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Victor receives an unusual proposal, to carry 7 boxes of unknown content through the Market Number 4 but things get complicated along the way.
Still the Enemy Within is a unique insight into one of history's most dramatic events: the 1984-85 British Miners' Strike.
No twentieth-century figure has had a more profound effect on the worlds of literature, film, politics, historical debate, and the culture wars than Gore Vidal.
For the first time ever, six former heads of Israel’s domestic secret service agency, the Shin Bet, share their insights and reflect publicly on their actions and decisions.
Could a regional love of hummus be the recipe for peace in the Middle East?
BHUTTO is the definitive documentary that chronicles the life of one of the most complex and fascinating characters of our time.
Filmed during and after his time on the High Court of Australia, this documentary about Justice Michael Kirby explores the personal, moral and spiritual convictions of one of our most compassionate and incisive legal minds.
Once the bastion of freedom and civil liberties, the UK is now one of the most advanced surveillance societies in the world - ranked third after Russia and China.
Women without A Pause compares the most significant transition in all womenÂ´s life throughout different cultures: the menopause.
A wild community of outcasts fight for their right to live rough in a "designated scenic area" in West Auckland, New Zealand.
A couple embarks on a journey home for Chinese new year along with 130 million other migrant workers, to reunite with their children and struggle for a future. Their unseen story plays out as China soars towards being a world superpower.
A documentary about Afghanistan and the difficulties of delivering aid to a country that is suffering from â??aid fatigueâ?� and prolonged exposure to Western misunderstanding.
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.
Ten women have six weeks to learn the art of burlesque. Their lives will never be the same.
Cross Life is a community-produced drama set in Kings Cross, one of Australiaâ??s most socially liberal and culturally diverse places, and grapples with themes of family, identity and freedom.
Jamie Johnson, a 27-year-old heir to the Johnson and Johnson pharmaceutical fortune. Johnson, who made the EmmyÂ®-nominated HBO documentary Born Rich, here sets his sights on exploring the political, moral and emotional rationale.
Off the field its anyones game. The possibility of sex with a football player is a fantasy for many women and a reality for some.
An Australian woman, Jocelyn Ortt-Saeed, lives with her husband Saeed in their home in the Punjab region of Pakistan. Nawaz the cook and Mehnaz the maid, look after the house, and live nearby.
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 Academy Award-nominated and Emmy Award-winning Waco: The Rules of Engagement from director William Gazecki, the controversial documentary about the stand-off between an unorthodox Christian group - the Branch Davidians.
To the Other Shore is a poetic diary film about motherhood. It interweaves moments from the filmmaker's home movies with dramatised therapy sessions and scenes from family life, alongside fairy stories, archival film.
Through one woman's experience as an adopted person and also as a mother who relinquished her child in 1971, this documentary highlights the many complex issues associated with adoption.
Buried Alive exposes some of the ugly truths about the nature of Western Democracy, the world media and third world colonialism. But the story of East Timor also presents the potential for individuals to effect change.
Thanks Girls and Goodbye is a documentary about a group of women who worked on farms during the Second World War in Australia - 'the land girls'.
An investigation and celebration of women's work from white settlement to the present, a story told by Aboriginal and migrant women, convict women and today's women.
A poetic documentary on four generations of maternal family in Tasmania, from the 1890s to 1978, using archival footage and excerpts from key early feminist films to trace significant changes in womenâ??s place in the family and society.