Home Entertainment A family affair! Miranda Otto joins her sister Gracie and her daughter Darcey O’Brien at the premiere of the documentary about her father, actor Barry Otto, at the Sydney Film Festival.

A family affair! Miranda Otto joins her sister Gracie and her daughter Darcey O’Brien at the premiere of the documentary about her father, actor Barry Otto, at the Sydney Film Festival.

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Miranda Otto (right) was all smiles as she stepped out with her sister Gracie (left) to attend the Sydney Film Festival premiere of Revealed: Otto by Otto on Saturday night.

Miranda Otto was all smiles as she stepped out with her family to attend the Sydney Film Festival premiere of a documentary about her father Barry Otto on Saturday.

Miranda, 56, cut an elegant figure as she posed alongside her sister Gracie, 37, husband Peter O’Brien and daughter Darcey, 19, for the premiere.

The family stepped out together to celebrate the release of filmmaker Gracie’s new documentary, Revealed: Otto by Otto, about veteran Australian actor Barry, 83.

In the film, Heartbreak High principal Gracie attempts to capture memories with her and Miranda’s father, Barry, amid his battle with Alzheimer’s disease.

Miranda stepped out to support her sister and showed off her style in a bright snake-print coat, which she paired with a navy blouse and black pants.

Miranda Otto (right) was all smiles as she stepped out with her sister Gracie (left) to attend the Sydney Film Festival premiere of Revealed: Otto by Otto on Saturday night.

Miranda, 56, put on a stylish display as she posed alongside her sister Gracie, 37, husband Peter O'Brien and daughter Darcey, 19, for the premiere.

Miranda, 56, put on a stylish display as she posed alongside her sister Gracie, 37, husband Peter O’Brien and daughter Darcey, 19, for the premiere.

Miranda draped a leopard-print scarf over her shoulders to complete the look and gave herself a few extra inches with a pair of black heeled boots.

Her sister Gracie made sure to turn heads in a vibrant yellow floral print suit with embroidered lapels and black cuffs.

She completed her fashionable ensemble with a pair of chunky black boots and was all smiles as she posed arm in arm with Miranda.

The red carpet remained a family affair as Miranda’s husband Peter O’Brien and daughter Darcey also joined them that night.

The family came out to celebrate the release of filmmaker Gracie's new documentary, Revealed: Otto by Otto, about 83-year-old veteran Australian actor Barry Otto.

The family came out to celebrate the release of filmmaker Gracie’s new documentary, Revealed: Otto by Otto, about 83-year-old veteran Australian actor Barry Otto.

Gracie's film has been described as

Gracie’s film has been described as “absorbing”, but not a traditional biopic. Rather, it is “a deeply personal reflection on her relationship with her father, filmed over five years, at the twilight of her career and as her health deteriorates.”

Actor Peter, 61, who met Miranda in 2003 while they were together in a stage production of A Doll’s House, wore an all-black ensemble for the occasion.

She added a pop of color to her outfit with a bright red scarf as she smiled for the cameras.

Meanwhile, her daughter Darcey kept it simple as she wore a long black coat over a white dress.

Miranda is the daughter of legendary actor and artist Barry and his first wife Lindsay Otto, while Gracie’s parents are Barry and his second wife Susan Hill.

For the premiere, Miranda showed off her style in a bright snake-print coat, which she paired with a navy blue blouse and black pants.

For the premiere, Miranda showed off her style in a bright snake-print coat, which she paired with a navy blue blouse and black pants.

Gracie Documentary Revealed: Otto by Otto has been described as “absorbing”, but not a traditional biopic of his father and Australian icon Barry.

Rather, it is “a deeply personal reflection on his relationship with his father, filmed over five years, at the twilight of his career and as his health deteriorates.”

In the film, Gracie takes her father to Brisbane to relive her childhood, her poor upbringing and her first foray into theater in moving scenes.

The documentary also reveals Barry’s health problems after he was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.

The documentary sees Heartbreak High principal Gracie attempt to capture memories with her and Miranda's father Barry amid their battle with Alzheimer's disease.

The documentary sees Heartbreak High principal Gracie attempt to capture memories with her and Miranda’s father Barry amid their battle with Alzheimer’s disease.

Barry (pictured in 2015) has enjoyed an impressive film and theater career spanning over 50 years and is known for his roles in films such as Bliss, Cosi and Strictly Ballroom.

Barry (pictured in 2015) has enjoyed an impressive film and theater career spanning over 50 years and is known for his roles in films such as Bliss, Cosi and Strictly Ballroom.

The family kept Barry’s diagnosis a secret for a while, partly so he could continue working, but felt the film could help others deal with the illness.

“Obviously, every family goes through this in a different way and there are difficult moments, moments of anger and moments of frustration,” Otto told the Sydney Morning Herald. “But you can watch it and also watch the comedy.”

Barry has enjoyed an impressive film and theater career spanning over 50 years and is known for his roles in films such as Bliss, Cosi and Strictly Ballroom.

Revealed: Otto’s Otto premiered at the Sydney Film Festival and will air in Australia on Stan from June 16.

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