The Hub is the beating heart of the Festival, a meeting place
for film lovers featuring over 30 free events, talks and
performances presented over 11 days and nights. Come in from the
cold and enjoy a drink or a snack from the Little Creatures Bar,
see an exhibition, listen to a talk upstairs, visit the TITLE
pop-up store, recharge your phone and jump on the free wi-fi!
Open daily 5-15 June
Saturday, Sunday and Monday: noon-midnight
All events are FREE unless otherwise indicated
DOWNSTAIRS AT THE HUB
All of us have meaningful objects we carry through our lives,
objects that tell a story about who we are an who we aspire to be,
objects that mean little to anyone else but signify the world to
us. Inspired by the classic film Citizen Kane, Los
Angeles-based Australian photographer Hugh Hamilton brings to SFF a
series of striking portraits of such objects, along with their
owners - a gallery of the brightest talents of the film
Presented in association with Head On Photo Festival and
LITTLE CREATURES BAR
Meet up, eat up, drink up and experience the Festival as an
THE MAIN LOUNGE
Make yourself comfortable in exclusive designer furniture from
Living Edge and Herman Miller, charge your phone, jump on our free
wi-fi, visit the City of Sydney Pop-Up Library and browse trailers
on our SFF Video Jukebox.
DISCOUNT TICKETS Daily, until
Purchase $10 tickets (with no booking fee!) to selected SFF
screenings, only in person at the Hub Ticketing Bar.
FOXTEL AUDIENCE AWARD PHOTO BOOTH
Record a 30-second video review of a Festival film for your chance
to win a 2015 SFF subscription, or strike a pose and take home a
strip of vintage Hollywood glamour!
TITLE POP-UP STORE
A pop-up store for film lovers, featuring a collection of books,
music and movies inspired by this year's program.
PROGRAM GURUS Daily, until
Sit down for a free 10-minute consultation with one of our
friendly film buffs, who will guide you through the line-up and
recommend films or events that best suit your movie-going
FILM CLUB 6-14 June, 5-6pm
Everyone's a critic! Want to chat about the films you've seen at
SFF? Come to this informal and inclusive space hosted by a
different film critic every afternoon.