If you missed Thursday night's screening of the Adam Goodes documentary The Final Quarter on free-to-air television, it's coming to a big screen in Wollongong.
The film tackling racism in sport will also be made freely available to any Illawarra sporting club or school who shows interest.
"One of the things that came out was Adam was being booed and/or bullied in his place his work," the film's editor Sally Fryer said.
"Although it's a film about footy .. it's a film about bulling and racism."
She said any corporate organisations had already been asking them if they could use it for reconciliation discussions as well. While educational material is being constructed to distribute with the film.
The film uses archival footage from 2013, the time Australia celebrated the Sydney Swans player as a footy hero through to when the public turned on him in 2015, football fans booing the star and an incident where he was publicly called an "ape".
"This documentary is ultimately about racism and what indigenous people experience in Australia," Mr Fryer said.
"Looking at that and looking at whether what Adam experienced from 2013 to 2015 was racism or if, what some people argued, he was booed because he was just a bad player."
In making the film, Ms Fryer worked with the director and producers to sift through up to 50 hours of footage plus hundreds of media articles written about the star.
After 30 years working in the film industry, she said it's the work she is most proud of.
"A lot of people knew elements of what went on at the time," she said.
"Lots of people had seen little bits of what went down, but they hadn't actually seen Adams three-year journey condensed."
The film's social impact has been huge. It has reignited crucial discussion on Goodes' treatment from both supporters and detractors. The AFL also issued an official apology to the star for their lack of action against the racial abuse, after years of silence.
The Final Quarter will also be shown at Greater Union Wollongong on August 4 as part of the Travelling Film Festival.
Some of the best feature films and shorts from the Sydney Film Festival have been selected for the festival including New Zealand's first musical since 1966, and Emilio Estevez' latest directorial work which also stars Christian Slater and Alex Baldwin.
Book tickets online via: sff.org.au/tff/program/wollongong