A blackly comedic drama about an overworked and repressed Cypriot housewife who – once she hits menopause – dreams of violent rebellion against her sexist husband.
Tag: Sydney Film Festival
A touching documentary about a community trying to survive austerity and revive commerce in their tiny Greek village, by marketing their organic tomato goods as trendy delicacies.
Ásthildur Kjartansdóttir’s assured feature debut focuses on a journalist who invites three immigrant women to share her house in Reykjavik. Division and discord soon arise.
Dirty deals and double crosses are served up with the caviar in director Elena Tikhonova’s colourful comic caper about a Russian oligarch’s shady real estate scheme in Austria.
Retrospekt is a riveting drama about domestic violence, trauma and memory, part psychological thriller, part experiment.
Carolina Hellsgård’s arresting second feature brings a vibrant new perspective to the zombie movie. This female-focused vision of the apocalypse is provocative and poetic.
The world’s best new films come to Sydney every June for 12 days and nights of inspiring and entertaining premieres to see the greatest, strangest and most exciting work that cinema has to offer.
An unusual love triangle plays out in the shadow of the Kosovo War. A compelling debut film about an impending marriage jeopardised by the arrival of a former lover.
The world’s best new films come to Sydney every June for 12 days and nights of inspiring and entertaining premieres, talks and parties.
From every angle…the best of world cinema brought to Sydney by one of oldest film festivals in the world…64 years young