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JAMES BENNING RETROSPECTIVE
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CHINA: REBELS, GHOSTS AND ROMANTICS
TRAVELLING FILM FESTIVAL
FREAK ME OUT
SFFTV @ MARTIN PLACE
IAN MCPHERSON MEMORIAL LECTURE
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61ST SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL
Nashen Moodley is in his third year as
SFF Festival Director. Previously he was Head
of Programming at the Durban International
Film Festival for 11 years. He also consults as
Director of AsiaAfrica Programs at the Dubai
International Film Festival.
Jenny Neighbour is SFF Programs Manager
and chief documentary and shorts programmer,
and has been with the festival since 1989.
She has served on juries at the Cork Film
Festival and the inaugural Factual Film Festival.
Gabe Klinger is guest programmer of SFF’s
James Benning retrospective. He is a film
professor, critic, archivist, curator and filmmaker.
His articles have appeared in Sight & Sound,
Film Comment, Cinema Scope and other
publications. He has taught at the University of
Illinois and Columbia College, and has worked
at George Eastman House and MoMA New York.
Shelly Kraicer is guest programmer of
SFF’s Focus on China. A China-based writer,
critic and film curator. He has written for
magazines and journals including Cinema
Scope, Positions, Cineaste, the Village Voice
and Screen International. Since 2007 he has
been a programmer at the Vancouver
International Film Festival, and has worked
as a consultant for the Venice, Udine, Dubai,
and Rotterdam film festivals.
Richard Moore is guest programmer of
SFF’s Altman on Altman retrospective. He is
the former executive producer of TV Arts
at ABC TV, and ex-director of the Brisbane
and Melbourne International Film Festivals.
He is a programmer and producer for the
Melbourne Arts Festival and other events,
and also works as head of theatrical
distribution for Umbrella Entertainment.
No one under 18 is admitted to unclassified SFF
screenings. Children under 18 are only admitted
to classified films with a parent or guardian.
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Richard Kuipers has been guest programmer
of SFF’s Freak Me Out for four years. He is
an Adelaide-based film critic for Variety and
a specialist in cult cinema.
Mathieu Ravier is Program Manager of the
Sydney Film Festival Hub. He is also the director
of the Festivalists, where he runs and curates film
festivals and cultural events.
Malcolm Turner is guest programmer of
SFFTV’s animation program. He is the director
of the Melbourne International Animation
Festival and is a co-director and programmer
of animation festivals in London and New Zealand.
Simon Anlezark is in his first year as SFF
Program Coordinator. He has previously worked
in international film sales and in television
Jessica Ellicott is SFF Materials Coordinator.
Last year she assisted on the online publication
Sydney Film Festival 1954 to Now: A Living Archive.
Sevana Ohandjanian is SFF Online Manager.
She has overseen the Festival’s website and
social media for four years. She is the editor of
literary zine Still Life, and a contributing writer
for The Music.
Melba Proestos is in her first year as SFF
Publications and Content Assistant. She is an
entertainment, travel and lifestyle journalist
and writer, contributing to a number of local
Quentin Turnour is Chief Programmer
at the National Film and Sound Archive.
Jim Poe is SFF Publications and Content
Manager. He has edited the Festival’s program
for five years, and has also managed publications
at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival. He is a music and
film programmer and writer, and contributes to
The Guardian and inthemix.
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL 2014
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