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1915, Albert Borella journeyed through 1,000 kilometres of Northern Territory’s outback from Tennant Creek to Darwin to enlist in World War I. He fought at Gallipoli and the Western Front; was wounded, commissioned on the battlefield, and was awarded the Victoria Cross, the highest honour for valour in combat. 100 years later, in February and March 2015, a team of riders retraced Borella’s footsteps along the Stuart Highway to enlist in the Great War. The Borella Ride is the Northern Territory’s flagship Anzac Centenary activity - and the documentary tells his story to the world.

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Crew

Director
Ian Richards
Producer
Jennifer Richards
Executive Producers
Ian Richards  Jennifer Richards
Dir. of Photography:
Andrew Hyde

Production Details

Production Completion Date
2016
Production Company
Military Myths Defeated