy - Delphi Bank 24th Greek Film Festival 2017

15th October

Celebrated filmmaker Tassos Boulmetis (A Touch of Spice, GFF 2004) returns from a 12-year hiatus with a long-awaited story of ‘sarcastic nostalgia’ that...

TBA

Xamou - Delphi Bank 24th Greek Film Festival 2017

15th October

The sun-soaked Cretan terrain and its inhabitants play a starring role in filmmaker Clio Fanouraki’s coming-of-middle-age allegory that uses the economic...

TBA

Delphi Bank 24th Greek Film Festival 2017

12th October

The Greek Film Festival returns to Palace Cinemas in October to showcase contemporary Greek Cinema with a stellar program of features, documentaries and...

TBA

The Bachelor - Delphi Bank 24th Greek Film Festival 2017

14th October

Daughter of Greece’s most renowned cardiac surgeon, the gorgeous Katerina (Katerina Geronikolou), is set to marry the love of her life, Antonis (Yannis...

TBA

The Story of the Green Line - Delphi Bank 24th Greek Film Festival 2017

14th October

In Cyprus, north and south are separated by a wall of barrels and barbed wire known as the ‘Green Line’ of Nicosia. It is here that two soldiers,...

TBA

Istoria - Delphi Bank 24th Greek Film Festival 2017

13th October

Family history and cultural legacy are revisited by producer Nicolaos Demourtzidis, as he explores the troubled past of his ancestors and his hero, pappou...

TBA

Dogs of Democracy - Delphi Bank 24th Greek Film Festival 2017

13th October

Greek-Australian philosopher and filmmaker Mary Zournazi gets a dogs-eye view of modern Greece, a country still emerging from the grip of a crisis that...

TBA

Kissing? - Delphi Bank 24th Greek Film Festival 2017

13th October

Raw, honest and with an indisputable style of its own, filmmaker Yannis Korres sets the quarter-life crisis of a whole generation of lost souls to film in...

TBA

Roza of Smyrna - Delphi Bank 24th Greek Film Festival 2017

12th October

Mysteries are uncovered and dirty laundry aired as one family’s closet is raided for skeletons in Roza of Smyrna, George Kordellas’ “Greco-Turkish Romeo...

TBA

Lavazza Italian Film Festival 2017

20th September

Presented by Palace, the 18th Lavazza Italian Film Festival (LIFF) screens nationally in September, showcasing a huge program of Italian cinema. LIFF is...

$13

Loving Vincent - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

3rd September

This beautiful work is a detective story, of sorts, that examines the death of artist Vincent van Gogh from all manner of personal perspectives and...

$10

Merry-Go-Round - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

3rd September

A stunningly realised work in which images, shadows and light play on a carousel of dreams.

TBA

Loveless - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

3rd September

Somewhere in suburban Moscow, a marriage is in its death throes. Angry, embittered and frustrated, Zhenya (Maryana Spivak) and Boris (Alexey Rozin) have...

$10

24 Frames - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

3rd September

Hailed universally as a master of cinematic poetry and a pre-eminent pioneer of the medium, Abbas Kiarostami, after post-surgery complications, died in...

$10

Program 2 : Giraffe Soup and Cheese Doodles - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

3rd September

Curated by the Melbourne International Animation Festival. There’s never a dull moment in this spectacular array of titles that move from the downright...

FREE

Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

17th August

BIFF is back! Refreshed, rebooted, re-invigorated and packing a punch. The 23rd edition of the Brisbane International Film Festival will screen...

$10

Sexy Durga - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

2nd September

When two hitch-hiking lovers on the run through the backwaters of southern India are picked up at midnight by a crew of small time gangsters, it’s the...

$10

PU - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

2nd September

A man experiences utmost freedom inside a toilet. There, he is naked. Free of all the worldly affairs. It is there, where he comes into direct contact...

TBA

Australia Day - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

2nd September

On Australia’s most controversial national holiday, three Aussies from diverse cultural backgrounds explosively collide in this simmering thriller from...

