Sydney Underground Film Festival

The Sydney Underground Film Festival provides filmmakers (especially those who work outside mainstream infrastructures) with a platform for exhibition, exposure and critical discussion

Sydney (September 2021)

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Alice

Alice

Alice, abruptly discovering that her life savings were depleted by her husband’s use of escort ...
Tone-Deaf

Tone-Deaf

Millennials! Baby boomers! Cinema’s just only catching up on this trove of terror and the ...
Greener Grass

Greener Grass

An appropriately bizarre addition to this year’s Sydney Underground Film Festival, Greener Grass wants you ...
The Art of Self-Defense

The Art of Self-Defense

They’re men! Men in belts, tight belts! They roam around the dojo looking for fights! ...
Dreamland

Dreamland

Defying straightforward explanation, the first of three imminent flicks titled Dreamland will surely be the ...
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Thanks to Sony Australia the Best Australian Film for 2020 will receive a ZV-1 CAMERA valued at $1,299! The SUFF 2020 jury panel consists of Mu-Meson Archives underground cult legends Jay Katz and Miss Death. Plus Junkee / VICE / Guardian Australia writer and critic Michael Sun and Karina Libbey, Program Manager at the NFSA - National Film and Sound Archive of Australia
"SUFF is a weekend of warped, outré and extreme cinema that goes to places the other festivals rarely do. It’s one of the best film festivals on the Sydney calendar because it’s unafraid of pushing the envelope, whether in terms of horror, violence, drugs, sex, politics, the media, or just sheer weirdness. In 2020, its 14th year, SUFF is going digital, streaming to viewers’ homes for the first time. On the downside, you don’t get to experience the frisson of watching with an audience. On the plus side, anyone in the world with an internet connection can tune in, rather than just those who can schlep it to the Factory Theatre." - Top Things to do this September! Time Out Sydney Still from 'F*cking Ghosts', Dir Jason Cook, 2020, USA