BIG news for our little #FLYINGFURanimalrescuedocumentary!
We just made it into what “Film Daily” magazine rates as the best documentary film festival in the world!
“Melbourne Doc Fest might still be new, but it’s quickly rising to become one of the most well-respected and thought-provoking festivals in the world. Curating features from the world’s biggest and most prestigious global showcases, Melbourne Doc Fest provides a leading platform for the most inventive creative nonfiction films of today.”
Here’s FLYING FUR’s screening info:
Time: 8.45pm, 23rd July 2019, Venue: Cinema Nova, 380 Lygon St, Carlton VIC 3053, Australia
What an honor! Now we just have to find a way to get there! Who else is going?
The Melbourne Documentary Film Festival premieres, screens and showcases more quality local Australian and International documentaries each year than any other documentary only film festival in Australia and gives more talented Indie Filmmakers a chance to compete and screen to a big, receptive audience in Melbourne, Australia.
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