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If you are a documentary nut, you are going to love this. The Margaret Mead (queen of anthropology) Film Festival is the oldest showcase of international documentaries in the US. In its first year in Australia, expect docos that are bound to make you think, feel and be entertained. See the humble story of cooks in the military in Cooking History, the definition of who a “real” refugee is in Hotel Sahara, the mysteries of the former Breadbasket of the Soviet Union, Ukraine in The Living, everlasting love in Babaji, An Indian Love Story, the fantasies of the blind in Blind Loves and the realities of climate-change in The Last Days of Shishmaref. Ticket includes cheese and wine before the film.

Trailer for Cooking History

Until 16 Nov. 7pm. The Australian Museum. 70 Riley St, East Sydney. $20-$30. 9320 6225, austmus.gov.au

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