Castlemaine Documentary Film Festival

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 17-19, 2020)

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tickets are go......!!!!! check out the website to see the program and to book your tickets! www.cdocff.com.au🎬
THREE NIGHTS / / / THREE FILMS🎬 In 2020 we at the Castlemaine Documentary Film Festival have been forced to change the way we present the Festival. Restrictions placed on public gatherings has meant that our Festival is now completely online. This could be seen as great news! It means no dragging out the winter coats and heading out in the cold night air. You can watch our superlative films from the comfort of your own home in your Sunday best or your Pj's — no matter where you are in Australia or New Zealand! Check our website for details - www.cdocff.com.au🤩
The Castlemaine Documentary Film Festival is pleased to announce its new Board of Directors and staff for 2020 and beyond. From L to R, bottom row: Derek Guille, Leonie Van Eyk (Secretary), second row: Damien Kingsbury (Chair), Shirley Hardy-Rix, Claire Jager (Festival Director), top row: Scottie Connolly (General Manager), Kylie Pacoe (Deputy Chair), Jeni McMahon (Treasurer). Looking forward to an exciting festival and thought-provoking stand-alone documentaries.
On-line film festival
DOSED this Thursday! Who’s coming? Link to tickets ~ https://theatreroyalcastlemaine.oztix.com.au/outlet/event/2dd5527e-bfcb-466b-82ef-f1d81b2b7cbc?Event=114749
What a fabulous weekend of thought-provoking films. Huge thanks to our wonderful audiences - we shared joy, laughter, admiration, love, tears, frustration and hope together. And plenty of DISCUSSion. Special thanks to our guest speakers, Bob Brown Foundation, Slater Jewell-Kemker Richard Flanagan, Wendy Lobwein, Christine Cummins,Patrick McLennan, Robyn Davidson, the Happy Sad Film contributors and director, Genevieve Bailey, Leila Gurruwiwi, Emmanuel Gras and Dr Dean Cocking. Huge thanks to the Castlemaine School Strike 4 Climate youth for showing passion and dedication to create a better future - and the opening night gala event team for creating the Green Carpet action. Big ups to the Theatre Royal Castlemaine - we love this special place and the beautiful team that work so closely with us to present this festival. Our volunteers - what can we say? Without you this just wouldn't happen! Kudos to the in-house tech team and our broadcast buddies Storyland - bringing it all together on the big screen and photographer extraordinaire Penny Ryan Photography for expertly capturing the moments. Elizabeth Geddes for creating our fresh, new branding and stunning program design. Our patrons and sponsors - you guys rock! Canada Down Under, Visit Victoria Corporate, The Mill Castlemaine, Coffee Basics - Das Kaffeehaus, Mount Alexander Shire Council, Queen Victoria Women's Centre, Nutrans Transport Nalderun, Jellis Craig Country, Castlemaine Vintage Bazaar, ASQ Skydancers - Garden Gift & Cafe. Our media supporters Midland Express Castlemaine Mail The Bendigo Advertiser WIN News Bendigo Hepburn Advocate ABC Central Victoria ABC Radio Australia MAINfm Our volunteer Board of Directors, who make sure we deliver the best possible program in the best possible way. The local community for embracing the festival. And, finally, MASSIVE thanks to the storytelling filmmakers and contributors. Without you doing what you do we wouldn't have the stories to share.
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