at Dendy Cinemas Portside
Sunday, 26 August 2018 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM + Add to calendar26/08/2018 17:3026/08/2018 19:00Australia/BrisbaneThe Devil May Care Trilogy - Brisbane Premiere ScreeningThe Devil May Care Trilogy - Brisbane Premiere Screening Sunday, 26 August 2018 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (E. Australia Standard Time) Organiser Jonathan Creed email@example.com Address Dendy Cinemas Portside 39 Hercules Street Hamilton Brisbane 4007 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/73247/the_devil_may_care_trilogy__brisbane_premiere_screening.aspxDendy Cinemas Portside
39 Hercules Street
Hamilton Brisbane 4007
General Admission - Admit One
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Angel Reel Productions & Kristian Fletcher presents...
THE DEVIL MAY CARE TRILOGY: BLOOD LUST WRATH
By Jonathan Creed
Premiere Screening at Dendy Portside plus Q&A with cast and crew.
The Devil May Care follows the reluctant rise and fall of Ryan O'Connor (Dave Beamish) across 3 interconnecting short films, each a different genre of movies.
TIMELINE OF THE NIGHT:
5pm-5.30pm - Red carpet and photos
5.30-6.00pm – Introduction and displaying other short films and media
6.00pm – Feature screening
6.30pm - Q&A with cast and crew
Designed and created specifically to break the norms of short film narrative and inspired by genre bending franchises and exploitation films, Angel Christo is proud to present the The Devil May Care Trilogy.
Dave Beamish plays Ryan O'Connor, an Irish mob heir ran away from his father's violent legacy when he was a boy, but 20 years later finds himself caught in the power vacuum and must find a way to protect his young family. Deliberately spanning across three genres and bending the rules of narrative, The Devil May Care delves into the choices they make in their most desperate circumstances, and how they manifest in actions that can never be expected, but have irreversible consequences across time.
Rated MA15+ STRONG VIOLENCE, COARSE LANGUAGE AND THEMES