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BREC presents

Summer Film Series - Whiplash

Saturday 16 January 03:00 PM
Run time: 107 mins
Summer Film Series - Whiplash

International film is returning to BREC this January! Our Summer Film Series will run every Saturday from 9 January to 6 February, presenting the best of award-winning and foreign films from the past few years.

Whiplash (MA 15+)

107 minutes ~ Drama ~ USA

2015 Academy Award winner for Best Supporting Actor (J.K. Simmons), Film Editing & Sound Mixing

A young and talented drummer attending a prestigious music academy finds himself under the wing of the most respected professor at the school, one who does not hold back on abuse towards his students. The two form an odd relationship as the student wants to achieve greatness, and the professor pushes him.

Pre-order a cheese platter for $18 for two people (or $28 for two including glass of wine each), sit back and enjoy some fantastic cinematic offerings in our Wellington Suite. Orders close 12pm the day prior to each screening. Platters can be pre-purchased in person at the Box Office or by by calling 1300 661 272.

TICKET PRICES

PER SESSION

Adult $17.50 | BREC Club $12.50 | Concession $15 | Child $15

FILMSAVER - BOOK OF FIVE TICKETS (pre-purchase only)

Adult $75 | BREC Club $50 | Concession $65 | Child $65

Click here to purchase Filmsaver booklets

REVIEWS

"What gives the film such a kick, in spite of its improbabilities, is its raw and brutal but also very subtle portrayal of the shifting, attritional relations between teacher and student, sorcerer and apprentice."

Geoffrey Macnab, Independent

" The film offers up a breathless battle of wills that inspire a whirlwind of emotions before leaving you on an exhilarated high."

Rob Carnevale, Indie London