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A curated program of eight film sessions during the 68th SFF
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Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre (CPAC), Liverpool City Council and the Sydney Film Festival have announced that South Western Sydney audiences will once again have a curated program of eight film sessions, during the 68th Sydney Film Festival. These films will screen from 5-4 November 2021 at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, 1 Powerhouse Rd, Casula. Book your tickets now, as they're all selling fast, with the Opening Night film Here Out West, already sold out.

Stay in touch with Casula via their Website where they have other events running throughout the year, including a free online film screening on 9 November. Book here for Bangla, a romantic comedy with a huge heart and charm to match.


Other films from the SFF in this special curated program are as follows.

Felix and the Hidden Treasure (6 Nov), a family animation that follows a fantastic quest to find a missing father and priceless treasure.
Blind Ambition (6 Nov), telling the story of four determinedly optimistic refugees who compete in the World Wine Blind Tasting Championships as Zimbabwe's first-ever representatives.
Nowhere Special (7 Nov), a tender human drama about a terminally ill father searching for a foster family for his son.
River (12 Nov), Jen Peedom and the Australian Chamber Orchestra's latest collaboration, narrated by Willem Dafoe
A Fire Inside (13 Nov), a reflection on Australia's 2019-20 bushfires and the selfless acts of everyday Aussies that inspired the nation.
Hit the Road (13 Nov), a mysterious and raucous feature debut by Panah Panahi, the son of seminal Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi.
When Pomegranates Howl (14 Nov), Iranian-Australian filmmaker Granaz Moussavi's (My Tehran for Sale) tale about a street-smart boy working to support his family in Kabul.


Celebrate big and forget the choc-tops and popcorn. The chefs from the in-house restaurant, Bellbird Dining and Bar will be creating bespoke dinner menus inspired by the films screening on Friday and Saturday evenings. You can also curate your own lunchtime experiences before the Saturday and Sunday afternoon screenings. Go ahead and enjoy a truly multi-sensory experience with contemporary culinary creations prepared by Cordon-Bleu trained Head Chef Federico Rekowski.

If you haven't used your NSW Dine & Discover vouchers, this is the perfect opportunity to enjoy your films and pre-film meals for free! Click here for more info.

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Why? Casula Powerhouse Brings the Best of the Fest to the South West @ SFF 2021
When: 5-14 November 2021
Where: Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, 1 Powerhouse Road, Casula, NSW
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