Why the SPARTACUS film festival is back, but only on the Fox Sports app

SPARTAUS is back.

A new film festival in Australia is set to return to the Sydney Film Festival this year.

The Spartacus Film Festival is a five-day festival that aims to showcase the works of British screenwriter and director David Mamet.

It will kick off in November.

Here are some of the highlights of the new festival.

Film: Spartacus is a film that will be screened in the Spartan Bay Area on Thursday November 7th.

The film is a homage to Mamet’s work, which deals with the spectre of serial killer films and their influence on society.

The event will feature the work of film director David Mack, actors John Cleese, Matt Smith and Peter Dinklage, as well as a host of artists from the Spacian Bay Area, including photographer David Hockley.

The screening will be streamed live on Fox Sports Go.

Film festival: Spent on the floor of the Sydney Writers Festival.

The Sydney Writers’ Festival is the premier Australian literary festival.

The festival is a literary festival with a focus on writers, writers-in-residence and writers-out-of-residency.

The two-day event will be held in the Sydney Town Centre on Thursday December 6th and 8th.

It is the second year the festival has hosted the Spence, who are one of the most prolific and successful Australian writers of all time.

The fest also features a series of readings, events and performances.

Spent: The Festival is not limited to one festival, but is expected to run on multiple nights across Australia.

In addition to Spence Fest, the festival is also taking place in Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney and Brisbane, with the final event taking place on Sunday December 8th at the Gold Coast Writers’ and Performing Arts Centre.

Film Festival: The first-ever film festival for Australian screenwriters in the country will be hosted by film and television director and producer, John Clees, at the Sydney Theatre on Friday December 11th.

Clees will be joined by fellow film director and screenwriter, Simon Cowell, who will be working on his film, The Bends, which will be directed by former Hollywood film star, Joe Swanberg.

Film Festivals in Australia are organised by the National Film and Television School (NFTS), which has been running the festival for over 30 years.