Spotlights: Bob Connolly

Australia, 2020

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Bob Connolly is an Australian director, cinematographer and author. He’s best known for his documentaries, produced over the past 30 years, including The Highlands Trilogy (1983) and Rats in the Ranks (1996). More recent films include Facing the Music (2001) and Mrs Carey’s Concert (2011). Bob discusses the art of documentary making and acknowledging unconscious bias.

A black and white portrait of filmmaker bob Connolly

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Australia
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2020

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ACMI Identifier

B2004332

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English

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The Story of the Moving Image → Moving Australia → MA-09. Spotlights

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Sound

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Black and White

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