SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES FAMILY-FRIENDLY FILMS
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“ 'Emu Runner' follows a young Indigenous girl who forms a very special bond with a wild emu, made in collaboration with the Indigenous community of Brewarrina; 'Ringside' shines a light on the travails and triumphs of two young aspiring professional boxers from Chicago’s impoverished South Side; and 'Stupid Young Heart' is a fresh, edgy drama tackling first love and politics in Northern Europe,” she said.
“Other animated hits include 'Tito and the Birds', about 10-year-old Tito and his feathered friends as they save the world from an epidemic of fear; and 'Minuscule: Mandibles From Far Away', diving into the delightful world of insects,” she said.
Since 2016, changes to classification restrictions have made over 50% of the Festival program accessible to audiences 15+. The return of the Youth Pass provides cheaper tickets to film lovers aged 18-24. Festival films now cost young people just $75 for a bundle of six-tickets. Tickets for under 18s are just $14.
The full Sydney Film Festival program is announced on Wednesday 8 May 2019.
Flexipasses and subscriptions to Sydney Film Festival 2019 are on sale now.
Call 1300 733 733 or visit sff.org.au for more information.