Saturday, 9 June 2018


 Sydney Film Festival.
The 65th Sydney Film Festival opened this week at the State Theatre with the Australian premiere of New Zealand film The Breaker Upperers.

Festival Director Nashen Moodley opened his seventh Festival to a packed auditorium including the film’s writers-directors-stars Jackie van Beek and Madeleine Sami, alongside Australian actress Celia Pacquola who features in the film.

NSW Minister for the Arts Don Harwin said, “Each year as one of eight UNESCO Cities of Film around the world, Sydney welcomes thousands to take in two weeks of incredible discussion and diversity on the big screen.

“From some of the very best in Australian storytelling to some of the highest profile international highlights, the festival and regional tour that follows is an opportunity to share our passion and diversity for a truly immersive experience of outstanding cinema and culture.”

The Sydney Film Festival will run until 17 June and tickets are on sale now. Call 1300 733 733 or visit

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