Monday, 16 June 2014

Sydney Film Festival "Together in the dark we share our stories"

I love the Sydney Film Festival. This year was its 60th birthday. Over the past 9 days, I saw 13 feature drama films; 3 classics; 6 documentary features; 4 short documentaries. Can't wait til next year.

The winner of the jury prize was Two Days, One Night, directed by Jean-Pierre et Luc Dardenne

Appropriate Behaviour (USA), Boyhood (USA), The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Her (USA); The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Him (USA), Love Is Strange (USA), Human Capital (France/Italy), Two Days One Night (France/Belgium/Italy), Black Coal  Thin Ice (China/Hong Kong), The Two Faces of Jabuary (US/UK/France), Abuse of Weakness (France/Belgium/Germany), Rock The Casbah (France/Morocco), Gabrielle (Canada)
Rebel Without A Cause
Robert Altman retrospective : A Wedding, Short Cuts
Documentary Features
Sepideh: Reaching For The Stars (Sweden/Norway/Iran/Germany/Denmark), Particle Fever (USA), School of Babel (France), Tim's Vermeer (USA), Dior and I* (France)
Documentary Shorts
The Lion's Mouth Opens (UK), The Queen (Argentina), The Other Woman (Senegal), David Hockney In the Now (USA)

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