SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL 2018

THE REVIEWS

FESTIVAL FEATURE
By Charlie David Page
31st May 2018

The Sydney Film Festival shines a light on the best Australian and foreign cinema when it hits Sydney's big screens from the 6th to the 17th June 2018.

The SWITCH team have done some of the hard work and checked out the best of this year's offerings. Take a look through our reviews below, and check back regularly as we add more throughout the festival.

RELATEDSYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL 2018First films of this year's festival announced
RELATEDFOXTROTAn unpredictable drama that dances to its own beat
RELATEDTHE BREADWINNERThe power of storytelling and the human spirit
RELATEDTHE BREAKER UPPERERSAnother soon-to-be New Zealand comedy classic
RELATEDDISOBEDIENCEAn emotionally rich collision of faith and desire
RELATEDUPGRADEFuturism and face-smashing action
RELATEDROCKABULChanging minds through music
RELATEDWESTWOOD: PUNK, ICON, ACTIVISTPunk's not dead
RELATEDGENESIS 2.0The next age of man?
RELATEDTHE ICE KINGSo much more than a champion figure skater
RELATEDSAMUI SONGA twisty, noir-ish exploration of female identity in Thailand
RELATEDHARD PAINTA colourful addition to cinema's queer comeback
RELATEDWRATH OF SILENCEAction-filled mystery and scathing social critique
RELATEDTHE INSULTA brilliant examination of the nature of conflict
RELATEDLEAVE NO TRACEOverflowing with hope and compassion
RELATEDMIRAIA magical journey through childhood
RELATEDHEARTS BEAT LOUDAn incomplete medley
RELATEDTHE FIELD GUIDE TO EVILAn uneven assortment of international terrors
RELATEDA VIGILANTEA timely blow to the throat of toxic masculinity
RELATEDJILL BILCOCK: DANCING THE INVISIBLEA fascinating portrait of an Australian cinema icon
RELATEDJILL BILCOCK: DANCING THE INVISIBLEA fascinating portrait of an Australian cinema icon
RELATEDTHREE IDENTICAL STRANGERSTriple the twists and turns
TRENDINGWIN RIDE LIKE A GIRLMichelle Payne's Melbourne Cup win rides onto the big screen
TRENDINGWIN SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARKTerrifying tales come to life
TRENDINGDREAMLANDSurrealist noir
TRENDINGBACKTRACK BOYSHeart-rending and inspiring
TRENDINGDOWNTON ABBEYTransition from TV to film not as classy as expected
TRENDINGBRAIDA dark and unhinged fairytale
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