Sydney Film Festival 2014

Sydney Film Festival 2014

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Sydney Film Festival is one of the world’s longest-running film festivals, celebrating its 60t edition in 2013! The 12-day festival screens feature films, documentaries, short films and animation from around the world in venues across the city, including the State Theatre. This year’s festival is held from 5

– 16 June 2013.

Explore the program:
- Browse the program by name, date, venue, director, country and language
- Browse ‘What’s On’ at the festival daily
- Find out whether sessions are Selling Fast or Sold Out – try not to miss out!
- Read event information and watch film trailers
- Find your way around Sydney with maps for Venues and Dining Partners

Buy and download tickets:
- Buy tickets securely with your credit card anywhere, anytime
- Buy passes and redeem films immediately
- Go paperless: download tickets to be scanned at the cinema door
- Add your films to calendar

Schedule your attendance and share with friends:
- Create a shortlist of events through Wishlist
- Share events through email, Twitter and Facebook
- Share your ticketed sessions with friends through email or add them to calendar
- Follow the festival through Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram feeds
- Want to be part of the conversation? Include #sydfilmfest in your tweets.

ABOUT THE DEVELOPERS:
Ferve Tickets (previously eFirst) has been working with festivals in Australia for the last decade, setting up customised ticketing systems to deliver a smooth, stress-free festival experience – for both staff and customers.

ABOUT SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL:
Sydney Film Festival is one of the world’s longest-running film festivals, celebrating its 60th edition in 2013! The 12-day festival screens feature films, documentaries, short films and animation from around the world in venues across the city including the State Theatre, Event Cinemas George Street, Dendy Opera

Quays, the Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace in Cremorne and the Art Gallery of NSW. SFF also takes place at Apple Store Sydney, SFFTV @ Martin Place and Grasshopper Lounge. The Sydney Film Festival Hub @ Lower Town Hall returns, featuring free exhibitions, talks, panels, parties, live music, performances,

DJs, a discount ticket booth and more.

The festival hosts a number of awards to recognise excellence in filmmaking, including the Dendy Awards for Australian Short Films, (which are Academy Award eligible), the FOXTEL Australian Documentary Prize and the Official Competition, which celebrates ‘courageous, audacious and cutting-edge filmmaking’.

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Recently changed in this version

SFF2014 update:
Version 2.5 (version code 34): Browse by date to display the current date.
Version 2.5: Fix loading free tickets issue on Nexus 5.
Version 2.4: Fix crashing on open the app.
Version 2.4: Fix issue with QR barcode (Android 4.3, 4.4).


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Comments and ratings for Sydney Film Festival 2014
  • (51 stars)

    by Adeline Teoh on 12/06/2014

    Far easier to use than the website for displaying and scanning tix.

  • (51 stars)

    by rebecca jordan on 11/06/2014

    It's not a bad app. My biggest gripe is when you search for sessions via date...you still have to scroll through all the sessions that have already screened since the start of the festival.

  • (51 stars)

    by brian were on 11/06/2014

    Good place to get SFF info in general. Although the UI needs work, e.g bit clunky, program landing is always set to day 1 of the festival, not conducive for quick easy access, which would be the advantage of having it on a handheld device. Good start, will be better next year I bet

  • (51 stars)

    by Rishi Sahgal on 11/06/2014

    Crashes all the time. Don't you guys test your apps before releasing them?

  • (51 stars)

    by Sujeev Vijeyakumaar on 09/06/2014

    It's obviously just been copy/pasted from an iOS version, with no Android design or consideration at all. Also doesn't look like there's an offline mode for tickets which is crappy considering the reception in cinemas and mobile providers constantly dropping out.

  • (51 stars)

    by julie lawless on 08/06/2014

    This is potentially a fantastic app but it's still incredibly buggy. I'd still recommend getting it over *not* getting it as it's so handy when it does what it's meant to do- it has no offline functionality so you'll still need to print tix. And make sure the movie you've clicked on is the movie you're looking at- I've almost bought tickets to the wrong thing a couple of times because it sometimes

  • (51 stars)

    by Alex Metcalf on 07/06/2014

    Useful way to sort through sff info