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The hottest films at Sydney Film Festival!

The hottest films at Sydney Film Festival!

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HAVE YOU GOT YOUR SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL TICKETS?The Festival Opens Tomorrow!Popcorn at the ready! Sydney Film Festival hits Palace Cental, Palace Norton Street and Chauvel Cinema tomorrow, Wednesday 3 November with some of the biggest films from around the world. Hit the Road and Crossing Paths are already sold out – but you can still snap up tickets to other hot ticket films.  Don’t miss The Rescue, the latest nail-biter from the Oscar-winning directors of Free Solo; Hive, the triple Sundance winner; and the mesmerising drama Prayers for the Stolen – Mexico’s 2022 Oscar submission. See more highlights below!TICKETS ARE SELLING FAST – BOOK NOW

Mariner of the Mountains
Fast-tracked from Cannes 2021. Brazilian director Karim Aïnouz ( The Invisible Life of Euridíce Gusmão, SFF 2019) traces his Algerian family’s recent past in this evocative documentary.
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A vibrant and carefree German – Persian nurse finds her world permanently shifted when she becomes the victim of a xenophobic attack, in Eline Gehring’s sensitive debut drama.
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Wild Indian
Direct from Sundance 2021. After covering up the murder of their schoolmate, two cousins are haunted by the consequences decades later in this slow – burning thriller from First Nations filmmaker Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr.
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Honey Cigar
Cultural history and sexual awakening are potently drawn together in the story of Selma, a 17-year-old French-Algerian student in 1990s France. In Competition, Venice Days.
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Like The Wind
Legendary Australian cinematographer Christopher Doyle (In the Mood for Love, Rabbit-Proof Fence) talks about his adventurous life and career in this frank and insightful documentary.
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Swan Song
A fabulously snippy hairdresser (screen legend Udo Kier; Bacurau, SFF 2019) escapes his nursing home and treks across small-town Ohio to fulfil the dying wish of a former client.
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City Hall
A must-see political masterpiece. Award-winning documentarian Frederick Wiseman’s “hypnotically beautiful” chronicle of democracy in action in Boston.
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Why Not You
The sensitive story of Mario, a restless young dancer from a conservative village whose best friend is killed in a deadly attack on a gay bar. Prize-winner at Zurich Film Festival 2020.
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Rehana Maryam Noor
The first Bangladeshi film to make the Cannes Official Selection. A searing drama about a medical professor’s fight for justice against a colleague she believes has abused a student.
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From the Wild Sea
From Berlinale 2021. Volunteers work tirelessly to rescue Europe’s marine life from pollution and violent weather fuelled by climate change in this eye-opening documentary
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