For Film’s Sake Festival

For Film’s Sake Festival Review: Dust Cloth (Turkey, 2016) is a subtle and well-intentioned character study

April 26, 2017

Dust Cloth (Toz Bezi) is the sort of film you’d get if you crossed Phil Collins’ “Another Day in Paradise” with Radiohead’s “No Surprises.” It’s the subtle, everyday story that shows the poverty that two working class women in Istanbul endure. While it is a well-observed and well-intentioned tale, this is also a character study that is a bit too meandering and slow for its own benefit.... Continue Reading

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Film Review: Festival bound Supergirl (USA, 2016) is an inspiring documentary about achieving the impossible

April 24, 2017

It’s a bird…it’s a plane…it’s Supergirl! The documentary, Supergirl is a film about an American girl with superhuman strength. It’s an inspirational story that is about kicking down barriers and achieving the impossible in the competitive world/sport that is powerlifting.... Continue Reading

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Win a double pass to For Film’s Sake Festival to see a film of your choice in Sydney

April 11, 2017

April is shaping up to be an absolute cracker for Sydney peeps. The For Film’s Sake Festival (formerly WOW) runs from April 26th to 30th.... Continue Reading

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Sydney’s For Film’s Sake Festival releases 2017 program showcasing female and minority filmmakers

April 5, 2017

The For Film’s Sake Festival (formerly WOW), a film festival focused on showcasing female and minority filmmakers to help thrive within the Australian Film Industry has released its 2017 program.... Continue Reading

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