The Quiet Mutiny

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The Power of the Documentary Film Festival

The Quiet Mutiny


Venue

Raffertys Theatre

Dates

30 November 2018

Event Type

Cinema Screening

John Pilger’s first documentary film created a sensation when it broke the story of a rebellion emerging within the American army fighting the War in Vietnam. Combining candid interviews and frontline footage of Vietnam, The Quiet Mutiny portrays a growing rift between the US military bureaucrats and the soldiers who physically and mentally fight the war on the ground. Changing public and media perception of the war, this documentary contributed to the eventual withdrawal of US troops from the region.

Date & Time: Friday 30 November at 7pm
Classification: TBC
Year: 1970

TICKETS
Single Sessions
Riverside Members and 30 Club Free
Single Tickets Adults $15 Concession $12

Packages
Festival Four Pack $45 choose any four films from the festival excluding opening and closing events
Festival Pass $99 see as many films as you can (minimum five) during the festival excluding opening and closing events

Presented in partnership with

Reporter: John Pilger
Producer/Director: Charles Denton
Production Company: Granada Television
Executive Producer: Jeremy Wallington
Camera: George Jesse Turner
Sound: Alan Bale
Film Editor: Gerry Dow

Download the film notes for The Quiet Mutiny

The Quiety Mutiny Film Notes

Ticket Options

Riverside Members $Free
30 Club $Free
Adults $15
Concession $12
Festival Four Pack $45
Festival Pass $99
Transaction fees apply
Screen $1.65

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