$10

Loveless - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

2nd September

Somewhere in suburban Moscow, a marriage is in its death throes. Angry, embittered and frustrated, Zhenya (Maryana Spivak) and Boris (Alexey Rozin) have...

$10

Manifesto - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

2nd September

What started out as a seven-screen gallery exhibition is now a major feature film exploring some of the world’s greatest political, social and artistic...

$10

Song to Song - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

1st September

Selected as the opening night film for this year’s SXSW, Terrence Malick’s Song to Song delivers another enigmatic instalment in his polarizing oeuvre...

$10

Patti Cake$ - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

1st September

One of the buzz films from this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Patti Cake$ is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser. Patti Cake$, aka Killa P, aka a lot of other...

$10

Escaping Riga - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

1st September

A garrulous philosopher and flamboyant film director trying to survive the extremes of life somewhere between a tsar, a king, Hitler and Stalin.

$10

Elena - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

1st September

Elena (Nadezhda Markina) finally clawed her way out of poverty by marrying a wealthy man – but happiness remains tantalizingly outside her reach. Now...

$10

Leviathan - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

1st September

A corrupt mayor’s land grab against a smalltime mechanic spirals out of control in this taut, electrifying thriller that takes a swipe at hardliner...

$10

Last Men in Aleppo - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

31st August

It’s been dubbed “Syria’s Stalingrad”: a city being gradually ground to dust by bombs and missiles as five years of bitter civil war rage across Aleppo....

$10

Life is a Very Strange Thing - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

31st August

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...

$10

The Saint - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

31st August

A provincial Lithuanian town facing the economic crisis of 2008 is the setting for this brooding, moody slacker film. Vytas loses his job and his wife...

$10

Cold Springs - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

31st August

Cold Springs is a nostalgic interpretation of Lithuanian Stories’ (1917) by Hermann Sudermann. After the winter comes the outbreak of spring, melting...

TBA

Loving Vincent - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

31st August

This beautiful work is a detective story, of sorts, that examines the death of artist Vincent van Gogh from all manner of personal perspectives and...

$10

Merry-Go-Round - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

31st August

A stunningly realised work in which images, shadows and light play on a carousel of dreams.

TBA

Watch the Sunset - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

30th August

This new Aussie action thriller packs about the biggest punch of the genre seen on screen for a long time, and heralds the arrival of some major new...

$10

Blight - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

30th August

On Australia’s western frontier, a police constable hunts down a band of dangerous criminals aided by a young Aboriginal tracker.

TBA

The Way Station - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

30th August

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...

$10

Woman Alone - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

30th August

A home-maker devotes her life to taking care of her husband and children. A day in a homemaker’s life is the same as everyday; she does her chores...

TBA

Ordinary People - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

30th August

Winning a swag of international awards and considered by Cinemalaya as 2016’s top Filipino film, Ordinary People is a visceral, gutsy piece of cinema that...

$10

Exiled - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

30th August

Sublime cinematography and exceptional craftsmanship elevate this sumptuous debut feature.

$10

It's About Time - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

30th August

A message brought by the morning wind makes the old man want to go out but he can’t leave the room before he gets perfectly ready. A film about time which...

TBA

Faces Places - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

30th August

Master filmmaker Agnés Varda, 89, joins creative and intellectual forces with renowned street artist JR, 34, to explore the nooks and crannies of rural...

$10

Chasing Trane - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

29th August

This exhaustive documentary is brimming with fabulous, never-before seen archival photographs and filmed appearances, delicious stories and fantastic...

$10

24 Frames - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

29th August

Hailed universally as a master of cinematic poetry and a pre-eminent pioneer of the medium, Abbas Kiarostami, after post-surgery complications, died in...

$10

Escaping Riga - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

29th August

A garrulous philosopher and flamboyant film director trying to survive the extremes of life somewhere between a tsar, a king, Hitler and Stalin.

$10

In This Corner of the World - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

29th August

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...

$10

Weirdos - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

29th August

Bruce McDonald is one of Canada’s most highly regarded filmmakers – and it’s easy to see why in this lovable coming-of-age film. It’s 1976, and Kit (Dylan...

