Rosnay Sponsors the Sydney Underground Film Festival


Attention film and wine lovers! The 2010 Sydney Underground Film Festival will take place from Thursday 9 September to Saturday 11 September at The Factory Theatre, Marrickville, and will be serving Rosnay wines and olives.

The festival will only program unique, quality independent films that transgress the status quo and challenge the conservative conventions of filmmaking: a perfect match with organic wine. The festival is devoted to renewing local interest in independent and experimental film as part of an international underground film culture and aims to change an engrained culture of cinematic complacency and revitalize an enthusiasm for cinema.

Sponsorship of SUFF builds on Rosnay’s long term support of the Arts including the Peats Ridge Festival and Flickerfest International Film Festival, plus many artists, galleries and musicians.

Those who attended the Flickerfest screening at Rosnay in March will be glad to know that the sponsorship agreement extends to a screening of the “Best of SUFF” at the Rosnay vineyard on Friday 15 October 2010. We expect that the films will kick off at 5.30pm for music, dinner (by RSVP only) and drinks followed by films from 7.00pm. To book for dinner please call 6344 3215 before 11 October if possible.

Do you beleive there is a need for film conventions to be challenged?

4 Replies to “Rosnay Sponsors the Sydney Underground Film Festival”

  • THANKS TO ROSNAY for the wine at the very successful SUFF this year! We had a blast and it was partly thanks to you, Rosnay! We look forward to the screening on the 15 October! We are all very excited for the roadtrip 🙂

  • The team here at the Sydney Underground Film Festival are so excited about the road trip to Rosnay Winery in October! That will surely be a highlight of our year! But firstly, Rosnay being the official wine sponsor at the festival is a truly exciting move and we are happy to share the Rosnay love on opening night – Thursday 9th September! Hope you can join us either in Sydney or at the Rosnay Winery!

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