Kristian Fletcher was one of the key people at the forefront of Brisbane's now-flourishing cult/classic cinema scene. From one-off special events to successful cult movie programs, Kristian can be seen at venues all over Brisbane on a regular basis.

In October 2000, aged 17, he began presenting screenings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show with a floorshow by local troupe Cards 4 Sorrow.

It was Rocky Horror which gave Kristian the interest and experience to present other themed cult movie events and he expanded with Able Productions in 2003.

In 2005, he launched Retro-Spekt, a 'travelling' retro dance party which is still seen at venues around Brisbane.

Kristian's events have a distinct 'retro' feel stemming from his love of the 70s/80s and nostalgia.

Kristian is currently working on a book entitled Rocky Road: Confessions of a Cult Movie Exhibitor which will chronicle fifteen years in the industry.

Kristian cites Kate Bush, director John Waters and Madonna as his main influences.

TIMELINE OF EVENTS & VENUES:

Rocky Horror Picture Show screenings with Cards 4 Sorrow floorshow (2000 - present)
Schonell Theatre cult movie events (2000-2004, 2012 - present)
Floating Cinema, Brisbane River (2004)
Monthly Cult Films @ Metro Arts (2005 - 2006 & 2009)
Globe Theatre, Fortitude Valley (2006 - 2011)
Retro-Spekt dance parties (2005 - present)
Room 60 pop-up screenings (2012 - 2014)
Paddo Tavern (2013)
Interactive screenings at Redcliffe Cultural Centre (2012 - present)
New Globe Theatre (2014 - 2018)
Retro's Cocktail Lounge (2015 - present)
New Farm Cinemas (2015-2016)
New Farm Bowls Club (2017 - present)