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Sydney Intercultural Film Festival: Opening Red Carpet

When:

Thu 14 Nov 2013, 7:00pm

Where: Sydney Town Hall, 483 George Street, Sydney CBD, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Listed by: caroline48

The Film Festival runs from 13-24th at the Belmore Park in Central followed by Red carpet event on on November 13 at the Sydney Square attended by international stars.

In the Sydney Town Hall is celebration of the opening of the Festival by Australian entertainers. On 22nd November is Awards Night at the Sports Centre, Sydney Olympic Park.

For the Opening Night film we’re choosing between one of three films which are: a remake of the film 'From Vegas to Macao' starring Choo Yun Phat; 'Final Recipe' starring Michelle Yeoh, from 'Crouching Tiger and Hidden Dragon' or 'The Terror Live' starring Jeong Woo Ha. For Awards Night Closing screening we have chosen an Australian war film directed by Johan Earl and Adrian Powers ‘Forbidden Ground’ featuring Johan Earl, Tim Pocock, Martin Copping.

We are proud to have World Premiere of ‘Forbidden Ground’ and prouder still to have the stars of the film at the Red carpet event and the Opening and Awards nights. Also at the Awards night is a K-Pop star 'Moon Sherbet' and local multicultural artists.

Competition screening is made up of 30 films in total, 10 each from features, shorts and documentaries. There will also be special screenings of life works from a Hollywood star from Japan, Yakusho Koji and Hollywood Animator Bill Plymton. In addition we have free screenings on non competition films taking place in the parliament House Theatrette in the CBD followed by Hurstville, Campsie, Chatswood, Eastwood, Ryde,

Strathfield, Cabramatta, Burwood and Manly. There will also be special screenings on the Showboats on Sydney Harbour on 15, 19, 20, 21 November.