From 10-21 June, the Sydney Film Festival screens world premieres of compelling true stories from some of Australia’s most exciting documentary filmmakers, a program of shorts from rising stars of the Australian film industry, and films from Europe’s most cutting-edge female directors.
From director of La La Land, Damien Chazelle a Netflix series where life is like jazz.
From the polish La La Land, Cold War to combining again music and film in The Eddy: Joanna Kulig on finally working with Damien Chazelle.
Turning the story of Sigmund Freud into a horror-thriller TV series.
Sigmund Freud meets famous psychic medium Fleur Salomé: the beginning of FREUD’s dark turn.
Discovering the dark side of Freud.
The importance of the first moments of a film.
Driving forward political and social change via the power of visual storytelling.
A filmic translation of Naoki Higashida’s intimate explanation of autism.
The celebrated photographer in a new, intimate documentary.
A documentary about the late photo artist Lene Marie Fossen, who lived with anorexia from age ten.
A warm depiction of everyday life in a war-torn region full of warmth.
Documentary filmmaking as a powerful tool for discussion on human rights.
What is environmental grief?
Riccardo Scamarcio talks to us about playing two very differing father figures in If Only and Stolen Days.
Ginevra Elkann tells us about making her feature debut with a semi-autobiographical tale in If Only.
Discovering Hillary Rodham Clinton through a 4-part docu-series.
A talk with the Sustainability Coordinator of the Flanders Audiovisual Fund on the importance of green filming.
An update on green sustainability in cinema with the most involved Italian film commission director, Nevina Satta form Sardegna Film Commission.
The Film London procedures in applying the green sustainability protocols to film productions, explained by the COO Daniela Kirchner.
The tale of the life a famous healer and his love story with his assistant. Holland explores again the link between the private and the political.
A sincere laugh, with a bitter taste.
Revelling in time and intimacy.
Meet the Cinema Founders Panel.
Jean-Louis Rodrigue and Kristof Konrad on their Berlinale Talents workshop.
Moving and epic, the story of the pig Gunda and all the animals around her touches and moves , and mesmerizes.
An unusual documentary on rebellion and the violence and stupidity of Ceausescu regime, threatened by a 16 years old kid.
When TV Series are becoming the thing, Berlinale Series is going on stronger as ever, as Julia Fidel tells us.
A talk with David France, brave and committed director of a documentary that is going to shake conscience and governments, on a inhuman gender purge, still going on in Chechnya.
A talk about films and the ideas behind Berlinale 2020 with the new director Carlo Chatrian.