Best Documentary Feature
|Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature|
|1942||Ken G. Hall||Kokoda Front Line!||Won||Hall is the first Australian to win an Academy Award. One of four winners in this category in 1942; Kokoda Front Line! was the first Australian film to win.|
|1980||David Bradbury||Front Line||Nominated|
|2007||Eva Orner||Taxi to the Dark Side||Won|
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