Meaning of documentary
(1) A * film is a documentary if the film is a creative treatment of actuality, having regard to:
(a) the extent and purpose of any contrived situation featured in the film; and
(b) the extent to which the film explores an idea or a theme; and
(c) the extent to which the film has an overall narrative structure; and
(d) any other relevant matters.
Exclusion of infotainment or lifestyle programs and magazine programs
(2) However, a * film is not a documentary if it is:
(a) an infotainment or lifestyle program (within the meaning of Schedule 6 to the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 ); or
(b) a film that:
(i) presents factual information; and
(ii) has 2 or more discrete parts, each dealing with a different subject or a different aspect of the same subject; and
(iii) does not contain an over-arching narrative structure or thesis.