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Sold out APSA BAPFF screenings

2 September 2015 | Brisbane Marketing

BAPFF Tales Screening

A series of lead-in screenings ahead of November’s 9th Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA) and 2nd Brisbane Asia Pacific Film Festival (BAPFF), both proudly presented by Treasury Casino and Hotel, are creating fantastic festival buzz in the city.

The first of the screenings took place on Friday night in front of a sold out crowd at The Australian Cinémathèque, QAGOMA. They gathered to watch Tales from acclaimed Iranian Director Rakshan Bainetemed, two-time APSA recipient including last year’s Jury Grand Prize. The film was showcased in partnership with Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA).

BAPFF Head Programmer Kiki Fung said the pre-screenings were vital to create strong community engagement leading up to the festival.

“They’re significant in demonstrating the quality and genre of film which will be available in BAPFF’s official program this November.”

The next APSA BAPFF screening is Force of Destiny by Australian director Paul Cox, starring David Wenham and Shahana Goswami.

When: 11 September
Where: Palace Centro Cinemas, James St
Time: 6.30pm

A Q & A with the acclaimed director, hosted by APSA BAPFF Film Director Maxine Williamson, will follow the screening.

But wait, there’s more - the following Queensland Premiere screenings will also be presented by APSA and BAPFF in the coming months:

Force of Destiny (Australia)
Friday 11 September, 6.30pm
Palace Centro Cinemas

The Postman’s White Nights (Russia)
Friday 25 September, 6pm
The Australian Cinémathèque, QAGOMA

Kabuchiko Love Hotel (Japan)
Friday 6 November, 6pm
The Australian Cinémathèque, QAGOMA

For more information and to book tickets visit

Tickets: $14/$11.50 (QAGOMA) and $16/$10 (Palace Centro)

Brisbane Asia Pacific Film Festival will take place from Thursday 19 to Sunday 29 November. The film festival will showcase features, documentaries and shorts, including a selection of nominated films honoured at the 9th Asia Pacific Screen Awards, the region’s highest accolade in film, held at Brisbane City Hall on Thursday 26 November.

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