Brisbane International Film Festival


The Brisbane International Film Festival is Queensland's premier film event.
Presented annually by the Pacific Film and Television Commission, BIFF provides a focus for film culture in Queensland by showcasing the best and most interesting world cinema.
Screening over 200 films, the diverse programme of this non-competitive festival includes features, documentaries, shorts, experimental work, animation and some video.

BIFF draws content from a dynamic and global palette, and covers categories that meet the tastes and needs of a broad film going audience. 

Hungarian films at the festival

2006 - Abandoned
2004 - Pater-Noster
2003 - Hukkle
2001 - Werckmeister Harmonies
2000 - North by North
2000 - Simon the Magician
2000 - Closing Time
1998 - The Witman Boys
1994 - Woyzeck (in competition)

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