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Sans Soleil

Marker takes us to many fascinating sights in Japan, Iceland and Africa and interrogates the nature of filmmaking, travel, memory and "the dreams of the human race" in one of the most remarkable film essays ever made.


La Jetee

In a post-apocalyptic future, humanity's hopes for survival hinge on time-travel experiments conducted upon a man whose time-tripping dream state folds his origins and destiny together in one fleeting, traumatic moment at an airport.


Betelnut Bisnis

In the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, a grass roots family makes a precarious living by trading in betelnut, one of the world's most widely used narcotics.


The Last Gladiators

Academy Award® winning Director Alex Gibney takes an unprecedented look at the National Hockey League's most feared enforcers.


The Man from Coxs River

In a forbidden valley 100 kilometres from Sydney runs a river where the wild horses run free... Can two very different men work together to save them?


The Extraordinary Tale of William Buckley

The Extraordinary Tale of William Buckley tells the remarkable true story of the escaped convict who lived with Wathaurong, an Aboriginal tribe in south-eastern Australia long before white colonization.


Fake It So Real

Dive head-first into the world of independent pro wrestling as we follow a group in Lincolnton, North Carolina over the week leading up to a big show.


Tokyo-Ga

Moved by the work of director Yasujirô Ozu, Wim Wenders travels to Japan in search of the Tokyo seen in Ozu's films.


Banksy Does New York

Banksy is revered and reviled, considered both a vandal and a genius. Completely anonymous, he is nevertheless without question one of the worlds best known living artists.


The Battle Of The Sexes

It was a match made in heaven: she was the darling of American tennis, an outspoken activist against sexism in sport and society; he was the charismatic, fast-talking, hustling chauvinist showman.


Angels Of War

In January 1942, Papua New Guinea became the battleground for nearly 2 million foreign soldiers. This film documents the experiences of Papua New Guinea's population during this violent campaign.


Silence In The House of God Mea Maxima Culpa

In SILENCE IN THE HOUSE OF GOD: MEA MAXIMA CULPA Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney exposes the abuse of power in the Catholic Church.


Is This the Real World

Mark finds his first real love and tries to escape all the bad things in his life with her.


Marwencol

After a vicious attacks leaves him brain-damaged and broke, Mark Hogancamp seeks recovery in "Marwencol", a 1/6th scale World War II-era town he creates in his backyard.


The Family

The bizarre true story of Australia's most notorious cult.


How To Live Forever

Director Mark Wexler embarks on a worldwide trek to investigate just what it means to grow old and what it could mean to really live forever.


Jesus Camp

Pastor Becky Fischer is an aggressive evangelical campaigner. She runs a summer camp called "Kids on Fire" for fundamentalist Christian children as young as six.


Annie Leibovitz Life Through A Lens

Annie Leibovitz has produced some of the most iconic images of the last 30 years. Life through a Lens reveals a woman who has become as iconic as the people she has photographed.


Coniston

Known as "the last massacre" Coniston saw the brutal slaughter of 100 or more Aboriginal people across Central Australia in 1928.


Man on Wire

A maverick, a dreamer, an artist: Philippe Petit is all of these things and more.


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