SFF @ Casula Powerhouse

Sydney Film Festival, with the support of Liverpool Council, will continue its monthly screening program at the stunning Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre. During the 2016 festival, this included four films over the June long weekend. 

Short Film

Accidents, Blunders and Calamities

This animated bedtime story, read by a father possum, is an A to Z of ways to die at the hands of the most dangerous animal of all… humans.

Angry Indian Goddesses

Dubbed India's answer to Bridesmaids, this female buddy movie from acclaimed director Pan Nalin (Samsara) presents a refreshingly frank portrait of women in India today.


Australian auteur Ivan Sen (Mystery Road, SFF 2013) takes us on a thrilling journey in the world premiere of Goldstone, an ambitious and stunning outback noir that is perfectly executed.

Long Way North

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.


From the director of Once Were Warriors, a stirring drama about the enduring rivalry between two Maori sheep-shearing families and the brave young man who finds a way forward.

Short Film

Spice Sisters

A former Bollywood star is bored and restless with her life. When a popular reality cooking show announces a call for contestants, she decides it's now or never to make a change.