Tag: Sydney

The Wolfpack: Another Eccentricity in the Heart of Manhattan

The Wolfpack Dir.Crystal Moselle/ U.S/ Documentary/ 2015/ 80 mins This documentary intimately immerses us in the life of the Angulo family; a family conformed by a Peruvian dad, an American mum and 7 siblings. They all live in Manhattan, and…

Sydney Latin American Film Festival’s 10th Birthday Bash

For your Latin American cultural fix, the Sydney Latin American Film Festival has something, or rather lots of things, for you. It will be all about FIESTA time! This year SLAFF is turning 10 and they have decided to celebrate…

The 9th Sydney Underground Film Festival: Undergroundlicious!

Last Thursday night SUFF began at a very unusual location for film festivals, at the Factory Theatre in Marrickville. It was sponsored by a very unique beer company – a local brewery in Newtown, and screened a very particular 3D…

Sydney Underground Film Festival 2015

Best film events taking place in Sydney this spring

Sydney Film Festival is one of the longest-running film festivals in the world and this year’s attendance was a record 176,000, up 13 per cent on last year’s event. Simon Stone’s The Daughter wowed audiences, Jeremy Sims’s Last Cab To…

Sydney Fashion

Top Sydney Fashion Events in Spring

ydney fashion has made it, undoubtedly, the fashion capital of Australia. The pumping metropolis is home to our favourite local designers who captivate Australian audiences along with international runways. From Mercedes Sydney’s Fashion Festival to one-night-only shindigs; the bustling city…

Heaps Gay Footwork, Sydney

Heaps Gay and Rhythm of the Night: Footwork

Whilst some serious rain descended and forced Sydney-siders to stay locked inside on Sunday (23 August), the keenest day-drinking partiers of us had other ideas. Sydney event hosts Heaps Gay and Rhythm of the Night had teamed up for Footwork, an all-day…

Underground Cinema MONEY

WOW! That is what I said right after this event finished. I have been at many creative, fun and artistic film events in my life, but what the guys from the Underground Cinema put together last Saturday was completely authentic…