WHO KILLED DR BOGLE AND MRS CHANDLER? Q&A Screening with director Peter Butt

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666 Darling St

666 Darling St · Rozelle

How to find us

The church is near the corner of Darling St and Victoria Road. Limited parking for a few cars onsite. Sign says Darling Street Anglican Church.

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What we'll do

WHO KILLED DR BOGLE AND MRS CHANDLER? (55mins)
+ Q&A with Director Peter Butt

NEW location at St Thomas Darling Street Anglican Church

The highest audience ever for a documentary on ABC TV - 2.5 million!
View the Trailer at
https://www.blackwattlefilms.com.au/who-killed-dr-bogle-mrs-chandler

BYO Plate of finger food to share + drinks
Cups and plates provided
Entry by donation - $5 suggested
6.30 Mingle and eat
7.00 Screening
8.10 Q&A
8.30 Mingle
9.00 Finish

SYNOPSIS: At last, an answer to one of the greatest unsolved cases in Australian crime history. When the bodies of brilliant physicist Dr Gilbert Bogle and his lover Mrs Margaret Chandler were found in bizarre circumstances on a Sydney riverbank in 1963, it captured the public imagination and launched an unprecedented murder investigation. Despite assistance from the FBI and Scotland Yard, the coroner could find no cause of death, killer or motive. In the ensuing years, scores of tabloid theories were put forward, from LSD to Cold War assassinations. But in the minds of many, including the police, Margaret Chandler’s husband, Geoffrey, was the likely culprit.

Four decades later, Peter Butt’s drama-documentary reveals explosive new evidence missed by investigators - evidence so powerful the police gave the filmmaker unprecedented access to their forensic records. It provides a stunning solution to one of crime's most baffling riddles: who killed Dr Bogle and Mrs Chandler?

* Winner 2007 Logie Award for Most Outstanding Documentary
* Winner 2007 Best Short Documentary - Film Critics Circle of Australia

* Winner 2006 Australian Cinematographers Society Gold Award (NSW)

* Winner ACS Award National

* Nominated 2007 Walkley Awards

* Nominated 2007 Dendy Awards

* Sydney Film Festival