Bam Bam

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The brutal, extreme culture of World Championship boxing, seen through the eyes of a woman. A Muslim Lebanese woman. Amateur boxer Bianca ‘Bam Bam’ Elmir, two time Australian Flyweight champion and Oceania champion, ‘Bam Bam’ aims to win gold at … Read More

Art Bites: Third Culture Kids

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Since the 1970s, Australia has asserted itself as a proudly multiracial and multicultural country with boundless plains to share. Decades after the first wave of non-European migrants settled at the end of the White Australia policy, what does Australia look … Read More

The Scribe

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1000 SPEECHES – 6 POLITICAL LEADERS – 50 YEARS THE SCRIBE (2018) IS A FEATURE DOCUMENTARY WRITTEN, DIRECTED AND PRODUCED BY RUTH CULLEN. GRAHAM FREUDENBERG IS AN AUSTRALIAN POLITICAL SPEECHWRITER. THE SCRIBE RECOUNTS HIS WORKING LIFE AND HIS ENDURING LEGACY. Synopsis Master speechwriter … Read More

Rivers of Australia

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Narrated by Tony Barry, one of Australia’s most distinguished and highly respected actors, Rivers of Australia: A Journey Along the Murray is a unique feature-length documentary that follows two southern adventurers – James Livingstone and Albany Asher, along with their … Read More

Dying to live

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Allan Turner is the father of Zaidee, a seven-year-old girl who in 2004 was the only child in Victoria that year to become an organ and tissue donor after she died suddenly from a brain aneurysm. Having learned that Australia lags … Read More

Power Meri

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Papua New Guinea is Australia’s nearest neighbour, a place characterised by stunning but unforgiving landscape, immense cultural diversity – and a national passion for rugby league. According to human rights organisations, it is also one of the worst places in … Read More

Midnight Oil: 1984

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In 1984, Midnight Oil release their iconic record Red Sails in the Sunset. They embark on a relentless tour around the nation performing raw and electrifying music that reignites the imagination of young Australians. That same year, their lead singer Peter … Read More

The Show Must Go On

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‘The Show Must Go On’ is the first film to tell the story of the mental health of the 42,000 people working in the Australian arts and entertainment industry. While ‘show business’ is often seen as glamorous, fun, exciting, and well … Read More

Storm in a Teacup

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Storm in a Teacup is an intimate portrait of Western Australian artist Leon Pericles as he embarks on his biggest challenge yet: an exhibition of his life’s works at a time when he has the least support. His wife Moira played a … Read More

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