For some, the cosy charm of hot soup specials and turtlenecks has worn off, and seasonal blues beckon for the warmth of spring to hurry up and arrive already. But don’t despair: Ruby Castagnet has you sorted for making it through these last few sniffly months.
Winter is coming. Not to mention everything that comes with it – itchy wool, influenza, seasonal depression and post-graduation crises. But Sydney’s film programmers are here to save you, because where would you rather be snuggled than with a great film?
With the cold, wet months approaching and the temptation to hibernate growing, Little Screen has rounded up some sterling film events that are definitely worth getting the sniffles for this autumn. Enjoy!
Iced vovos and sipping tea through tim tams… Carl Barron makes his cinematic debut as actor and writer in this enjoyable Aussie comedy about the dual nature of fame, healing love and family solidarity.
Aussie/American production ‘The Ever After’ explores a marriage that has flat-lined. The film has an erratic structure, off beat acting and experimental camera techniques, making it a refreshing watch – free of the sugar-coating from the Hollywood factory.