cinema reborn

Cinema Reborn

Cinema Reborn is a new festival focused on screen heritage and preservation, intended to shine a light on the long history of the art of the cinema, the world-wide activity of film restoration and the treasures that exist in the world’s film archives

Sydney (Apr 29 – May 2, 2021), Melbourne, Canberra (May 6-9, 2021)

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Whatever happened to this movie. The second screen adaptation of a David Williamson play doesn't seem to have appeared on DVD or any streaming service.
Back from the 14th July. Check the website in the comment below for details. (They need to update their  website image.)
Sydney Film Festival is back with a virtual program available across Australia from 10-21 June.

Choose from 33 eye-opening films from 12 countries, including 16 World Premieres, bringing together stories from trailblazing Australian and European filmmakers. 

Take your pick of how you view the lineup – from the whole program or just the competition contenders; to short films or just one movie – any day or any time during the Festival period. 
Single Tickets $14 
Access Full Festival Bundle $199  
DAF Award for Best Australian Documentary Bundle $99 
Europe! Voices of Women in Film Bundle $99 
Dendy Awards for Australian Short Films + Screenability Bundle $14 
Screenability Bundle $5 
Plus, there's plenty of bonus material exclusively filmed for SFF, including filmmaker introductions, discussions, and live panels. Pictures is the new Australian documentary A HUNDRED YEARS OF HAPPINESS (Jakeb Anhvu)