Six Australian documentaries to screen at Idfa

Six local documentaries will screen across five categories at Amsterdam’s Idfa (International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam) from 16-27 November.

Screen Australia’s documentary manager, Liz Stevens said in a statement: “The inclusion of Australian documentaries at Idfa, one of the world’s top-tier documentary events, is a strong vote of confidence in Australian documentary and a significant achievement for the filmmakers.”

“The quality and range of work chosen for Idfa reflects the strength of craft and creativity found in Australian documentaries which are engaging audiences both at home and abroad.”

Then the Wind Changed, written/directed by Celeste Geer and My Thai Bride, directed by David Tucker and written by Ashleigh Hooker will screen in competition for the mid-length documentary.

Screening in the Green Screen Documentary competition, for environmental films is Tom Zubrycki’s The Hungry Tide while Goa Hippy Tribe, written and directed by Darius Devas will screen in the DocLab section,
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