GLASS sent an editor and film-fanatic contributor Luka Katic to Brisbane International Film Festival to find the best of what was on offer. Unfortunately, we couldn’t see everything, but here are our thoughts on what we did manage to see so far. More to come!

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Hearts and Bones

“A gorgeous character study,” and “extremely moving.” Read Liam’s review here.

Measure for Measure

“A solid effort as the sophomore feature for director Paul Ireland.” Read Luka’s review here.

The Dead Don’t Die

“An oddball comedy that’s worth checking out.” Read Luka’s review here.

Anthropocene: The Human Epoch

“Necessary viewing if you want a haunting view on where we’re going as a species.” Read Luka’s and Liam’s review here.

First Love

“Recommended to film nuts and those looking for a crime movie with a little something extra to offer.” Read Luka’s review here.

The Sound of Silence

“One of those movies that just leaves you with this sense of warmth by the time it’s over.” Read Luka’s review here.

Sunset

Sunset is well worth seeing if you’re into stories with a slow-burn.” Read Luka’s review here.

Midnight Family

“One of the best documentaries I’ve seen.” Read Liam’s review here.

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