$10

Wonderstruck - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

28th August

Ben and Rose are children from two different times, more alike than they know, and both longing for lives beyond the ordinary. Rose (Millicent Simmonds)...

$10

Fun Mom Dinner - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

28th August

Somewhere in a well-to-do corner of Los Angeles, four mothers – with more or less nothing in common but their kids being in the same preschool class – get...

$10

My Year with Helen - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

28th August

From a farmer’s daughter in the Waikato to New Zealand’s first elected female Prime Minister, Helen Clark’s trailblazing journey was an inspirational one...

$10

Dave Made A Maze - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

28th August

Supremely inventive, Dave Made a Maze is a rare kind of independent film, one that makes you wish you could access some hidden part of your brain and make...

$10

Returnee - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

28th August

‘Oralman’ or ‘returnee’ is an official term used by Kazakh authorities to describe ethnic Kazakhs who have immigrated to Kazakhstan since its independence...

$10

Graduation - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

27th August

Master filmmaker Cristian Mungiu’s Cannes award-winning work is a beautiful meditation on the choices we make and their impact on ourselves and those...

$10

Final Portrait - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

27th August

Queenslander Geoffrey Rush stars as world-renowned artist Alberto Giacometti in this bewitching film about the chaotic ebb and flow of the artistic...

$10

In This Corner of the World - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

27th August

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...

$10

Program 2 : Giraffe Soup and Cheese Doodles - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

27th August

Curated by the Melbourne International Animation Festival. There’s never a dull moment in this spectacular array of titles that move from the downright...

FREE

Blade of the Immortal - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

26th August

This controversial and prolific director made his one-hundredth film in 2017 which unfurled on delighted audiences during this year’s 70th Cannes Film...

$10

Loveless - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

26th August

Somewhere in suburban Moscow, a marriage is in its death throes. Angry, embittered and frustrated, Zhenya (Maryana Spivak) and Boris (Alexey Rozin) have...

$10

Blue - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

26th August

Our oceans are broken, and under threat of devastation. Half of all marine life has been lost within just the last 40 years. And by 2050 there will be...

$10

Fox and the Whale - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

26th August

Once upon a time a fox decides to search for a whale in a beautiful, contemplative animation.

TBA

Manifesto - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

26th August

What started out as a seven-screen gallery exhibition is now a major feature film exploring some of the world’s greatest political, social and artistic...

$10

A Life in Waves - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

26th August

This sophisticated documentary charts the life and times of visionary electronic composer and musician Suzanne Ciani. While the ’70s isn’t always credited...

$10

Program 1 : Queen Bum and Chums - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

26th August

Curated by the Melbourne International Animation Festival. This most excellent program features all manner of animations from all manner of cultures with...

FREE

Weirdos - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

25th August

Bruce McDonald is one of Canada’s most highly regarded filmmakers – and it’s easy to see why in this lovable coming-of-age film. It’s 1976, and Kit (Dylan...

$10

The Square - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

25th August

Christian (Claes Bang) likes to think he’s a good and ethical person. He’s a devoted dad-of-two, a dyed-in-the-wool liberal, a charitable giver, and he...

$10

A Life in Waves - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

25th August

This sophisticated documentary charts the life and times of visionary electronic composer and musician Suzanne Ciani. While the ’70s isn’t always credited...

$10

My Year with Helen - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

25th August

From a farmer’s daughter in the Waikato to New Zealand’s first elected female Prime Minister, Helen Clark’s trailblazing journey was an inspirational one...

$10

Hotel Salvation - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

25th August

Hotel Salvation, in the holy Hindu city of Varanasi situated on the banks of the most sacred Ganges River, is a place dedicated to people’s death...

$10

Dave Made A Maze - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

24th August

Supremely inventive, Dave Made a Maze is a rare kind of independent film, one that makes you wish you could access some hidden part of your brain and make...

$10

Faces Places - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

24th August

Master filmmaker Agnés Varda, 89, joins creative and intellectual forces with renowned street artist JR, 34, to explore the nooks and crannies of rural...

