While the Sydney Film Festival (June 3-14, 2015) is yet to announce their full program this year, they've delighted the foodies among us by releasing information about three very special Gourmet Cinema evenings filled with gastronomical and cinematic delights. Blending fine dining with Eden Road Wines and Little Creatures beer, guests can experience a foodie film followed by a three, four or five course prepared by some of Sydney's top chefs.

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The Sydney Film Festival just created the ultimate foodie experience

The first screening, on June 9, marks the Australian premiere of Sergio Herman: F**KING PERFECT ­- a captivating portrait of the famous Dutch chef, followed by a four-course meal at The Bridge Room prepared by Sydney's 2014 Chef of the Year Ross Lusted.

The Sydney Film Festival just created the ultimate foodie experience

Fascinated by the world of food bloggers? Don't miss the screening of the Foodies documentary on June 10. Paired with a three-course menu at Japanese master chef Kimitaka Azuma's namesake  restaurant, it's another culinary experience not to be missed.

The Sydney Film Festival just created the ultimate foodie experience

The third and final Gourmet Cinema dining experience focuses on farm-to-table film Good Things Await - a charming insight into the struggles of an eccentric Danish farmer who supplies produce to the world's best restaurant - NOMA. The screening will be followed by a five-course menu influenced by Danish fine dining at The Governor's Table.

Tickets for each Gourmet Cinema start at $120 person and include food, dinner and drinks. They're on sale now and you can book at sff.org.au

The full Sydney Film festival program will be announced on May 6 at 11am.

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