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Sydney — By Lauren Katulka on May 5, 2010 at 1:47 am
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Sydney Film Festival Announces 2010 Program

Sydney Film Festival has unveiled the official program for this year’s event. From June 2 to 14, Sydney will screen 157 films from 47 countries around the world. That includes 92 films never seen before in Oz, and 32 local flicks.

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Miranda Otto in "South Solitary"

Amongst the movies we’ll see are film festival winners Lebanon, Cairo Time, Winter’s Bone, and Honey, and Academy Award nominees Ajami, The Messenger, and The Most Dangerous Man in America.

It all kicks off with the world premiere of South Solitary, an Australian drama starring Barry and Miranda Otto. Our final film is one I’ve been dying to see. The Kids Are All Right is a family drama with an incredible cast, including Annette Bening, Julianne Moore, Mark Ruffalo, and our own Mia Wasikowska.

The movies will screen at a variety of locations around Sydney, including the State Theatre, Sydney Opera House, Event Cinemas on George Street, and the Opera Quays’ Dendy. Head to the Sydney Film Festival website to start finding the flicks you can’t miss!

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