Garry Maddox at Sydney Morning Herald highlights both “out-and-out crowd-pleasers” like comedies Blinded by the Light and Brittany Runs a Marathon, as well as “films that will only ever be found at a festival, including a romantic comedy set in the Mongolian wilds (Öndög), another one in war-torn South Sudan (aKasha) and a one-take thriller about a Bangladeshi terrorist attack (Saturday Afternoon).”
Luke Buckmaster at The Guardian selects, “10 things to see and do at SFF 2019, from Bill Murray battling the dead to Breaking Bad’s RJ Mitte talking about authenticity on screen.”
Sarah Ward at Concrete Playground picks out the “homegrown highlights…with Michael Hutchence doco MYSTIFY, the Mia Wasikowska-starring Judy & Punch, Vietnam War era-flick Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan, dystopian sci-fi I Am Mother and Jennifer Kent’s exceptional The Nightingale.”
And Nick Dent at Time Out highlights “the top 12 reasons to be incredibly excited about the Festival this year.”
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