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21 October 2017
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Australian Feature Documentaries 2007

Australian feature documentaries promoted at key film markets throughout 2007.

In recognition of the increasing popularity of theatrically-released documentaries, this year's features catalogue contains several feature docos from some of Australia's most talented filmmakers, including Night by festival favourite Lawrence Johnston (Eternity, Life) and Forbidden Lie$ by renowned documentary maker Anna Broinowski (Helen's War, Hell Bento!! ). Also featured is the controversial Bra Boys, a compelling story of surfie outcasts in Sydney's eastern suburbs. Bra Boys broke the opening-weekend box office record for an Australian feature documentary, and after just a few weeks became the highest-grossing Australian theatrical feature documentary ever released.

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Bra Boys

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Forbidden Lie$

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Global Haywire

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God On My Side

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Hunt Angels

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Night

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Women of the Sun: 25 Years Later


Australian Feature Films 2007/08. Please note hard copies are no longer available.