ABOUT FACE: SUPERMODELS, THEN AND NOW reveals the stories behind the magazine covers, displaying these multicultural pioneers as they are: beautiful, candid, courageous and outspoken.
Molly and Mobarak is the story of Mobarak Tahiri, a young Hazara refugee, who is living in the town of Young, in rural NSW.
Haitian filmmaker Raoul Peck, returns with a transcendent documentary examining the life and work of literary iconoclast and queer icon James Baldwin.
Synthesising percussion and politics, Fela Kuti is one of the most significant figures in African history.
She’s Fed Up and She’s Back… PAULINE HANSON: Please Explain! charts the rise of the fiesty fish monger from Ipswich who went on to become one of the most divisive politicians in Australian history.
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.
The Palio is the oldest horse race in the world, and turns the Italian city of Siena into a high-stakes battleground of strategy, intrigue, and simmering machismo.
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.
Narrated by Liam Neeson, ROAD tells the story one family's legacy and two generations of motorcycle road racers. United by their yearning for victory and capacity for thrill seeking, these two sets of brothers engage in the most visceral of sports.
In 1971, Motor Racing fan Roman Polanski spent a weekend with world champion driver Jackie Stewart as he attempted to win the Monaco Grand Prix.
Dr Helen Caldicott, firebrand anti-nuclear campaigner, celebrated author and Nobel Peace Prize nominee, is too alarmed to retire. Certain that the White House's War on Terror is escalating the global nuclear arms race.
In Pursuit of Silence is a meditative exploration of our relationship with silence, sound, and the impact of noise on our lives.
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.
3 1/2 MINUTES, TEN BULLETS dissects the aftermath of the murder of 17-year-old Jordan Davis and the trial of Michael Dunn who, in 2012, shot him repeatedly at a Florida gas station for playing his music too loudly.
Once upon a time, during WWII, somewhere in Nazi occupied Romania, a night of comic misadventures ensues when a boy discovers a dead soldier.
Examining Ali's life outside the ring, beginning with the announcement of his deeply held and controversial Islamic religious beliefs and the decision to change his "white man's name" of Cassius Clay to Muhammad Ali.
Wayne Lynch burst onto the Australian surfing scene in the 1960s and rode a wave like no one else.
Throughout his ten-year career, Hetherington dedicated himself to dramatic frontline stories such as Liberia and Afghanistan, becoming one of the most important journalists of his generation.
Julien is 17, has a great sense of humour, bags of charm, and is wheelchair-bound due to cerebral palsy.
Told in fifteen vignettes, Jean-Luc Godard’s Masculin Feminin is a candid and wildly funny free-form examination of youth culture in throbbing 1960s Paris.