Sydney Film Festival
The 69th Sydney Film Festival will again shine in cinemas across 12 days and evenings from 8-19 June 2022, showing the best, strangest, and most exciting works that cinemas bring to the table. The Sydney Film Festival is a yearly competitive film celebration held in Sydney. Various awards are given, the main one being the Sydney Film Prize.
The festival was inaugurated on 11 June 1954 and was held over four days, with screenings at Sydney University. Participation was at full limit with 1,200 tickets sold at one guinea each. From initiation until 1967, The University of Sydney stayed the annual home of the celebration. The next year, the festival moved to the Wintergarden in Rose Bay where it stayed for the following five years. The historic State theater turned into the home of the celebration in 1974 and stays one of the celebration venues to date. In 2007, the festival presented a series of live gigs, shows, and nightclub-style screenings at the close by Metro theater.
08-19 JUNE 2022
State Theatre Dendy Opera Quays
Event Cinemas George St Sydney
Film Festival Hub Art Gallery of New South Wales Ritz Cinema
Randwick Hoyts Entertainment
Quarter Hayden Orpheum
Cremorne Dendy Newtown Casula Powerhouse
Competition And Film Prizes
Sydney Film Prize
Audience Award for Best Documentary
Australian Documentary Prize
Award for Australian Best Live Action Short Film
he Rouben Mamoulian Award for the Best Director of an Australian Short Film, named after Armenian-American movie and theater chief Rouben Mamoulian
Yoram Gross Animation Award
The CRC Award for Best Australian Feature-length Film with a Multicultural Perspective
Peter Rasmussen Innovation Award
Crowd Award for Best Fiction Feature
Winner Of Sydney Film Prize 2021
Mohammad Raoulof was the winner with the nationality of Iran and the Film was There is no Evil.
Also see: Peak Festival 2022