• Jeffrey Smart: Master of Stillness

    Jeffrey Smart is one of Australia's best known painters with his stark portrayals of the contemporary world. His paintings feature recurring motifs of highways, construction sites and apartment blocks. 

  • Gordonia

    This critically acclaimed documentary was filmed over 7 years and follows Graham Gordon’s battle with his local council over his land, his cars and his wonderfully colourful tenants.

  • A Smarter Country

    In Autralia's climate of uncertainly, green pioneers are pushing ahead with their visions of the future.This documentary follows Sydney’s Lord Mayor Clover Moore, Professor Tim Flannery, Senator Christine Milne, and the young Matthew Wright,as they work to embrace change and educate the public.

  • Worlds Apart: Together in Adversity

    This documentary follows the lives of two children living with disability; one is an Australian and the other lives in a remote village in Thailand. Their stories reveal the unique and similar faced challenges by each family in two very different settings.

  • Ubuntu: The Street Child Story

    A film that documents the plight of street children in urban Africa. Raw and authentic in its message, all stakeholders, including the children themselves, share their stories.

  • End of the Rainbow

    Explores the impact of large-scale industrial gold mining on local communities in a remote region of Guinea, West Africa.

  • The Life And Times Of Allen Ginsberg Collection

    For 25 years, Academy Award-nominated director Jerry Aronson, accumulated more than 120 hours of film on Allen Ginsberg, resulting in this comprehensive portrait of one of American's greatest poets.

  • Permaculture: A Quiet Revolution

    In May 2007, the 8th International Permaculture Convergence (IPC8) was held in Brazil, bringing together visionary activists from 43 countries in the common goal of preparing for, and mitigating, our looming global crisis. Their strategy: Self-reliance and sustainability through permaculture.

  • Margaret Olley: A Life in Paint

    An intimate documentary about one of Australia’s greatest painters. A well-known figure from the time she was painted by William Dobell in 1948, Olley’s celebrity status tended to overshadow her life as a painter. This documentary puts Margaret Olley the painter on centre stage.

  • The Crisis of Civilization

    A documentary feature film investigating how global crises like ecological disaster, financial meltdown, dwindling oil reserves, terrorism and food shortages are converging symptoms of a single, failed global system.

  • Cry from the Heart

    Follow the personal journey of one Aboriginal family who suffered terrible trauma, grief and loss through this policy of forced separation.

  • A Force More Powerful

    Explores how popular movements battled entrenched regimes and military forces with unconventional weapons like boycotts, strikes, and demonstrations.

  • Colour Change

    Follows a team of landowners who challenge the large Australian-based mining company, BHP.

  • Shifting Shelter 4

    A longitudinal one hour documentary spanning 15 years of four Aboriginal people in rural New South Wales.

  • Waves

    This story creates a clear picture of the overseas life of Chinese international students living in New Zealand. The film aims to advance the cultural and educational exchanges between China and New Zealand.


  • The Face of Birth Collection

    Three films about pregnancy, child birth and the power of choice.

  • Toomelah

    Ivan Sen's deeply personal story that intimately depicts mission life in contemporary Australia. 


  • Beyond Babel

    An in depth look at the way in which English is being adopted and adapted around the world, and the impact of this globalisation on endangered languages.

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