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The 2021 Antenna Documentary Film Festival arrives on SBS On Demand

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SBS On Demand is celebrating 10 years of the Antenna Documentary Film Festival with a special collection of 10 feature length documentaries that have screened over the past decade at the festival.

Audiences across Australia can enjoy these acclaimed titles streaming from 15 September.

Titles included in the festival are:

  • America
  • Another Country (already on OD)
  • Cold Case Hammarskjöld
  • Faces Places (already on OD)
  • Into Eternity
  • Let The Fire Burn
  • Minding The Gap (already on OD)
  • Putin’s Witnesses
  • The Age of Consequences
  • The Gospel Of Eureka

2021 Antenna Documentary Film Festival from Wednesday, 15 September 2021 on SBS On Demand (new titles coming daily)

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