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Brisbane Underground Film Festival

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by Nick Lawrence (subscribe)
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There's something magical about watching a film that is so bad, so weird or so utterly incomprehensible that you can't help but scratch your head and say, "Wow."

Back for its second year, The Brisbane Underground Film Festival aims to bring you a whole lot of that "Wow' by showcasing seven of the best films you've probably never heard of. If you have heard of them then they're probably too controversial to be shown anywhere else in Brisbane anyway.

The program for this years BUFF runs over three days. Check out some of what is on offer:

Thurs 13th Oct

7pm Who Took the Bomp? Le Tigre on Tour, 72 mins

Vacation! (screens with After the Rainbow), 96 mins

Fri 14th Oct

7pm Charlie Casanova (screens with Riding in Between) 98 mins

9pm Profane (screens with The African Word for Summer) 86 mins

Sat 15th Oct

Grant Morrison: Talking With Gods (screens with Everything is Super), 94 mins

7pm Shut Up Little Man! An Audio Misadventure (screens with From Water), 89 mins

9pm Hobo With a Shotgun (screens with Glory Hole), 94 mins

So whether you're really into your flicks or you just want to see something that isn't a comic book remake, head along to the BUFF and set your eyes to wow.

The Brisbane Underground Film Festival is only for over 18s. Adult tickets cost $16, and Concessions are $13. Tickets can be purchased online at the Brisbane Powerhouse website.
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Why? For a host of films that won't screen in cinemas
When: Oct 13th - 15th
Where: Brisbane Powerhouse, Lamington Street, New Farm
Cost: Adults $16, Concessions $13
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