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Sedition Festival

By Irina Dunn If you’re a child of the 70s, or you wish you were a child of the 70s, Sedition Festival has something interesting and exciting to offer you. Loaded with nostalgia, the festival offers a seditious range of 70s entertainment, from cabaret to concerts to art exhibitions to films and talks. Put together […]

Antenna Documentary Film Festival 2014

The Antenna Documentary Film Festival has 35 features from over 20 countries, opening with Bugarach – a film about the small town in France that is predicted to be the only survivor of the Mayan doomsday prophecy. Emerging filmmakers appear alongside established names such as Martin Scorsese and his latest documentary, The 50 Year Argument. […]

Lavazza Italian Film Festival 2014

The Lavazza Italian Film Festival should be a real treat for Sydneysiders, this year’s selection features a wide range of Italian films that promise to bring a dash of Mediterranean romance to Palace cinema locations. Launching the festival with some melody is Marina, an entertaining biopic that tells the true story of singer, songwriter and […]

Scandinavian Film Festival 2014

The inaugural Scandinavian Film Festival comes to Sydney, screening a curated selection of 21 films from Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland and Denmark. The critically acclaimed selection of comedies, dramas and documentaries ensures there’s a film for all tastes. Scandinavian films rarely receive cinematic releases in Australia and this festival allows audiences to experience them as […]


Youth is a gritty and bold crime thriller screening at the 10th AICE Israeli Film Festival. Shaul and Yaki (Eitan & David Cunio) live with their parents  outside Tel Aviv. When financial hardship threatens the family home, the brothers abduct a girl (Gita Amely) from a wealthy Orthodox family, hoping an enormous ransom payment will resolve […]