FILM: SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL @ CASULA POWERHOUSE: LONG WAY NORTH (G)
12 Jun 2016 | 2pm Film screeningBook Tickets
Gorgeously animated and joyously told, this enchanting tale of a girl’s journey to the North Pole to find her long-lost grandfather will charm audiences young and old.
Sasha is convinced that her beloved grandfather’s attempt to discover the North Pole was not in vain. Both the 19th century Russian Court and Sasha’s family have given up on ever seeing him or his famous ship again, but 15-year-old Sasha is both loving and courageous. She sets out to prove them all wrong, by retracing her grandfather’s journey. Sasha faces many challenges searching in the freezing Arctic Circle with a crew of rowdy and rebellious sailors, but it’s what she must do to restore her family’s honour. Fans of female-led adventure stories such as Brave and Frozen will be equally captivated by this splendid tale, an audience award winner at the 2015 Annecy Animation Film Festival.
Screens with Accidents, Blunders and Calamities
Original Title Tout en haut du monde
Director Rémi Chayé
Screenwriter Claire Paoletti, Patricia Valeix, Fabrice de Costil
Producer Ron Dyens, Claus Toksvig, Henri Magalon
Editor Benjamin Massoubre
Cast Christa Théret, Féodor Aktine, Antony Hickling
Country France, Denmark | Language in English
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FILM: SCREEN AUSTRALIA AND FELIX MEDIA PRESENT JIRGA
28 Sep 2018
7.30pm - 9.15pm
Former Australian soldier, Mike returns to Afghanistan to find the family of a civilian he accidentally killed during the war. Seeking forgiveness, he puts his life in the hands of the village justice system – the Jirga.