Jucy to premiere at BIFF

Louise Alston’s ‘womantic’ comedy Jucy is the first title announced for this year’s Brisbane International Film Festival.
Jucy is a Brisbane movie through and through, filmed in Brisbane by a Brisbane crew, starring Brisbane talent. It’s wonderful to be screening the film in its hometown at such a great festival,” said Alston in a statement.

Jucy is the story of two 20-something Brisbane best friends dealing with their changing relationship as they grow up, get ‘real’ jobs and enter the world of dating. It was produced by Kelly Chapman.

Having screened at Toronto this month, the comedy will have its Australian premiere on November 5 at Palace Barracks. Alston and Chapman’s previous effort, All My Firends Are Leaving Brisbane, also premiered at BIFF in 2007.

The 2010 Brisbane International Film Festival – November 4-14 – will be the first one under the helm of former Melbourne International Film Festival director Richard Moore.


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