$10

That's Not Me - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

24th August

Aspiring actor Polly (Alice Foulcher) dreams of being Hollywood’s next big thing – but she doesn’t quite have the drive and chutzpah to put that plan in...

$10

Namatjira Project - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

24th August

From the trackless Australian desert to the gates of Buckingham Palace, the Namatjira family have struggled for decades to see justice done. Albert...

$10

Ali's Wedding - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

24th August

Charismatic Aussie actor Osamah Sami stars in an AWGIE Award-winning adaptation of his stranger-than-fiction true life story.

$10

The Party - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

23rd August

Sally Potter’s drawing-room comedy-drama breathes fresh life into this famous but rarely seen film genre in clever, sly and enormously enjoyable ways. A...

$10

SHORT FILM: Woman with Editing Bench - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

23rd August

Inspired by Elizaveta Svilova (the editor of Dziga Vertoc’s Man With A Movie Camera), who works behind the scenes, understanding the power of the editor...

TBA

24 Frames - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

23rd August

Hailed universally as a master of cinematic poetry and a pre-eminent pioneer of the medium, Abbas Kiarostami, after post-surgery complications, died in...

$10

Blue - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

23rd August

Our oceans are broken, and under threat of devastation. Half of all marine life has been lost within just the last 40 years. And by 2050 there will be...

$10

Fox and the Whale - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

23rd August

Once upon a time a fox decides to search for a whale in a beautiful, contemplative animation.

TBA

Graduation - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

23rd August

Master filmmaker Cristian Mungiu’s Cannes award-winning work is a beautiful meditation on the choices we make and their impact on ourselves and those...

$10

Returnee - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

23rd August

‘Oralman’ or ‘returnee’ is an official term used by Kazakh authorities to describe ethnic Kazakhs who have immigrated to Kazakhstan since its independence...

$10

Elena - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

22nd August

Elena (Nadezhda Markina) finally clawed her way out of poverty by marrying a wealthy man – but happiness remains tantalizingly outside her reach. Now...

$10

Hotel Salvation - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

22nd August

Hotel Salvation, in the holy Hindu city of Varanasi situated on the banks of the most sacred Ganges River, is a place dedicated to people’s death...

$10

Namatjira Project - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

22nd August

From the trackless Australian desert to the gates of Buckingham Palace, the Namatjira family have struggled for decades to see justice done. Albert...

$10

In the Crosswond - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

22nd August

This astonishingly creative debut feature is based on a true story and uses extraordinary visual techniques and language to tell the heart-wrenching tale...

$10

Empty Space - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

22nd August

Documentary-based animation about a dream that eventually comes true in a film. A 10-year old girl’s wish for a puppy for a birthday present turns to...

TBA

The Party - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

22nd August

Sally Potter’s drawing-room comedy-drama breathes fresh life into this famous but rarely seen film genre in clever, sly and enormously enjoyable ways. A...

$10

SHORT FILM: Woman with Editing Bench - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

22nd August

Inspired by Elizaveta Svilova (the editor of Dziga Vertoc’s Man With A Movie Camera), who works behind the scenes, understanding the power of the editor...

TBA

The Banishment - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

21st August

Mixed up in small-time crime, Alex (Konstantin Lavronenko) has to get out of the city for a while and lie low – and so he, his wife Vera and their two...

$10

Citizen Jane: Battle for the City - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

21st August

As our cities grow, the way we interact with our built-up spaces has become an ever more important consideration in urban planning and the architecture...

$10

The Teacher - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

21st August

Inspired by a true story straight out of Communist-era Czechoslovakia, The Teacher is a wildly entertaining, bone-dry black comedy about a corrupt...

$10

Chasing Trane - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

21st August

This exhaustive documentary is brimming with fabulous, never-before seen archival photographs and filmed appearances, delicious stories and fantastic...

$10

The Party - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

20th August

Sally Potter’s drawing-room comedy-drama breathes fresh life into this famous but rarely seen film genre in clever, sly and enormously enjoyable ways. A...

