Trailer released this Friday for Gladstone shot film, Broke

THE first look at Gladstone film Broke will be unveiled this Friday when the trailer is released.

The feature film was shot in Gladstone in 2014.

Producer, and Gladstone man Luke Graham said it was exciting to finally be able to unveil the two minute video.

"It is what it is, everyone gets nervous.

"I'm just hoping that everyone will like it.

"I'm sure the trailer will make everyone excited about it," he said.

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Mr Graham has also been involved in creating Gladstone's first film festival, Capricorn Film Festival, and hosts regular filming workshops.

Broke has been screened at international film festivals, even claiming the Best Film prize at the Kiwi International Film Festival.

Guess what.... We are finally releasing our official trailer at the end of next week !!! Look out for it here and on Youtube. More exciting news on our QLD and NSW Premiere screenings coming soon.

Posted by Broke on Saturday, 30 January 2016

Later this month the film will be featured at the Manchester Film Festival too.

Broke shows the story of BK Kelly, a fallen rugby league star who is battling a gambling addiction.

"We were using (Gladstone residents') houses, as caterers, as extras … It's a real Gladstone film," he said.

Mr Graham will soon announce the Gladstone premiere screening.



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