Australia – The projects include a futuristic look at the preservation of our planet, how young Australians are coping with housing affordability, cartoonist Michael Leunig reflecting on a full life, and insights into native title and human rights.
2040, an unconventional feature documentary set in the future from the team behind the third highest grossing Australian documentary ever, That Sugar Film. Director/writer Damon Gameau will read a letter to his hypothetical daughter on her 21st birthday in 2040 as a narrative device to discuss seminal moments in the time since her birth (2019) when humanity introduced solutions to improve the planet’s wellbeing.
Feature-length documentary Finke, which promises to be a thrilling ride taking audiences behind the scenes of one of the world’s longest and most dangerous off-road motorsports races – the Finke Desert Race in the Northern Territory. Film Camp’s Leunig: A Tale in 16 Parts, a portrait of one of Australia’s most celebrated and iconic cartoonists – Michael Leunig. The feature-length documentary will see Leunig, who is recovering from an almost-fatal brain seizure, reflecting on the formative experiences, fears, hopes and dreams that have fed into a lifetime of artistic expression.
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