Anita's story gives a new perspective on the suffering and terrible toll the Nazi regime had on its own people.
Grindadrap is a cultural tradition that has been going on for hundreds of years on the Faroe Islands, wiping out entire family groups of dolphins and whales at one time.
Bianca Monaghan and Dean Loadsman were born into the first generation of Wahlabul people to grow up with the freedom to practice their traditional language and culture, without being discouraged or punished. They have a vision to give the next generation the gift of fluency in their mother tongue.
Faith finished work in Byron Bay, Australia and began the short walk home. It was the start of a 5 hour ordeal that mothers have nightmares about.
A dramatic original poem about World War 1, puts us in the shoes of a journalist writing news flashes between 1914-17.
In this mini-documentary we explore the principles of Burning Man, the symbolic meaning behind the burning of the man and the temple, and witness attendee's utter transformation during this week-long journey in the desert.
A stop motion animated performance by the legendary Sock Dragon. The reason you can never find the other sock.
Performing as Maude Boate, Lismore artist Michael Gates took the Sydney drag queen scene by storm in the 1990’s with his unique sculptured polystyrene wigs, inspiring the Academy Award winning movie, Priscilla Queen of the Desert.
We are accustomed to see the skateboard being used in cities and on the hard asphalt. This film shows the first attempt to bring skateboard into nature and skate on frozen sand beaches in northern Norway.
A visual journey into the spiritual heart of Terra Australis or The Great Southern Land. Outback Australia is a raw unforgiving vast wilderness that once visited will forever be calling you to return. The remoteness. The colours. The sheer expanse of the endless dessert.
In idyllic Byron Bay, potter Suvira McDonald prepares to fire up his Anagama kiln; an ancient process going back thousands of years.
An ancient Australian forest invites us into her rapidly changing world, where rare life is discovered and inevitable death unfolds.
Gerry Lopez first surfed Uluwatu in 1974. The fabled Balinese wave was pristine, magical, and empty. Gerry returned to Uluwatu 40 years later to find it bustling, developed, and a different scene. However, the spirit of the place endures.
The Woman in Man - The Art of RJ Poole showcases the photographic art, inspiration and provides the audience with an insight into his creative process.
A beekeeper shares his worries about the future of his apiary school. A passion of gold and fire which definitely helps our environment to keep on living.
Travel along with the Voyager spacecraft traversing the solar system on a planetary expedition spanning over three decades.