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BREC Summer Film Festival presented by Act-Belong-Commit

Where am I going?
Italian | Subtitled | 86min | Comedy

French | Subtitled | 130min | MA15+ | Thriller

Girl Asleep
Australian | 77min | M | Comedy

Up for Love
French | Subtitled | 98min | Comedy

Rosalie Blum
French | Subtitled | 95min | M | Comedy

Wednesday, May 9
Iranian | Subtitled | 102min | M | Drama

I Danial Blake
UK | Drama | MA15+

Servant or Slave
Australian | Documentary

The Family Fang
USA | Comedy/Drama

BREC Summer Film Festival presented by Act-Belong-Commit

BREC Summer Film Festival presented by Act-Belong-Commit

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What better way to launch into 2017 than with a handpicked selection of some of the best films from around the globe. BREC Cinema will be the place to be when the temperature rises in January. Grab a refreshing drink from the Sky Bar and take it with you into the lovely air-conditioned CUBE theatre.

In the mood for a French Romantic Comedy? Up For Love will have you laughing til your cheeks hurt. Or there's Italy's highest grossing film of all time, beating Star Wars in it's opening weekend, Where Am I Going is a hilarious comedy that takes a dig at public service jobs. Looking for something to open your mind to the issues of Indigenous Australians, watch Servant Or Slave, a very powerful and touching documentary which follows 5 Aboriginal women who were stolen from their families and trained to be domestic servants. Or if you missed the Cinefest Oz winner for 2016, you can catch it here. A classic Australian coming of age film, Girl Asleep is a journey into the absurd, scary and beautiful heart of the teenage mind. Fans of quirky indie films will love The Family Fang, the directorial debut from Jason Bateman. And if you're after hard-hitting English drama you will love the Cannes Palm d'Or winning film, I, Daniel Blake.