Fantastic Film Festival 2022 highlights the best alternative films – City Hub Sydney



the Fantasy Film Festival has arrived in Sydney and will launch a program of 24 unconventional, bizarre and cult arthouse feature films from 11 countries around the world, including Canada, Denmark, Japan, UK, South Africa and Greece.

“We are very pleased to present this year’s program. The FFFA offers a journey beyond the convention map and the films we have selected this year come from filmmakers at the forefront of international storytelling”, enthused the artistic director of the FFFA, Hudson Sowada.

Be the first in Australia to watch the opening night The Nordic (UNITED STATES), one of the most anticipated movies of the year starring our very own Nicole Kidman, Alexander Skarsgard, Ethan Hawke and William Dafoe. It’s an action-packed Viking-themed epic that will screen at midnight.

“We are proud to launch the Cinema 1 Nightcluba unique blend of live music, visual art and film, featuring Female DJ Assistant. You can also expect to find nude screenings, DJ performances at the cinema, Dungeons and Dragonsquestions and answers and exceptional short works. »

For the public who would like to discover a perverse film described as “the most disgusting movie ever madeAssholes (US) will not disappoint you. A romantic comedy about two lovers who share an anal fetish, amyl addiction and demonic offspring. Controversial and obscene, it’s not recommended for the most sensitive moviegoers.

Supernatural fans should enjoy good lady (South Africa), a creepy and weirdly twisted horror satire and one of the best haunted house films ever produced. For horrifying and uncomfortable viewing Innocents (Denmark) is mandatory. The story surrounds a group of children who mysteriously acquire and abuse their supernatural powers. You’ll never look at a 12 year old the same way again after watching this beautifully crafted horror movie!


ALL MY FRIENDS HATE ME (UK): Thirty-something Pete has distanced himself from his friends since working overseas. He’s excited about a reunion, but will it be as fun as he planned? A dark comedy that borders on psycho-horror.

POSSESSION (Germany): Ranked as one of the most disturbing films ever made about a marriage breakdown, this film contains elements of horror and thriller. This film was heavily cut when it was released in 1981 and banned in the UK for two decades. The restored version will confuse the public.

THE TIMEKEEPER OF ETERNITY (Greece): A group of strangers wake up on a flight to find that all passengers and crew are missing. But the gravity of these strange occurrences accelerates once the plane lands. Based on the novel by Stephen King The Langoliers.

April 21-May 6. The Ritz Cinema, 45 St Pauls St, Randwick. $17-$21+bf Tickets & Info:


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