$10

SHORT FILM: Woman with Editing Bench - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

20th August

Inspired by Elizaveta Svilova (the editor of Dziga Vertoc’s Man With A Movie Camera), who works behind the scenes, understanding the power of the editor...

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Final Portrait - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

20th August

Queenslander Geoffrey Rush stars as world-renowned artist Alberto Giacometti in this bewitching film about the chaotic ebb and flow of the artistic...

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Song to Song - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

20th August

Selected as the opening night film for this year’s SXSW, Terrence Malick’s Song to Song delivers another enigmatic instalment in his polarizing oeuvre...

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Loving Vincent - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

20th August

This beautiful work is a detective story, of sorts, that examines the death of artist Vincent van Gogh from all manner of personal perspectives and...

$10

Merry-Go-Round - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

20th August

A stunningly realised work in which images, shadows and light play on a carousel of dreams.

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Citizen Jane: Battle for the City - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

20th August

As our cities grow, the way we interact with our built-up spaces has become an ever more important consideration in urban planning and the architecture...

$10

Program 2 : Giraffe Soup and Cheese Doodles - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

20th August

Curated by the Melbourne International Animation Festival. There’s never a dull moment in this spectacular array of titles that move from the downright...

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Ali's Wedding - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

19th August

Charismatic Aussie actor Osamah Sami stars in an AWGIE Award-winning adaptation of his stranger-than-fiction true life story.

$10

Maudie - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

19th August

An unlikely yet sweet romance develops between two outcasts on the fringes of society in this tender biopic based on the life of renowned Canadian folk...

$10

The Teacher - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

19th August

Inspired by a true story straight out of Communist-era Czechoslovakia, The Teacher is a wildly entertaining, bone-dry black comedy about a corrupt...

$10

The Last Dalai Lama - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

19th August

Last month, the 14th Dalai Lama turned 82. In this powerful documentary, the great spiritual leader opens up candidly about his regrets, unfulfilled...

$10

Program 1 : Queen Bum and Chums - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

19th August

Curated by the Melbourne International Animation Festival. This most excellent program features all manner of animations from all manner of cultures with...

FREE

That's Not Me - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

18th August

Aspiring actor Polly (Alice Foulcher) dreams of being Hollywood’s next big thing – but she doesn’t quite have the drive and chutzpah to put that plan in...

$10

Ordinary People - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

18th August

Winning a swag of international awards and considered by Cinemalaya as 2016’s top Filipino film, Ordinary People is a visceral, gutsy piece of cinema that...

$10

Graduation - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

18th August

Master filmmaker Cristian Mungiu’s Cannes award-winning work is a beautiful meditation on the choices we make and their impact on ourselves and those...

$10

Citizen Jane: Battle for the City - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

18th August

As our cities grow, the way we interact with our built-up spaces has become an ever more important consideration in urban planning and the architecture...

$10

The Square - Brisbane International Film Festival 2017

17th August

Christian (Claes Bang) likes to think he’s a good and ethical person. He’s a devoted dad-of-two, a dyed-in-the-wool liberal, a charitable giver, and he...

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A Hustler's Diary - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

6th August

Rotterdam Film Festival crowd favourite A Hustler's Diary directed by Croatian-Swedish filmmaker Ivica Zubak features a breakout performance by...

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Handle with Care - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

6th August

Five years ago Arild Andresen won the Best Nordic Film award at Göteborg Film Festival for The Orheim Company. Now he's back with a richly layered film...

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Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

20th July

This July, Palace Barracks and Centro Cinemas are proud to welcome back the Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival. A highly anticipated event on the festival...

$10

Darkland - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

5th August

With a sharp awareness of genre, Fenar Ahmad injects a shot of adrenalin into Danish cinema with the action-packed, box-office hit, Darkland. A revenge...

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Tom of Finland - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

5th August

One of Finland’s most acclaimed directors, Dome Karukoski (Heart of a Lion, Scandi FF 2014) won the FIPRESCI Prize at Göteborg this year for this superb...

