The BREC International Film Festival returns for another season this Winter with a superb line-up of 6 hand-picked films screening over two weekends from Thursday July 26.
The festival opens with Aurore, a French romantic comedy that centres on a middle-aged woman in the midst of major personal and professional life changes.
From Finland comes The Other Side of Hope, a poignant new comedy centred on Khaled, a Syrian refugee seeking asylum. Timothy Spall and Kristin Scott Thomas lead an all-star cast in dark comedy The Party direct from the United Kingdom. Filmed in black and white, a tragedy unfolds in real time when a sophisticated dinner party among friends spirals out of control.
Loveless, a Russian drama details the collapse of married couple Boris and Zhenya. Elisabeth Moss stars in Swedish comedy The Square, winner of the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival it’s a laugh-out-loud satire of modern art, hypocrisy, and the fragile male ego.
The festival closes with heartfelt comedy Pop Aye from Thailand. The story of a successful architect who is reunited with an elephant he knew growing up. Their reunion sparks a road trip across the country as they return to their childhood home.
BREC International Film Festival tickets are available now from bunburyentertainment.com, via phone on 1300 661 272 or in person at the Box Office.