Curious Films will be living up to its name when it screens three of its unique films at this year's Sydney Film Festival.
The films are Policeman, an Israeli film by director Nadav Lapid, French film Polisse by writer/director Maiwenn, and the world premiere of Miro Bilborough's debut feature, Being Venice.
Policeman tells the story of police officer Yaron's unit and its encounter with a radical and violent group at the centre of the Israeli class war.
In Polisse, the daily grind for the police officers of a child protection unit is explored, and how they balance their work and private lives.
Being Venice tells the story of Venice, who is having trouble with the men in her life.
Peter Grasse, Curious Film executive producer, is looking forward to the festival.
“We are extremely excited to have three unique and decidedly curious films screening at the festival this year,” he said.
For more details about the festival and screening times, visit the Sydney Film Festival website.