MINI announced as presenting partner for the 2023 Brisbane International Film Festival

Ahead of its launch, the Brisbane International Film Festival (BIFF) – running from October 26th to November 5th, 2023 – has announced its exciting collaboration with MINI as its presenting partner.

As a brand synonymous with style, innovation, and a passion for driving, MINI is the perfect fit for the Brisbane International Film Festival. The festival, known for its celebration of diverse and cutting-edge cinema, aligns seamlessly with MINI’s dedication to pushing boundaries and inspiring a sense of adventure.

“We are delighted to welcome MINI as the presenting partner of the 2023 Brisbane International Film Festival,” said Luke Wheatley, CEO of BIFF. “MINI’s ethos of embracing the unexpected and redefining conventions aligns perfectly with our mission to showcase captivating and thought-provoking films from around the world. This partnership promises to elevate the festival experience for our attendees and create lasting memories.”

The 2023 Brisbane International Film Festival is set to take place from October 26 to November at selected Dendy, Reading and Five Star cinemas locations across Brisbane. The festival will feature a fantastic program that includes Queensland Premieres of international and local films, special screenings, Q&A sessions, and networking opportunities for filmmakers and film enthusiasts alike.

“At MINI, we celebrate individuality, and the brilliant potential in new perspectives and creative ways of thinking.” said Nikesh Gohil, Head of Marketing for MINI Australia and New Zealand. “Partnering with the Brisbane International Film Festival allows us to connect with a diverse and passionate audience who share our values. We are excited to contribute to the festival’s vibrant atmosphere and enhance the experience for film enthusiasts.”

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Peter Gray

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