Sydney Indie Film Festival – Feature Film Dumbbells + Short films! + Guest Filmmaker!
“Blokes Dramedy Night Out!”
And yes, the girls will love it too!
Tonight we start in Romania, with “Veni, Vidi, Fugi I Came I Saw I Fled”, friendships, broken hearts, gangsters, poetry, and all fantasy that European cinema can bring, and then we go to America, and everything that American comedy can deliver, Dumbbells delivers! From great friendships, to bikini girls, cult runaways, sweat, buff dudes, hot chicks, Fabio, evil cults, bankers, relationships, pep talks, Tom Cruise, not Tom Cruise, great quotes and lots of adventures!
Director: Chris Livingston
Cast: Brian Drolet, Hoyt Richards, Taylor Cole, Micea Monroe, Fabio , Jay Mohr, Tom Arnold, Carl Reiner
Synopsis: A buddy comedy set in a struggling fitness club where mayhem ensues when a new owner arrives with the grand scheme to save the gym by turning it into a reality show.
Happy Birthday Mr Quarantino (AUSTRALIA)
Director: Shailla Quadra
Cast: Shailla Quadra, Chase Lee, Matt Oxley, Franck Bossi
Synopsis: How to get a role in a Quarantino Movie!
Umaira is very determined to steal the heart Mr Quarantino and his team!
Is she going to be able to impress them? What’s in the box?
Is it the key to be the next Kill Phill Girl?
Veni, Vidi, Fugi I Came I Saw I Fled (ROMANIA)
Director: Robert Eugen Popa1
Cast: Maia Morgenstern, Geo Dobre , Dorian Boguta
Synopsis: Failing Latin is one thing, but failing in Love is unthinkable! K has no hope until the Roman Poet Ovid materializes in order to not only teach the art of love and help K pass Latin, but more importantly to escape Communist Romania.
Film introduced by Filmmaker Robert Eugen Popa (Veni, Vidi, Fugi I Came I Saw I Fled) followed by Q&A after screenings