THE 2016 WALKLEY DOCUMENTARY AWARD
Six outstanding documentaries longlisted for the 2016 Walkley Awards for Excellence in Journalism will be screened at the State Library of NSW in Sydney in October, giving the public a free viewing of the finest work in the field over the past year.
Showcasing the very best in Australian longform journalism, these films capture diverse and powerful moments in contemporary life.
All six films will be screened for the public at the State Library of NSW over the two evenings of Tuesday October 18 and Wednesday October 19.
All sessions are FREE but you must RSVP.
TUESDAY OCTOBER 18
4pm – Hitting Home, Sarah Ferguson, Nial Fulton and Ivan O’Mahoney, In Films and ABC TV (Epsiode 1)
5.15pm – Ka-Ching! Pokie Nation, Neil Lawrence, Mitzi Goldman, Jane Manning, Andrea Lang and Caroline Pegram, Looking Glass Pictures and ABC TV, Looking Glass Pictures and ABC TV
6.15pm – Sherpa, Jennifer Peedom, Bridget Ikin and John Smithson, Felix Media – 96mins
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19
4pm – Afghanistan: Inside Australia’s War, Victoria Midwinter Pitt and Alan Erson, Essential Media and Entertainment and ABC TV (episode 3)
5pm – In the Shadow of the Hill, Dan Jackson, Future Paradigm Films
6.40pm – Pauline Hanson: Please Explain!, Anna Broinowski, Michael Cordell and Nikki Stevens, CJZ and SBS TV