Director Marta Pulk talks about her documentary A year full of drama included in the program Europe! Voices of women in film presented at the virtual edition of the 2020 Sydney Film Festival.
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Seven Finnish women directors question gender stereotypes and the way women’s lives are conditioned in a post-#MeToo era in this clever, provocative fictional anthology.
In this gritty German love story, a former boxer is tested as he tries to keep custody of his children and win over his ex-girlfriend.
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.
Amin Palangi unpacks for FRED a very rich festival that includes 15 features, 6 documentaries and 13 short films, along with masterclasses, panel discussions, an academic session and a book launch.
Beyond the Bolex is a journey into the, until now, untold story of one of the most beloved and widely used pieces of technology in all of film history.
“The 2019 program is jam-packed with extraordinary new Jewish cinema from Israel and the diaspora, with both excellent local productions and acclaimed international stories that will into offer wonderful insight into the unique vibrancy of Jewish culture around the world,” said Jewish International Film Festival Artistic Director, Eddie Tamir.
Man on a bus is a touching story about love, lies and secrets. Eve always had the suspicion that there were untold stories and secrets in her family who survived the Holocaust. As a psychologist and filmmaker she unpacks her family history, discovering the incredible truth about her mother that will change her life forever.
For 20 years the Italian Film festival has presented the best new films from Italy for film-lovers young and old. Critically acclaimed and award-winning films share the spotlight with the biggest box office hits, creating an entertaining line-up for audiences around the country.
The debut feature from director Juan Cáceres is a confronting portrayal of xenophobia and racism in modern Chile.