You can stream a number of amazing films on demand.
The Sydney Underground Film Festival — home to heaps of cult, underground and independent films has announced its 2021 return. And this time round, like almost every other event its going virtual.
Running from September 9-26, you can stream up to 30 feature films and documentaries — including 20 Australian premieres, and over 100 shorts across 9 themed sessions. Special virtual events also include Q&A’s, bonus content, plus a screening of the Take48 challenge films that can be enjoyed globally.
The TAKE48 film challenge will take place for 48 hours from Friday September 3 to Sunday September 5 and will put to test the knowledge of budding and established filmmakers. This year the competition is online giving everyone across Australia a chance to participate.
Highlights of this years program also include opening film Sweetie, You Won’t Believe It, an unbridled and hilarious road trip film from Kazakhstan – based director Yernar Nurgaliyev. The film will be screened after a welcome address on Thursday, September 9 at 8pm.
Homegrown film The Land about a local hunter and a grieving lawyer directed by Robin Wright is also part of the schedule.
In times like these, we need some good old escapism more than ever before. Thankfully, feel-good movies like Alien on Stage — centred around a bunch of UK bus drivers who create a serious stage adaptation of classic sci-fi horror film Alien and documentary Cannon Arm And The Arcade Quest are in the offing.
Music lovers can look forward to Fanny: The Right to Rock, an inside look at the Filipina American garage band that transformed into the savage rock group Fanny and Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché among others.
Find the full list of titles here.
What: Sydney Underground Film Festival
When: September 9-26
Where: Available to watch at https://www.suff.com.au/
Price: $12 per session or $195 for a complete film pass
SEE ALSO: A New Streaming Service Has Launched In Australia And It’s Armed With Some Great Shows And Movies