Home » Events » Sydney Underground Film Festival
SUFF-2019-Mini-Artwork-Wide

Sydney Underground Film Festival

The Sydney Underground Film Festival (or SUFF as it’s commonly known) showcases quality independent and experimental films across four days and nights in September each year.

It gives alternative and up-and-coming filmmakers exposure by providing them with a platform to show their films to the public.

Sydney Underground Film Festival 2020 Dates, Tickets, Times & Schedule

There’s a wide variety of feature films, documentaries and short films available to see, with many of them pushing the boundaries and challenging traditional filmmaking styles to make them refreshingly unique.

Awards are given to the most outstanding films shown at the festival. Make sure you check the festival program for film descriptions and screening times. You’re bound to find plenty of films that are worth checking out. By going, you’ll be supporting the development of indie films.

The Factory Theatre, where the festival is held, has five cinemas where can buy both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, along with any confectionery and snacks. The festival also has opening and closing night parties where you can mingle with other film buffs.

You can also participate in workshops to develop your own filmmaking skills. These workshops are run by staff from the Sydney College of the Arts at Sydney University. Again, check the festival program for workshops that interest you, so you can book a place and not miss out.

Marrickville is 10 kilometres south-west of the Sydney CBD. Limited street parking is available near the Factory Theatre,  with it also accessible via public transport (bus and train services). It’s a 5-minute bus ride or a 20-minute walk from Newtown station, or a 15-minute walk from Marrickville station.

Event Dates

TBA- September 2020

Event Times

TBA

Venue

The Factory Theatre

Address

Victoria Road
Marrickville, NSW

Contact Details

(02) 9550 3666
hello@suff.com.au

Prices

TBA

Do You Have a Question to Ask?

Click Here to Ask Your Question