Headshot selected for Sydney Underground Film Festival

Posted on July 22, 2009

By Jennifer Lyon Bell

We're happy to announce that Headshot was officially selected for the Sydney Underground Film Festival, which screens "unique, quality independent films that transgress the status quo and challenge the conservative conventions of filmmaking." Headshot will be included as part of their "Love/Sick" evening program.

Haven’t had a chance to see Headshot? We’re happy to announce that Headshot will screen as part of the Love/Sick Program at the Sydney Underground Film Festival this year.

 

DATE: September 12, 2009 – Love/Sick Program
TIME: 10:30pm
PLACE: The Factory Theater, Main Cinema
TICKETS: Buy online here
INFO: www.sydneyundergroundfilmfestival.com

 

About the festival:

  • The Sydney Underground Film Festival provides a platform for exhibition, exposure and critical discussion and is organised by a committed group of filmmakers, who understand the need for a sustainable and thriving alternative film culture. The organisers are devoted to renewing local interest in independent and experimental film as part of an international underground film culture.
  • The festival will only program unique, quality independent films that transgress the status quo and challenge the conservative conventions of filmmaking. The festival aims to change an engrained culture of cinematic complacency and revitalize an enthusiasm for cinema.

 

The festival runs from September 11-14, 2009.

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