Synopsis

With unprecedented, intimate access to the private life of Courtney Barnett, this innovative and stylised 16mm feature documentary follows a paradoxically introverted performer and anti-influencer, who, at the height of success, is ready to walk away. Recording her innermost thoughts on a Dictaphone over a period of three years, Courtney begins her slow acceptance of filmmaker Danny Cohen’s camera. This unique filming process mirrors Courtney’s gradual search for purpose and emergence as a woman finally and firmly in control.

Official Selection – 2021 Melbourne International Film Festival

Official Selection – 2021 Brisbane International Film Festival

Official Selection – 2021 Sydney Film Festival

Official Selection – 2021 Cinefest Oz

Featuring: Courtney Barnett
Writer & Director: Danny Cohen
Producers: Philippa Campey & Samantha Dinning
Executive Producers: Sue Maslin & Nick O’Byrne
Editor: Ben Hall
Original Music: Courtney Barnett & Stella Mozgawa

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