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Island Home Country

A poetic cine-essay about race and Australia’s colonised history and how it impacts into the present. When the filmmaker returns to Tasmania to make a film about her childhood she doesn’t know much about Aboriginal history,culture or colonisation.


Bilby Brothers

Bilby Brothers is the story of an extraordinary fight to build a fence that will enclose 25 square kilometres of one of Queenslands most remote and beautiful National Parks â?? Currawinya, and hopefully, save the fast-vanishing bilby from extinction.


Boxing For Palm Island

An inspiring story of struggle and hope from this beautiful island off the North Queensland coast.


Hong Kong Fooey

AFI nominated director, Charlie Hill-Smithâ??s first documentary, is a telling insight into the complexities that face modern China.


Inspiring Teachers

Most teachers are underpaid, overworked and under appreciated; and yet the impact that they might have on a student can be life changing. In a series of observational portraits we get a glimpse of what it means to truly inspire someone


Life Animated

Winner of the Directing Award at the Sundance Film Festival, LIFE, ANIMATED is the inspirational story of Owen Suskind, a young man living with autism whose life is enriched by Disney animated films, and the unconditional love of his family.


Mary Meets Mohammad

This film follows the arrival of Tasmania's first detention centre through the eyes of local knitting club member Mary and Afghan asylum seeker Mohammad who lives inside the centre, as they connect through the gift of a donated knitted beanie.


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.


Music Of The Brain

Music affects our development from the womb to the grave. This documentary examines the role music plays in developing our brains as humans.


National Gallery

A documentary that goes inside one of the great museums of the world: The National Gallery in London.


Gaza Surf Club

Trapped in “the world’s largest open-air prison” and ruled by war, a new generation is drawn to the beaches. Sick of occupation and political gridlock, they find their own personal freedom in the waves of the Mediterranean.


Radiance Yoga

Jessie Chapman, renowned Byron Bay yoga teacher and Australia's bestselling yoga author of four books introduces her personal dynamic yoga practice filmed on Byron Bay's stunning beaches.


Re Enchantment

Re-enchantment is an immersive journey into the hidden meanings of fairy tales.


The Man Who Stole My Mother's Face

This documentary follows one woman's quest to get justice for her mother, who was violently raped and beaten in her Johannesburg, South Africa, home in 1988.


Secrets of the Underground

The Tube is full of surprising oddities and historical quirks. You probably walk right past a few every day, without ever noticing.


Show Me The Magic: The Adventures of Don McAlpine

Show me the Magic takes us on an enthralling journey into the life and work of legendary Australian cinematographer Don McAlpine.


Spice Islands Adventure

"Ten Australians sail north of Darwin in a homemade boat to meet our forgotten neighbours in the Spice Islands of Indonesiaâ??s Maluku province."


Tender

A feisty and resilient community centre in an industrial seaside town is in the process of setting up a community-based funeral service when they are suddenly faced with the challenge of caring for one of their own.


The Highest Court

Most people know about the Mabo and Wik decisions but few know much about the decision makers — The High Court of Australia.


Welcome to Kandos

Welcome to Kandos - the cementing of an unlikely friendship - is a unique 33min documentary about inaugural contemporary art festival Cementa13.


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