Sydney Film Festival

Proud supporting partner

UNSW Arts & Social Sciences is the proud supporting partner of the Features program which showcases the very best new cinema from around the world.

The partnership builds on a long history of creative connections between UNSW Arts & Social Sciences and the Sydney Film Festival with a number of UNSW students, staff and alumni involved in this year's event. 

Yeonmi Park

SFF comes to campus 2016: Refugees on Film – Cinema without Borders

On Wednesday 15 June, UNSW Arts & Social Sciences together with Sydney Film Festival hosted a lively panel discussion exploring how cinema can cross borders - portraying them as a place not to divide and exclude, but as meeting places where different people, ideas, images and sounds intermingle freely.

Featuring two special guests from Sydney Film Festival - Belinda Mason and Constance Okot, from the film Constance on the Edge - our panellists all study, teach, research or make films that look beyond divisive borderlines to gateways for greater human understanding and tolerance.

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Love film? So do we!
Love film? So do we! Study film at UNSW School of the Arts & Media

Film Studies at UNSW is one of the most comprehensive and rigorous Film Studies programs in Australia, drawing on the expertise from our nationally recognised scholars.

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