SFF 2017: director Warwick Thornton on the Southern Cross
The Sydney Film Festival has begun!
The 2017 Sydney Film Festival kicks off tonight with the film We Don’t Need a Map – a new documentary exploring the significance of the Southern Cross to Australia and its culture, plus its association with racism in the aftermath of the Cronulla riots.
We Don’t Need a Map screens again this coming Sunday and Tuesday afternoon.
For tickets and more details, check SFF.org.au.
We Don’t Need a Map is directed by award winning filmmaker Warwick Thornton, who sat down for a chat with 2ser’s Chris Evans.