More shorts to whet your cinematic appetite today with International Shorts 1: seven films between seven and 18 minutes long, from the US, Canada, France, New Zealand and Norway.
One to watch is The End, starring Charlotte Rampling as herself, an actress who wants revenge after she gets dumped from a role. 12:30pm, Tribal Theatre 2.
BIFF has secured the world premiere of Show Me the Magic, a documentary about legendary cinematographer Don McAlpine. He has worked on more than 50 films, including Don's Party, Predator and Moulin Rouge, and this film is a great insight into his filmmaking philosophy. 6:30pm, Palace Barracks 1.
Love Is All You Need is a bittersweet romantic comedy set on the southern Italian coast. While attending his son's wedding, rich-but-emotionally-poor Pierce Brosnan meets his match in the mother of the bride. This is a Bubbles at BIFF screening, so enjoy champagne while you watch. 6:30pm, Palace Centro 1.
Film noir meets Homer in Keyhole, a Canadian production about a 1930s gangster called Ulysses. His return to his childhood home after a botched heist is disrupted by memories and mysteries. 8:30pm, Tribal Theatre 1.
For late-night slash flick lovers, The Nullabor Nymph is a Ozploitation mockumentary that's both chilling and chuckle-inducing. Two water company employees are dispatched to the middle of the desert, hunted by a naked blonde siren tempting them to their doom. 10pm, Tribal Theatre 2.