The Sydney Underground Film Festival was a great success this year – bigger and better than ever and certainly launched itself with a bang by showing the crowd-pleasing Oliver Stone flick South of the Border – a brilliantly subversive flick which gave instant context to what the word “underground” is all about.
Following the screening the night became a huge party and being from the foodie / cafe lifestyle aspect of the filmgoing public, we mightily enjoyed the canapes by Pie Face and the wines by Rosnay Organic Vineyard.
Here’s a selection of pics of the arty creatives who were universally upbeat all night long as they enjoyed the world of filmmaking – being around peers who make film to challenge conventions whether political or artistic.
For more on the event – so you can put it in your diary for next year, check out www.suff.com.au
Hot Bar Right Now: Absinthe Salon
Socialising: The Sydney Good Food & Wine Show
Celeb Interview: Max Markson’s Favourite Cafes & Bars
Performing French: Paris Cake Shop & their Croqu’embouche
Healing thru the Gut: Health in a Bag Gluten-free Wholefoods
Darlinghurst, Cocktail Bars, High Tea
Richly decorated in British-Raj style, this exotic dining room and award-winning cocktail bar exude bon-vivant chic. The martinis are so good, and the wines so irresistible, that our pathetic photographer ended up sleeping in his car …