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Australia Daze

On Australia Day 1988, over 20 film crews across the country filmed from midnight to midnight, searching behind the curtain of the official Bicentennial celebrations to reveal the thoughts and attitudes of ordinary Australians.


The Back of Beyond

The development of inland Australia largely depends on the men who keep open the supply lines and communications - the outback mailmen.


Namatjira Project

From the remote Australian desert to the opulence of Buckingham Palace – this is the iconic story of the Namatjira family, tracing their quest for justice.


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.


Lord Of The Bush

Eccentric British developer Lord McAlpine has a dream - an urge to create a whole new civilisation in Australia's North based around the town of Broome in the remote north of Western Australia.


The Edge Of The Possible

Jorn Utzon was awarded the first prize in an international architecture competition to design an Opera House for Sydney.


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.


Bimblebox

The film, Bimblebox, is about much more that the Nature Refuge in Western Central Queensland, facing destruction to make way for Clive Palmerâ??s China First Coal mine. It is a cautionary tale, exposing the effects of mining in the Hunter Valley.


Home On The Range

Independent Australian political documentary about the US installations in Australia at Pine Gap.


Hope

Amal Basry fled Iraq and 18 months later the boat she was on sank en route to Australia. 353 people drowned. Amal survived by clinging to the floating body of a dead woman for 22 hours.


Coniston

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


Molly And Mobarak

Molly and Mobarak is the story of Mobarak Tahiri, a young Hazara refugee, who is living in the town of Young, in rural NSW.


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.


Black And Dusty

BLACK AND DUSTY follows a group of Indigenous competitors as they compete in the annual Finke Desert Race across 250 km of central Australian desert by car, buggie or bike.


Magic Harvest

Feeding the world's ever-expanding population is a growing global concern. Where is the land that once grew food? It's at your own back door!


Into the Shadows

Looking from afar, the Australian film industry appears glitzy and glamorous, robust and invincible. Into the Shadows challenges this notion and journeys beyond the glamour to meet the filmmakers who have been bringing Australian films to the screen.


Utopia

Utopia is a vast region in northern Australia and home to the oldest human presence on earth. â??This film is a journey into that secret country'.


Its Raining Pleasure The Triffids

IT'S RAINING PLEASURE documents a four-night reunion of seminal 1980s Australian band, The Triffids, and an impressive line-up of guest singers and performers at the Metro Theatre during the Sydney Arts Festival in January 2008.


Utopia Interviews Part 1

Utopia is a vast region in northern Australia and home to the oldest human presence on earth. â??This film is a journey into that secret country'.


Emily In Japan

Behind the scenes of the blockbuster exhibition of paintings by the Indigenous artist Emily Kame Kngwarreye which toured Japan attracting record crowds.


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