Just weeks after unveiling its massive 2022 line-up, the Sydney Film Festival has added a stack of additional films to the mix.
Tarik Saleh’s tense thriller sky boywhich won Best Screenplay at the Cannes Film Festival this year, is among those added to the bill. joylanda trans love story that won the Jury Prize at Cannes and is currently 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, has also been added, along with the terrifying holy spiderthe charming Tori and Lokitaand a stack more.
There is also The stars at noon with Margaret Qualley and Joe Alywn getting carried away in Nicaragua, and the Queer extravaganza Will-O’-the-Wisp‘ featuring naked gay firefighters dancing. ’nuff said.
Sinead O’Connor, who notoriously avoids the spotlight, narrates a documentary revealing his tumultuous and triumphantly self-defined career in Nothing compares joins the Sounds on Screen pane.
The recent winner of the Palme d’Or, triangle of sadness, a satirical black comedy starring Woody Harrelson and directed by Ruben Östland, was also added to the list. Word from Cannes is that it contains an outrageous scene filled with bodily fluids destined to go down in cinematic history and guaranteed to have audiences erupting in howls of laughter. Check out the full list of additions below.
The Sydney Film Festival kicks off on June 8 and will run until June 19. For all ticketing details and screening times, go to the website.
Additions to the 2022 Sydney Film Festival lineup:
THE NIGHT OF 12
TRIANGLE OF SAD
THE STARS AT NOON
TORI AND LOKITA