Hostile will be screening at the 2022 Melbourne Documentary Film Festival this July, and we’re thrilled to be a part of this amazing line up (check out Documentary Drive for a summary: https://bit.ly/mdff2022). It’s also great to be included in these must-see line ups from local publications Weekend Notes https://bit.ly/weekend-mdff and Melbourne Mums Group https://bit.ly/mums-mdff.
If you live in Melbourne, we hope you will come out to support our film, and some of the other fantastic documentaries that will be screened at the festival.
We definitely have our eyes on Clive Patterson’s Sing Freetown, Libby Spears’ The Art of Rebellion, Mobolaji Olambiwonnu’s Ferguson Rises, Rich Felgate’s Finite: The Climate of Change and Toby Amies’ In the Court of the Crimson King. Just to name a few!
It’s unfortunate that we can’t be there in person, but we want to thank all the wonderful organisers at MDFF for including Hostile as part of their programme, and wish all the other filmmakers the best. We hope you have a great time!