Director: Daniel Seif
Runtime: 12 Minutes
English subtitles: Yes
Cast: Joseph Acaf, Rayan Dacc,
Showing as part of the 2018 St.George Lebanese Film Festival (LFF), in partnership with the Australian Film and Television Radio School (AFTRS), this session includes the screening of three short films sourced from Lebanon's most renowned film schools: The Shield That I Carry, My Uncle and I and Black Friday. Refer below for film synopsis'.
Prior to the screening, join us for drinks and nibbles at Bar LFF, where you can sample a selection of Lebanese Wine and Beer available for purchase.
My Uncle and I
Daniel is a 10-year old Lebanese who leads a simple childhood. His biggest inspiration is his 50-year old uncle, Tony. As a restaurant owner, a proud uncle, and an individual surrounded by friends, Tony has it all. He's nostalgic, sensitive, and generous. Maybe too picky for a middle aged man, but the one thing he truly and obviously lacks is a sweetheart. Daniel will do everything in his power to see him happy again. Set in 2007, this melodramatic comedy unfolds as Daniel goes on a mission to find his uncle's better half.
Sydney | Sunday, 26 August at 2pm. AFTRS at Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park. This is a short film session co-presented with AFTRS. Free admission to all films.
Note: All films exempt from classification unless otherwise noted. We recommend this film has an equivalent rating to 'M' - a film for mature audiences ages 15 years and over.