18 November, 2008 | By Sandy George http://www.screendaily.com Australian director Louise Alston is set to make two more low-budget romantic comedies, following her debut film All My Friends Are Leaving Brisbane, which is being released in Denmark through Sunrise Film Distribution. Cameras will roll on January 7 on Jucy, the second of the films, with … Continue reading Oz director Alston to expand Brisbane into a trilogy – Screen Daily
Weekend Australian (Australia)-August 30, 2008 All My Friends are Leaving Brisbane (M) Author: Rosalie Higson Accent (90 minutes) $29.95 * * * 1/2 I ENJOYED watching this bunch of pretty young things trying to get their lives into some kind of order, fooling themselves they are swimming while mostly they are drowning, often in alcohol. … Continue reading “Stock up on corn chips and tequila slammers” – Australian review
All My Friends are Leaving Brisbane screened at the Cannes Cinefiles during the Cannes Film Festival. I also managed to secure international sales agent, Highpoint Media. Bernard Bories programmed the film with Samantha Ribilet’s short, Cosette. Samantha also proved to be an excellent Cannes roomie! Many thanks to the PFTC for the travel grant and … Continue reading AMF at Cannes
19 March, 2008 | By Wendy Mitchell http://www.screendaily.com The London Australian Film Festival closed March 16 with a record 7,000 attendees in its 14th year. “The audience awards went to Louise Alston’s All My Friends Are Leaving Brisbane for best feature; and a tie of Tim Slade’s 4 and Sunny Abberton & Macario de Souza’s … Continue reading Brisbane, 4, Bra Boys take audience prizes at London Aussie fest – Screen Daily
It was very nice to hear this on the radio this week! Posted by Marc the Movie Guy, December 18, 2007 http://blogs.abc.net.au/triplej/2007/12/summer-movie–.html Are all your friends buggering off overseas leaving you with a substandard job and no-one to twixt your nethers. Fear not, you arent alone. Have a taste of ALL MY FRIENDS ARE LEAVING … Continue reading Triple J Rave Review of All My Friends are Leaving Brisbane
A wonderful review on At the Movies from Margaret and David. Margaret said: “Director, Louise Alston has a good sense of visual comedy and uses her considerable talents in making what is basically a romantic comedy.” David said: “…the film is very nicely written I think and I think there’s an honesty about it. There’s … Continue reading Margaret and David Give AMFALB the tick!
“frisky thesping, quirky scripting and Alston’s confident control of tone and pacing” For more click HERE Continue reading All My Friends Variety Review