All posts tagged documentary

Love the boy bands

Self-proclaimed boy band fans go on emotional and formative journeys in a new documentary, I Used To Be Normal: A Boyband Fangirl Story.

ABC doco tells of pilgrimage to Poland

Australian musician Fay Sussman embarked on a moving pilgrimage to Poland, which has been recorded in a captivating documentary called Fay's Journey, set to screen on ABC's Compass program on March 24 at 6pm.

Grandma’s story makes Tropfest final

A documentary about an Aussie grandmother’s life has been selected as a finalist for this year’s Tropfest short film festival, being held on February 17.

Bollywood’s Jewish stars

WHEN award-winning Melbourne documentary filmmaker, Danny Ben-Moshe was shown the obituary of the Jewish-Bollywood actress Nadira, little did he know that it would lead him down the road to his latest film project.

Eyeless in Gaza premieres

It was a full house at the Randwick Ritz Cinema on March 2 for the Sydney premiere of the documentary Eyeless in Gaza, followed by a Q&A session featuring producer Robert Magid.

Gaza war coverage challenged

A documentary exposing the media’s culpability in distorting how the 2014 conflict between Hamas and Israel was portrayed on TV and in the press will screen at this year’s Jewish International Film Festival (JIFF).

Movie wins $25,000 prize

The $25,000 prize for the best Israeli feature film or documentary screened at the recent AICE Israeli Film Festival held in Melbourne and Sydney has been announced.

Dance of a lifetime

Israeli filmmaker Tomer Heymann spent eight years making a documentary about Batsheva Dance Company’s artistic director Ohad Naharin. After breaking box office records in Israel, the film is now in Australia.

March of the Living film released

AS the 2016 contingent embarks on March of the Living (MOTL), filmmaker Adam Dostalek has chosen Yom Hashoah to release his documentary, Never Forget: A March of the Living Story, to the public.

Pick of Israeli films

The latest films and documentaries from Israel, along with some classic movies, will be screened at this year’s AICE Israeli Film Festival, being held around Australia this month.