17 September

Retrospect: Indigenous storytelling at Down Under Berlin 2014

Retrospect: Indigenous storytelling at Down Under Berlin 2014

The selection of films in this year’s Indigenous section gave an impressive insight into the depth and quality of stories being told by Indigenous and Non Indigenous filmmakers. During three post film discussions, audience members enjoyed the chance to talk about issues affecting Indigenous peoples in both Australia and New Zealand.

9 September

A Festival of Wordly Adventure

A Festival of Wordly Adventure

In the lead-up to the 4th Down Under Berlin, Sebastian Rasmussen caught up with festival director Frances Hill to find out what makes this year so special.

21 May

“Adapt or die”, or: How You Have to Learn to Stop Worrying and Love the New State of Play in Australia’s Documentary Industry

“Adapt or die”, or: How You Have to Learn to Stop Worrying and Love the New State of Play in Australia’s Documentary Industry

Australia’s documentary and factual industry faces great challenges: the rapid increase of digital and online means of distribution and continuously changing financial and business models create fears and new opportunities at the same time. How Australia’s documentary business community can master these new challenges was the focus of DocWeek’s Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC) 2014.

15 April

DocWeek – Adelaide Australia March 2014

DocWeek – Adelaide Australia March 2014

‘Splendour, Fear, Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll, Wonder, Death and all the other things you love’. This is DOCWEEK’s tagline and it accurately portrays the depth of content on show and up for discussion at Australia’s International Documentary Festival (AIDC) – DOCWEEK.