Gold Coast Film Festival 2014

Gold Coast Film Festival to Host One-Off Showing of Our Man in Tehran

While their major event has already been held this year, the team behind the annual Gold Coast Film Festival were not content with just a week and a half of films each year. Therefore they have decided to also...

Escape From Tomorrow

Escape from Tomorrow should not have existed, and quite possibly never would have been screened anywhere beside the 2013 Sundance Film Festival without the luck of director Randy Moore. Heralded by some as the “ultimate guerrilla film”, this hour...

Gold Coast Film Festival to Hold One Night Screening of Predestination

While this years main festivities for the annual Gold Coast Film Festival drew to a close months ago, the group behind the event have confirmed an exclusive one-night screening of The Spierig Brothers' film Predestination. The screening will be held at the...

The Cure (2014)

What was supposed to be another ordinary day in the lab instantly turns into chaos for aspiring young scientists Beth Wakefield and Ryan Earl. Their supervisor who had gone missing for several hours storms into their lab, infected with...

Gold Coast Film Festival Celebrates Strong Box Office Response in 12th Event

Gold Coast Film Festival 2014, the twelfth festival held to date wrapped up almost a fortnight ago with an Australian premiere of psychological thriller The Babadook. The stats are now in and by all indications the festival was a great...

Bayonetta: Bloody Fate

There are many great video games on the market that deserve an anime adaptation, but ultimately many will never see a release on alternate platforms, with their storylines and characters left as nothing more than a (hopefully) fond memory...

The Polygon

"In 2003 I was fortunate to sit on a plane going from the UK to Australia, and I was sitting next to a gentleman by the name of Struan Stevenson, member of the European Parliament for Scotland" begins director...

Gold Coast Film Festival to Close Tomorrow With The Babadook

On April 3rd, the Gold Coast Film Festival for 2014 launched with the comedy screening of The Grand Budapest Hotel which drew in critical acclaim from not only The Otaku's Study but almost countless media outlets across Australia. But all...

The Grand Budapest Hotel

An opening night screening of a film festival can potentially set the mood for an entire event. Last year saw the annual Gold Coast Film Festival open on all the right notes with their screening of The History of...

Supanova Gold Coast 2014 – Madman Entertainment Panel Recap

I love the idea of an early morning anime panel at Supanova, especially on the Gold Coast where the queues to enter the main venue can easily move out the door into the sun, and it more often than...

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