The Castlemaine Documentary Film Festival (CDOC) is an annual event showcasing a series of fascinating worlds populated by even more fascinating characters

Castlemaine [Vic] (Jul 19-21, 2019)

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Afghanistan’s first psychedelic metal band will hopefully not be their last ...
Number 37

Number 37

There have been a lot of adaptations, homages or films otherwise inspired by Rear Window; ...
The Drummer and the Keeper

The Drummer and the Keeper

Casting matters. So does chemistry ...
The Seen and Unseen

The Seen and Unseen

Most stories are better without a sledgehammer to drive it’s point home, though subtlety doesn’t ...
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Get your copy of the The Age this Saturday!  It contains a new Daylesford and Macedon Tourism Life Magazine showcasing all the great things to see and do in the region over winter - and we might just be making an appearance or two.
Visit Melbourne
It does feel a bit that way.
#Repost @newkindfestival
Exciting times when children start behaving like leaders and leaders behave like children... exciting times indeed.
Sharing another beautiful image by @brenna_quinlan
Plenty of adventures from around the world coming your way at the Castlemaine Documentary Film Festival - 19-21 July at the Theatre Royal CastlemaineProgram announcement in June - we're super excited to share it with you!Plan an immersive weekend experience and tell your friends. ♥
'I'm black and I'm proud.'
A moment in history we will never forget.
Just over 26 years ago.
Still one of the most significant images of all time.
A picture truly is worth 1,000 words.
The importance of storytelling summed up so beautifully.The Castlemaine Documentary Film Festival will be sharing stories on the big screen at the iconic Theatre Royal in Castlemaine, regional Victoria,  19-21 July 2019.Save the dates now!
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Robert Redford, President and Founder, SUNDANCE INSTITUTE: For me, the highlight of each Sundance is when Bob appears on stage at opening night, reminding us of the importance of telling stories, of independent filmmaking and taking risks. “Allow yourself to be challenged, to open yourself up to new voices and diverse perspectives - join me in supporting all of our artists who bravely explore and share deeply personal stories with fierce independence.” Congratulations on that bold vision for the Institute back in ‘81, and what you have created and achieved since then with that first $20k grant!!
Our motto for 2019.
Thanks to Richard Flanagan for permission to use it.Save the dates; it's going to be a cracker.We have some very exciting announcements due next month.
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Vale Agnes Varda.
A pioneer and an incredibly creative and humorous woman.
Thanks for leaving such an amazing legacy.The BBC sums it up beautifully here
Who's steering this ship?
Meet the C-Doc Board of Directors.
L to R: Kylie Pascoe, Derek Guille, Geoffrey Smith (Artistic Director), Denise Button (Festival General Manager), Alex Kelly, Marylou Verberne (Deputy Chair)
Seated L to R: Cindy Moussi (Chair) and Tony Nagle.To stay in the know about all things C-Doc,  head to our website and sign up for e-news - to Craig Terry for the photo.
Castlemaine Documentary Film Festival (C-Doc)
It's the stories behind the stories that keep our audiences coming back.Save the dates: 19-21 July 2019Sign up for breaking news at
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