Friday, 7 May 2010

Sydney Film Festival 2010

The Sydney Film Festival have announced their program today and there are some  magical films for little kids  but it would have been great to have seen a wider selection for older children within the family programming. The  festival is a fantastic opportunity to introduce  your children  to different experiences and worlds. We are all very keen to check out Twigson, a box office hit in Norway about a young boy who has moved to the country and befriends a twig! 

The Family Program features:
├ůSLEIK ENGMARK | NORWAY | 75 MINS
Saturday 12th June | 12.30 pm | Event Cinemas
Monday 14th June |  4.00 pm | Event Cinemas
Bookings
RINTARO | JAPAN | 87 MINS
A little girl in a penguin suit helps out a goblin village - a charming kids' animation.
Saturday 5 June | 2.00pm | Event Cinemas
Sunday 6th June | 12.00pm | Event Cinemas
KOJI MASUNARI | JAPAN | 136 MINS
An animated space adventure for the whole family, selected for the 2010 Berlin Film Festival.
Sunday 6 June |  2.15pm | Event Cinemas
Sunday 13 June | 2.15pm | Event Cinemas

NICK STRINGER | UK-AUSTRIA-GERMANY | 80 MINS
A tiny loggerhead's epic voyage across the oceans
Saturday 12 June | 2.15pm | Event Cinemas
Sunday 13th June 1230pm | Event Cinemas
Monday 14th June 1200pm | Event Cinemas
MAMORU HOSODA | JAPAN | 114 MINS
From the director of The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, a wonderful anime mash of Japanese tradition and internet mayhem.

Within the program we love the look of these films for young yet mature cinema audiences:
ADRIAN GRENIER | USA | 91 MINS
Adrian Greiner (Entourage) investigates the paparazzo phenomenon, in particular one 13-year-old snapper.

SYLVAIN CHOMET | FRANCE-UK | 80 MINS

TAIKA WAITITI | NEW ZEALAND | 88 MINS
Taika Waititi's magical follow-up to Eagle vs Shark is a rollicking coming-of-age film that affectionately lampoons the crazes of the eighties.




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For bookings and complete program visit http://www.sff.org.au

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