23° & PARTLY CLOUDY ON SUNDAY 30 APRIL IN BRISBANE
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    • QFF X IMA

      Whet your appetite for this year's Queensland Film Festival with four pre-fest screenings.

    • STONES CORNER FESTIVAL 2017

      Local legends Regurgitator headline the free street fest, which will also feature a new beer garden.

    • CHIPS

      Some TV reboots would be better left un-rebooted.

    • CREATIVE GENERATION

      Prepare to feel like a massive underachiever, as the best high school student work from 2015 goes on display.

    • PICNIC & PANTRY

      Lunch gets a makeover at QueensPlaza's food pop-up.

    • RED GREEN BLUE: A HISTORY OF AUSTRALIAN VIDEO ART

      From projection to video to digital, explore Australia's on-screen creativity.

    • THE DUST NEVER SETTLES

      UQ Art Museum's latest exhibition presents art that addresses difficult times.

    • COLOSSAL

      This destructive monster movie doubles as a smart critique on gender politics.

    • PERSONAL SHOPPER

      Kristen Stewart sends texts to the afterlife in this unsettling arthouse ghost story.

    • THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS

      The furious family is back for another exhilarating ride.

    • DENIAL

      A gripping and uncomfortably timely drama.

    • CHRIS BENNIE: MOOD SWINGS

      Splash around in an artistic contemplation of water.

    • SPANISH FILM FESTIVAL 2017

      With 38 features on the bill, from Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon's latest Trip to bank robber thrillers and Goya-winning revenge flicks.

    • GOING IN STYLE

      A talented cast of veteran actors can't save this formulaic comedy caper.

    • THEIR FINEST

      A deftly made crowd-pleaser that doubles as a tale of female empowerment.

    • TABLE 19

      This lazy, by-the-books comedy is even more unbearable than the scenario it depicts.

    • RAW

      An intense, violent, surprisingly relatable film about adolescence… and cannibalism.

    • BERLIN SYNDROME

      This intense psychological thriller will make you want to burn your passport.

    • FESTIVAL OF TIBET 2017

      Immerse yourself in Tibetan culture without leaving Brisbane.

    • BUDDHA BIRTHDAY FESTIVAL 2017

      The biggest annual celebration of Buddha’s birthday in the world.

    • ONE DAY SUNDAYS

      Australia's favourite hip hop collective are bringing their block party to Ric's — and it's free.

    • TINNIES AND TWO-UP 2017

      Toss coins into the air, eat at food trucks and enjoy a few brews.

    • BRISBANE VIDEO GAME & POP CULTURE MARKET

      Head to Stones Corner for a spot of retro shopping fun.

    • THE CURE APPRECIATION BEER GARDEN

      This Friday, you really will be in love at The Brightside's latest listening party.

    • SNAP17

      Peruse the best photography Brisbanites have to offer.

    • THE MIGHTY BOOSH TRIVIA NIGHT

      You ever drink Bailey's out of a shoe?

    • '90S HOUSE PARTY

      Jump back two decades in time, with drinks, tunes and outfits to match.

    • KARAOKE THURSDAYS AT THE BRUNSWICK HOTEL

      A free karaoke night in New Farm.

    • INTERNATIONAL TABLETOP DAY

      Spend your afternoon playing, learning about and celebrating boardgames.

    • SCENARIO: THE NEWSTEAD HIP HOP FESTIVAL

      12 hours of free beats and rhymes comes to Newstead.

    • GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2

      The Guardians are back, battling space monsters, planets and princesses, all to the tunes of another killer '80s soundtrack.

    • THINGS TO COME

      An intimate drama featuring a standout performance by the incomparable Isabelle Huppert.

    • A CURE FOR WELLNESS

      It won't be remembered as a landmark horror flick, but this over-the-top effort is still entertainingly unnerving.

    • BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

      This lavish adaptation of Disney's classic fairy tale blends nostalgia with a refreshing sense of progress.

    • EARTH AND FIRE: CERAMICS FROM THE QUT ART COLLECTION

      Explore handmade wares from the 1970s onwards.

    • LIAM O'BRIEN: POSSESSIONS

      This video work draws upon horror and science-fiction cinema to explore the relationship between humanity and technology.

    • FILM NOIR

      Celebrate the thrills and twists of one of cinema's favourite genres.

    • POWER RANGERS

      Breakfast Club meets Fantastic Four...with underwhelming results.

    • LIFE

      Intelligent life on Mars, perhaps, but none in this by-the-numbers sci-fi horror flick.

    • THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE

      An entertaining, self-aware take on cinema's grumpiest superhero.

    • LAND OF MINE

      A tense, emotional if somewhat predictable Danish war drama with a unique and compelling hook.

    • MATERIAL: CONCRETE

      Take a new look at an everyday substance at Artisan's latest exhibition.

    • FIONA TAN: NELLIE

      Explore the concept of representation through the potential life of an overlooked woman.

    • PETS AT THE GABBA

      Brisbane gets its first regular market dedicated to pets.

    • O'KEEFFE, PRESTON, COSSINGTON SMITH: MAKING MODERNISM

      Meet the mother of American Modernism.

    • MILTON MARKETS

      This weekly westside shopping gathering is worth getting up early for.

    • CULT MOVIE SCREENINGS AT IN THE HOUSE 2017

      Your Friday night dose of nostalgia.

    • GREEN JAM SESSIONS

      Kick back with Friday arvo tunes and food.

    • LUCENT

      Eight months of amazing indigenous art.

    • MT GRAVATT MARKETTA

      A new Saturday night foodie market south of the river.

    • 100% BRISBANE

      A semi-permanent interactive exhibition that holds a mirror to Brisbanites.

    • RED HILL FARMERS MARKETS

      Inner west residents, your weekends are looking fresh.

    • SIT. POSE. SNAP. BRISBANE PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY 1850 – 1950

      Explore the pre-selfie history of Brisbane portrait photography.

    • LOVING

      An intimate true story about love in the face of prejudice.

    • THE EAGLE HUNTRESS

      This captivating doco was the darling of last year's festival circuit.

    • LESS THAN: ART AND REDUCTIONISM

      Less is more in this showcase of pieces from the '60s to now.

    • ROBERT ANDREW: OUR MUTABLE HISTORIES

      The Perth-born, Brisbane-based Indigenous Australian artist probes the country's culture and heritage in a series of contemplative pieces.

    • PHILANTHROPISTS AND COLLECTIONS

      Explore the giving impulse that helps art flourish in this new exhibition.

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