Sydney Film Festival has wrapped once again. There was more festival buzz about the city than ever before this year with free exhibitions, talks, live music, performances and screenings at the Festival Hub, just a short stroll from Vivid’s interactive light show at Circular Quay. For all those who missed out, the students of AFTRS (Australian Film & Television School) have put together a short documentary capturing all the festival action in its various locations. As a true test of their talents, KALEIDOSCOPE: One Audience, Infinite Stories had to be completed within 48 hours.
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