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Melbourne Documentary Film Festival

When:

Mon 29 Jul 2019, 8:00pm–11:00pm

Where: The Backlot Studios, 65 Haig street, Southbank, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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This July, The Melbourne Documentary Film Festival comes to Backlot for its fourth impressive edition, featuring the most thought-provoking, progressive and eclectic docos from Australia and around the world.

The festival competition will see country vs country, film school vs film school, festival vs festival and legendary filmmakers vs emerging talent in an epic 11 day competition.
Title: The Godfathers of Hardcore
Directed by: Ian McFarland

Description: The hardcore punk band Agnostic Front formed in 1982 and soon became synonymous with the New York Hardcore (NYHC) punk scene. At its core are Vinnie Stigma - the legendary guitarist, born in 1955 and raised in the same apartment building he lives in today in Little Italy, and Roger Miret - a Cuban-born refugee, frontman and original cover boy for the NYHC scene. Over 35 years later, these two are still thriving and have stayed strong through adversity - from the dangerous streets of NYC’s Lower East Side of the early 1980s, to prison sentences, to facing their own mortality as they continue to live the same hardcore lifestyle in their older age.

Title: Boom
Directed by: Jordan Albertsen

Description: 'Boom' tells the untold story of one of rock 'n' roll's wildest and most influential bands, The Sonics. For the first time ever, all five original members of the band tell the true story of how it all went down, beginning to end. 'Boom' takes a deep dive, exploring how a relatively unknown band from the Pacific Northwest became a worldwide phenomenon 50-years after their heyday, and in doing so, shaped music for decades to come (whether it was apparent at the time or not). Featuring interviews with homegrown heroes and breakthrough artists alike, Pearl Jam, The Sex Pistols, Heart, Mudhoney, and many, many more.