Battered by change, the Brisbane International Film Festival can now build for the future and give the city the festival it deserves.
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Plenty has hampered, derailed and even shuttered the Brisbane International Film Festival over the pasts, from staff and government changes to being temporarily replaced by the now-defunct Brisbane Asia Pacific Film Festival. But while BIFF’s newest iteration launched on a particularly grey and stormy day in Queensland, the worst of the weather held off for the festival’s opening night. That’s as good an omen as BIFF has enjoyed of late.