Evers, Elsa
February 2008
Inside Film;Feb2008, Issue 106, p30
An interview with Documentary Australia Foundation founder Ian Darling is presented. When asked what the general feedback from the Documentary Australia Foundation launch was, he says that they have been swamped with emails and thinks people feel a great sense of optimism. He believes that money given by a philanthropist should be given 100% to the filmmaker. He also thinks of the impact films are going to make on schools and on the local community.


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