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Chocolate Liberation Front makes interactive doc for SBS

Chocolate Liberation Front, a transmedia production company, is set to launch Building Multicultural Australia, an interactive documentary for SBS. Audiences can watch the three-hour online film, the 80 video segments displayed as part of 50 interactive topics and then create their own presentations using an intuitive 'My Project' interactive tool. The doc looks at the premise that Australia today has been dramatically defied by migrants, despite the country's anti-immigration policies. Building Multicultural Australiawas produced in association with The Refugee Council, Renegade Films and The Immigration Museum with the support and assistance of Screen Australia's National Documentary Program, The Screen Australia Innovation Fund, Film Victoria and SBS Online. The project is exclusively available online in the SBS Documentary Portal, http://www.sbs.com.au/immigrationnation/
January 5, 2011

Chocolate Liberation Front, a transmedia production company, is set to launch Building Multicultural Australia, an interactive documentary for SBS. Audiences can watch the three-hour online film, the 80 video segments displayed as part of 50 interactive topics and then create their own presentations using an intuitive ‘My Project’ interactive tool. The doc looks at the premise that Australia today has been dramatically defined by migrants, despite the country’s anti-immigration policies. Building Multicultural Australia was produced in association with The Refugee Council, Renegade Films and The Immigration Museum with the support and assistance of Screen Australia’s National Documentary Program, The Screen Australia Innovation Fund, Film Victoria and SBS Online. The project is exclusively available online in the SBS Documentary Portal, http://www.sbs.com.au/immigrationnation/

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