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Gimme Some Truth

Monday 9th November / presented by Caitlin Nienaber

Australia’s only all music documentary film Festival is back for it’s third year as we give you Gimme Some Truth.

The 2015 film program traverses diverse genres and scenes across the globe. From the world of indigenous Australians singing their way through a prison sentence in Prison Songs, the amazing and often brutal existence of musicians in the African country of Mali in They will have to kill us first: Malian music in exile, to the extraordinary story of a fashion photographer in a punk rock world, well before punk rock was a thing, in Her Aim Is True Documentary

We Like It Like That – The Story of Latin Boogaloo, kicks off this years festival with a look into the wonderful world of Latin music in New York City, before we look into the left field world of Thai music in Y/our Music.

We take a look at the world of Alan Lomax through The 78 Project and delve deep into the live of Peter Barr in Barr None: The Peter Barr Story.

Come and join us at Luna Outdoor Cinema from Friday December 4.

MORE INFO: gimmesometruth.com.au
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During Breakfast with Caitlin, RTRFM General Manager Jason Cleary and Karen Whitehead, the Director of Her Aim is True Documentary joined Caitlin to discuss the upcoming festival.

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