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D'art - Film Review (Melbourne Documentary Film Festival)

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The story of a fun little car
This year, the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival will be a little different to normal. Instead of screening films in the cinema, they'll be screening in the comfort of your own home, which is great for people like me who have moved from Melbourne but still want to see these films. The film festival will be active from 8am 30 June to 8pm 15 July.

One of the documentaries at this year's festival is a light-hearted and enjoyable documentary called D'art. This documentary follows the fine artist Robert Clinch, who is Australian famous for his art including his paintings of paper Darts (also known as paper planes).

His friend Jeff Brown, is a lover of art and is also a collector of many things. One of the things he appreciates is the design and aesthetic of cars, so much so he has an amazing collection of Australian cars. One such car in his collection is Goggomobil Dart sports-car.

So one fine evening over a glass of red wine, Robert Clinch, and Jeff Brown come up with a fun idea; what if Robert paints a Goggomobil Dart sports-car with his signature paper darts on it? And so this fun story begins!

Available 30 June | English | 1 hour 28 mins | $8 per stream | purchase here.

D'art is screening as part of the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival Online. See here for more information.

D'art Trailer from karl von moller on Vimeo.

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