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Kate Glover talks about the making of “Mr. Holmes”

Since graduating from Sydney Film School in 2005, Kate Glover has established a successful career abroad with several high-profile film productions to her credit. Based in the United Kingdom, Glover’s expertise is not limited to one area of film making, as she has been a producer, production manager, writer and director in the past.  She has been … Continue reading

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A SFS Q & A with Maya Newell, Director of acclaimed new Australian film ‘Gayby Baby’

After screenings at HotDocs in Toronto, Sydney Film Festival and the Melbourne International Film Festival, Maya Newell’s Gayby Baby has been highly acclaimed by audiences and critics alike and has just been announced as one of the AACTA nominees for Best Feature Length Documentary. 2006 Sydney Film School graduate Newell made Gayby Baby in order … Continue reading

Bergman, Death, and Redemption: reflections on Essential Bergman, Curated by David Stratton
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Bergman, Death, and Redemption: reflections on Essential Bergman, Curated by David Stratton

Originally posted on artemis projects:
For the 62nd Sydney Film Festival Australian film critic David Stratton selected ten “essential” Ingmar Bergman films to screen as part of a major retrospective of the maverick Swedish director. After watching all ten of them, below is an account of my experience: To watch Bergman is to watch a…

A SFS Q&A with Kim Farrant, Director of “Strangerland”
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A SFS Q&A with Kim Farrant, Director of “Strangerland”

Interview and article by Nicole Newton-Plater With her debut feature film Strangerland an incredible hit at both Sundance and this week at the Sydney Film Festival, Kim Farrant is a growing force in film direction that aspiring filmmakers can all learn a great deal from. Starring Nicole Kidman, Hugo Weaving and Joseph Fiennes, her film is presently being praised … Continue reading

The Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media: it’s never too late to return to Sydney Film School
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The Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media: it’s never too late to return to Sydney Film School

Thinking of coming back to Sydney Film School after time away? You are not alone. Whether it’s a simple gap year or a return after a four year absence, we have the perfect avenue for a Diploma graduate to return to the SFS fold: the Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media. We pride ourselves on … Continue reading