Sydney Film Festival launches

Sydney Film Festival secures $5m in epic opening night

Sydney Film Festival secures $5m in epic opening night

The 66th Sydney Film Festival launched on Wednesday night to a packed State Theatre, a Create NSW-funded film (Palm Beach) and a $5 million boost from Create NSW to the festival announced by the Premier.

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Screenability opening

Screenability opening

Do you want to see more films where disability leads the narrative? Our Screenability program at the Sydney Film Festival does just that. Come along to the opening of Screenability at the State Theatre, 4pm on 12 June where award-winning US filmmaker Rodney Evans' film Vision Portraits will have its Australian premiere, along with all three of the Create NSW Screenability funded shorts Deluge, Magnetic and Prone to the Drone. Get your tickets today!

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Persian Film Festival submissions

Persian Film Festival submissions

Submissions are now open for the 2019 Persian Film Festival! If you are a filmmaker from Iran, Afghanistan or Tajikistan, anywhere in the world, the Persian Film Festival would love your submissions! The competition for Best Feature and Best Short Film awards is now open, with a jury of five international and Australian filmmakers set to select the winner of the Golden Gazelle Award in each category. Applications close 15 July.

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June 2019

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