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Saturday 11 February - Tuesday 21 February 2006

Documentaries from Kenya to Coburg that show it like it is.

In 2006, Australia's only documentary film festival dedicated exclusively to the art of documentary turns its focus to films and filmmakers originating from the Commonwealth.

Ranging form the intensely political to the sublimely artistic, the program celebrates a breadth of documentary production styles and reveals that nothing is stranger, or more fascinating, than real life.

The festival showcases numerous Australian and world permiere screenings, presents a range of events with visiting international and Australian filmmakers, and coincides with the Australian International Documentary Conference.  

All screenings are unclassified and admission is restricted to 18+ unless otherwise stated

Full $13 Concession $10
Six Session Pass: Full $60 Concession $48
Six Session Pass for AIDC delegates: $40 (on presentation of AIDC registration/ID)

Real Life on Film is part of Festival Melbourne2006, the cultural festival of the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games. Festival Melbourne2006 celebrates the breadth and depth of culture and art from across the Commonwealth. It is proudly supported by the Victorian and Australian Governments and is an integral part of the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games.

Credits ACMI Head of Film Programs: Clare Stewart. Real Life on Film team: Richard Moore (Producer/Programmer), Roberta Ciabarra (Programmer), Alexandra Graham (Administrator), Selection Advisors: Franco di Chiera, Natasha Gadd, Judy Menczel, Don Parham, Sue Silberberg, David Tiley.

Sat 11 Feb - Tue 21 Feb 2006
 
 
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