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Few old blokes, A

Australia, 2005 (MIFF 2006, Documentary Shorts)

Director: Kate Gillick

Gillick's revealing documentary focuses on a group of 'old blokes' residing in a public high-rise. The filmmaker creates a warm and unpretentious story about their daily routines, dreams, dilemmas and disappointments, providing a unique, fascinating perspective on the lives of public housing occupants.

Director Kate Gilick will introduce the session on Monday 7 August, 7pm at ACMI.


D/S Kate Gillick P Terri Soumilas WS Kensington Management Company L English TD video/col/2005/31mins

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