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A Conspiracy of Faith - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

5th August

With the best opening of a local film in 15 years in its native Denmark, A Conspiracy of Faith has been hailed the best Jussi Adler-Olsen adaptation to...

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Small Town Killers - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

4th August

The title says it all in this Danish black comedy about the unforeseen consequences of planning the perfect crime. Played in Nordic deadpan style, with...

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Sami Blood - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

4th August

Amanda Kernell’s Sami Blood explores the systematic removal of indigenous Sámi children from their parents that occurred in Scandinavia over the...

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The Other Side of Hope - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

4th August

Aki Kaurismäki (Drifting Clouds, Le Havre) is a world master of cinema. His legendary deadpan humour and always-humanistic perspective frequently depicts...

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Rosemari - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

3rd August

Multi-award winning director Sara Johnsen helms an all-female cast of rising and established Norwegian stars for this entertaining exploration of love,...

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The Other Side of Hope - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

3rd August

Aki Kaurismäki (Drifting Clouds, Le Havre) is a world master of cinema. His legendary deadpan humour and always-humanistic perspective frequently depicts...

TBA

Tom of Finland - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

2nd August

One of Finland’s most acclaimed directors, Dome Karukoski (Heart of a Lion, Scandi FF 2014) won the FIPRESCI Prize at Göteborg this year for this superb...

TBA

The Man - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

2nd August

Packed with an all-star cast, The Man marks the triumphant return to the big screen of prolific writer/director, Charlotte Sieling (The Killing, Borgen,...

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A Conspiracy of Faith - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

2nd August

With the best opening of a local film in 15 years in its native Denmark, A Conspiracy of Faith has been hailed the best Jussi Adler-Olsen adaptation to...

TBA

The Man - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

1st August

Packed with an all-star cast, The Man marks the triumphant return to the big screen of prolific writer/director, Charlotte Sieling (The Killing, Borgen,...

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1864 - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

1st August

1864 brings to the big screen one of the most popular Danish television series ever made, in a newly released theatrical cut. Writer-director Ole Bornedal...

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Kings Bay - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

1st August

A classic Nordic thriller set in far-flung Norway, where a washed up journalist finds herself covering what appears to be a mine accident. But as she digs...

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Small Town Killers - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

31st July

The title says it all in this Danish black comedy about the unforeseen consequences of planning the perfect crime. Played in Nordic deadpan style, with...

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Magnus - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

31st July

Becoming the number one chess player in the world is no easy feat, yet Magnus Carlsen almost makes it look effortless. In Magnus, directed by Norwegian...

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Swinger - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

31st July

Martin Buch delivers a hilarious performance in this romantic comedy by up-and-coming Danish director Mikkel Munch-Fals, which replicates the success of...

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A Conspiracy of Faith - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

30th July

With the best opening of a local film in 15 years in its native Denmark, A Conspiracy of Faith has been hailed the best Jussi Adler-Olsen adaptation to...

TBA

The Man - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

30th July

Packed with an all-star cast, The Man marks the triumphant return to the big screen of prolific writer/director, Charlotte Sieling (The Killing, Borgen,...

TBA

Tom of Finland - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

30th July

One of Finland’s most acclaimed directors, Dome Karukoski (Heart of a Lion, Scandi FF 2014) won the FIPRESCI Prize at Göteborg this year for this superb...

TBA

Sami Blood - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

29th July

Amanda Kernell’s Sami Blood explores the systematic removal of indigenous Sámi children from their parents that occurred in Scandinavia over the...

TBA

1864 - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

29th July

1864 brings to the big screen one of the most popular Danish television series ever made, in a newly released theatrical cut. Writer-director Ole Bornedal...

TBA

Kings Bay - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

28th July

A classic Nordic thriller set in far-flung Norway, where a washed up journalist finds herself covering what appears to be a mine accident. But as she digs...

TBA

The Other Side of Hope - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

28th July

Aki Kaurismäki (Drifting Clouds, Le Havre) is a world master of cinema. His legendary deadpan humour and always-humanistic perspective frequently depicts...

