Tickets and program launched for the ninth Castlemaine Documentary Festival
This year, we let the voices speak and hear what they have to say to us.
They are as entertaining as they are authoritative and generous, challenging our preconceived notions and norms, and inviting us to step into the lives of others and see their worlds.
Some festival highlights :
LOCALS on the Friday night, which features new short-form storytelling from our local creatives.
Party night on Saturday with the screening of The Thief Collector and Castlemaine’s favourite dance band M79.
1925 silent masterpiece Grass with live score by ZÖJ on the Sunday
World Premiere of ‘Equal the Contest’ by local filmmaker Mitch Nivalis
SensiLab explorations into new storytelling technologies using augmented and extended reality at the Phee Broadway Theatre.
Micro-cinema and interactive games at the Yurt on the Western Reserve
Go online to read about the films and experiences in greater detail and to purchase tickets : cdocff.com.au
Real Stories. Real Issues. Real Characters. Real Conversations.
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