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SYDNEY UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL 2015Sep 16, 2015


Sydney gears up for the ultimate film festival for cult and underground aficionados with a killer line up for the 2015 Festival.

Taking place 17th -20th September this year, Sydney Underground Film Festival 2015 will bring about the best underground films on offer, drawing crowds of film buffs from all corners of the state.

“Over four big days, the Festival will screen over 100 films sourced from the very best in subversive, experimental, and controversial films internationally, including featuring Australian premieres, retrospectives and Q&A screenings alongside masterclasses and special musical performances.

– SUFF Media Release, 6/9/15

Check out the provocative ‘Love in 3D’ by popular writer and director, Gaspar Noe. A controversial tale with an autobiographical storyline that premiered at this year’s Cannes film Festival.

Prepare to feel sexploited on closing night with Eli Roth’s ‘Knock Knock’. A twisted thriller featuring the never-aging Keanu Reeves.

“Over the past year, we have scoured the globe for the most subversive, off the wall and out there films we could possibly find. The resulting program is a celebration of everything that cinema should be; challenging, intimate, frightening, playful and fun, and we can’t wait to share it with Sydney.”

– Festival director, Stefan Popescu

With multiple award winning, jaw dropping, mind blowing films over the chocka-blocked four days, the Sydney Underground Film Festival is set to impress!

Get your tickets here!

 

EVENT INFORMATION

DATES: 17th – 20th September, 2015

LOCATION: The Factory Theatre, 105 Victoria Rd, Marrickville

TIMES: Various

TICKETS: On sale now

 

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