TBA

Magnus - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

28th July

Becoming the number one chess player in the world is no easy feat, yet Magnus Carlsen almost makes it look effortless. In Magnus, directed by Norwegian...

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One-Two-Three GO! - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

27th July

Adapted from Jesper Wung-Sung’s best-selling Danish novel “En-to-tre-nu!” and reminiscent of Alessandro D’Avenia’s best-seller “White Like Milk, Red Like...

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1864 - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

27th July

1864 brings to the big screen one of the most popular Danish television series ever made, in a newly released theatrical cut. Writer-director Ole Bornedal...

TBA

Tom of Finland - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

26th July

One of Finland’s most acclaimed directors, Dome Karukoski (Heart of a Lion, Scandi FF 2014) won the FIPRESCI Prize at Göteborg this year for this superb...

TBA

The Man - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

26th July

Packed with an all-star cast, The Man marks the triumphant return to the big screen of prolific writer/director, Charlotte Sieling (The Killing, Borgen,...

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In the Blood - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

25th July

The 2017 Bodil Award winner for Best Film and shot entirely on location in Copenhagen, In the Blood follows a group of young men through a warm, sunny...

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Handle with Care - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

25th July

Five years ago Arild Andresen won the Best Nordic Film award at Göteborg Film Festival for The Orheim Company. Now he's back with a richly layered film...

TBA

Rosemari - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

25th July

Multi-award winning director Sara Johnsen helms an all-female cast of rising and established Norwegian stars for this entertaining exploration of love,...

TBA

Swinger - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

24th July

Martin Buch delivers a hilarious performance in this romantic comedy by up-and-coming Danish director Mikkel Munch-Fals, which replicates the success of...

TBA

Darkland - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

24th July

With a sharp awareness of genre, Fenar Ahmad injects a shot of adrenalin into Danish cinema with the action-packed, box-office hit, Darkland. A revenge...

TBA

Rosemari - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

23rd July

Multi-award winning director Sara Johnsen helms an all-female cast of rising and established Norwegian stars for this entertaining exploration of love,...

TBA

Room 213 - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

23rd July

The winner of Norway’s top prize at the Kristiansand International Children’s Film Festival, Room 213 is a wonderfully made contemporary kids’ film that...

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The Other Side of Hope - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

22nd July

Aki Kaurismäki (Drifting Clouds, Le Havre) is a world master of cinema. His legendary deadpan humour and always-humanistic perspective frequently depicts...

TBA

The Man - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

22nd July

Packed with an all-star cast, The Man marks the triumphant return to the big screen of prolific writer/director, Charlotte Sieling (The Killing, Borgen,...

TBA

Handle with Care - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

22nd July

Five years ago Arild Andresen won the Best Nordic Film award at Göteborg Film Festival for The Orheim Company. Now he's back with a richly layered film...

TBA

Sami Blood - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

22nd July

Amanda Kernell’s Sami Blood explores the systematic removal of indigenous Sámi children from their parents that occurred in Scandinavia over the...

TBA

Darkland - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

21st July

With a sharp awareness of genre, Fenar Ahmad injects a shot of adrenalin into Danish cinema with the action-packed, box-office hit, Darkland. A revenge...

TBA

A Conspiracy of Faith - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

21st July

With the best opening of a local film in 15 years in its native Denmark, A Conspiracy of Faith has been hailed the best Jussi Adler-Olsen adaptation to...

TBA

The Other Side of Hope - Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017

20th July

Aki Kaurismäki (Drifting Clouds, Le Havre) is a world master of cinema. His legendary deadpan humour and always-humanistic perspective frequently depicts...

TBA

Human Rights Arts and Film Festival 2017 | National Tour

1st June

From Tuesday 23 May to Saturday 3 June, HRAFF will be coming to a city near you.

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The Opposition - Human Rights Arts and Film Festival 2017 | National Tour

1st June

Steeped in a legal dispute that prevented its release, The Opposition details the struggle of 3,000 residents of the Paga Hill community in Papua New...

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