Sydney Film Festival 2022 opens after two years of disruption

The 69th edition of SFF returned to an in-person format this evening as guests gathered to celebrate the opening night film, We Are Still Here.
We Are Still Here film 2022.

The 69th Sydney Film Festival (8–19 June) opened tonight at the State Theatre with the World Premiere of the First Nations anthology feature film We Are Still Here.

After two COVID-interrupted years, Festival Director Nashen Moodley was excited to welcome audiences back. The packed auditorium included We Are Still Here’s Australian directors Beck Cole, Tracey Rigney, Dena Curtis, New Zealand directors Tim Worrall, Richard Curtis, Renae Maihi, Miki Magasiva, Chantelle Burgoyne, and producers Mitchell Stanley, Toni Stowers and Mia Henry-Teirney.

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