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MIFF 2011: MEET THE DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKERS

(MIFF 2011, Talking Pictures Express)

Meet some of the MIFF 2011's best local documentary filmmakers, talking about the art of nonfiction. Guests include Amiel Courtin-Wilson (Ben Lee: Catch My Disease, MIFF 2011; Bastardy, MIFF 2008), Natalie van den Dungen (Persecution Blues: Battle for the Tote, MIFF 2011) and Genevieve Bailey (I Am Eleven, MIFF 2011), in conversation with award-winning documentary maker John Hughes.

Tuesday 2 August
5.30pm - 6.15pm

Stella Artois Festival Lounge, Forum Theatre

FREE EVENT

Co-presented with doco3000

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