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    The 17th SFS Festival, held in December 2012, marked the end of an era. The last two short dramas cut on a Steenbeck flatbed editing suite, Rach… Read More
    The 17th SFS Festival, held in December 2012, marked the end of an era. The last two short dramas cut on a Steenbeck flatbed editing suite, Rachel Young’s 'Stuck' and Fredrik Nordahl's 'On Your Own', screened at the festival as this was the last semester the film school has thought its students how to edit on film. In homage to film and a technology that has had its very last day in this country, the 17th Sydney Film School Festival also screened a short documentary 'The Work Print' about 16mm film made by the school's graduates Emily Christison (director) and Andrew Sudiro (cinematographer). Read Less
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The 17th SFS Festival, held in December 2012, marked the end of an era.
The last two short dramas cut on a Steenbeck flatbed editing suite, Rachel Young’s 'Stuck' and Fredrik Nordahl's 'On Your Own', screened at the festival as this was the last semester the film school has thought its students how to edit on film.

In homage to film and a technology that has had its very last day in this country, the 17th Sydney Film School Festival also screened a short documentary 'The Work Print' about 16mm film made by the school's graduates Emily Christison (director) and Andrew Sudiro (cinematographer).