Posted by Audrey Lee on August 3, 2010
Presenting an impressive cross-section of filmmaking talents, the Sydney Underground Film Festival returns with a bold new program for this year’s line-up. Up on their big screen are 89 international premieres of cutting-edge titles that include a controversial documentary South of the Border, Australian film El Monstro Del Mar! and French film Enter the Void, directed by renowned filmmaker Gaspar Noé. Steering clear of the cookie-cutter serving of mainstream cinema, the festival is set to be a true testament to experimental talents and well… it looks to be pretty fun for all.
The Sydney Underground Film Festival takes place from September 9 to 11 at The Factory Theatre, Marrickville. Tickets are now available at http://www.suff.com.au. The festival is included in the prgram for The Sydney Fringe.