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Sunburnt Screens: An Australian Film Odyssey Birdeater + Director Introduction

27 June 2024

In the Playhouse


Australia | 2023 | English | Thriller

This psychological thriller from an Australian directing duo tells the story of a bride-to-be being invited to her own fiancé's bucks party. As the night continues, it starts to take a very dark turn.

This special screening will feature an introduction from film directors Jack Clark and Jim Weir

Devilishly good.

The Daily Beast

Audience Choice Award winner for Best Australian Feature at Sydney Film Festival

A bride-to-be is invited to join her own fiancé’s bachelor party on a remote property in the Australian outback. But as the festivities spiral into beer-soaked chaos, uncomfortable details about their relationship are exposed, and the celebration soon becomes a feral nightmare. A striking and powerful feature debut from Jack Clark and Jim Weir.

Presented by Sydney Opera House with Umbrella Entertainment and hosted by Alexei Toliopoulos


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Cast and credits


Jack Clark, Jim Weir

Ulysses Oliver, Stephanie Troost


Shabana Azeez 
as Irene

Mackenzie Fearnley 
as Louie

Alfie Gledhill 
as Murph

Clementine Anderson 
as Grace

Ben Hunter 
as Dylan

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