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The Giorgio Mangiamele Collection

Two provocative works from an Italian filmmaker in post-war Australia: THE SPAG and NINETY NINE PERCENT. Giorgio Mangiamele is one of the most under-estimated figures in Australian cinema history. Soon after his arrival in Australia in 1952 as a migrant from Italy, he began making films at a time when feature film production in Australia […]

The Space Between

Marco (Flavio Parenti) is a 35 year-old ex-chef who has given up his career and any sense of hope to return to Udine in Northern Italy to nurse his ailing father. Even when offered a job at a restaurant in Melbourne, he declines using his father as the excuse. When tragedy strikes, the only glimmer […]

Promised

In 1953, two young Italian children are promised in marriage by their fathers. Twenty one years on – despite changing times, fading traditions and 70’s liberation – the pair are expected to marry, or face the consequences.    

Every Colour In Between Film Festival

Festival Dates: Thur 23rd Oct – Sun 26 Oct A NEW FILM FESTIVAL CELEBRATING EXCITING GLOBAL VOICES IN LGBTQIA+ CINEMA Every Colour In Between (ECIB) is committed to being a forum that supports and celebrates voices in LGBTQIA+ cinema. Showcasing four global feature films and two collections of short films, ECIB is designed as an opportunity […]

Get Free

What happens when seven girls are captured, but none have a gun. In the aftermath of a gruelling day at the hospital, medical intern Kaylee escapes from reality. She finds solace in a night out with her glamorous friends. Amid the glimmering lights and laughter, she crosses paths with Jordan, a charming and perfect gentleman. […]

Caller ID: Unknown

“CALLER ID : UNKNOWN” is a drama inspired by the true events of the unrest in the Northwest and Southwest regions of Cameroon. When a young woman named Nkwenti tries to escape the horrors of a sudden outbreak of war in her village she is pushed to finding refuge in a forest. In a state […]

Rotting In The Sun – ECIB

Writer-director Sebastián Silva’s Sundance hit ROTTING IN THE SUN is a darkly funny and refreshingly audacious meta-comedy that skewers the business of filmmaking and our self-obsessed culture. While unwinding at a Mexican gay beach town, depressed director Sebastián Silva meets gregarious Instagram influencer Jordan Firstman (both playing versions of themselves), and Sebastián reluctantly agrees to […]

Australia’s Open

Every January, the Australian Open commands global attention. But when off-court drama steals the show, Australia itself becomes part of the spectacle. Screenings available from 12 October!   

Sound Of Freedom

Based on the incredible true story, SOUND OF FREEDOM shines a light on even the darkest of places. After rescuing a young boy from ruthless child traffickers, a federal agent learns the boy’s sister is still captive and decides to embark on a dangerous mission to save her. With time running out, he quits his […]

Fashion ReImagined

Fashion designer Amy Powney of cult label Mother of Pearl is a rising star in the London fashion scene. Raised off-the-grid in rural England by activist parents, Amy has always felt uneasy about the devastating environmental impact of her industry. When she wins the coveted Vogue award for the Best Young Designer of the Year, […]

Dig Deeper

Dig Deeper into the lives of four Aboriginal artists. Four divergent Indigenous artists use their personal stories and historical injustice as a driving force to break through and create internationally recognised urban art. To provoke or to regenerate? These artists are digging deeper into their art to uncover unfinished business. Featuring the works of Blak […]

All That We Are

‘All That We Are’ is a story about a local community coming together to create a spectacular aerial performance for the Penrith Real Festival. Through the eyes of the artistic directors and 30 volunteers, the film takes the audience on a journey of a diverse group of individuals, without any performing experience, as they come […]

My Fight

“My Fight” is a documentary about the journey and the battle of a young man fighting one of the most dangerous drugs in the world today and his hard path to recovery. Feeling like he belonged nowhere and being bullied at school made Mitch move to the path of taking drugs. After reaching rock bottom […]

Black Summer

A documentary about the 2019-2020 bushfires in Australia. Delving into the lives of the locals impacted and the affect it has had on the environment around them. In this documentary we explore the life of people that have been affected by Black Summer, the 2019-2020 Australian bushfires. The locals, throughout a series of interviews, re […]

The Lake Of Scars

In a corner of Victoria exists a link to an ancient culture. A place of astounding beauty and rare archaeological and environmental significance, it is being degraded on an annual basis. As the clock ticks, an unlikely partnership could see it saved for future generations. The Lake of Scars is as much a portrait of […]

Nefarious

On the day of his scheduled execution, a convicted serial killer gets a psychiatric evaluation during which he claims he is a demon, and further claims that before their time is over, the psychiatrist will commit three murders of his own.    

Who I Am

A transgender and Autistic teen learns to be himself with the help of their own original animated characters, The Fallens. WHO I AM is a touching story of a transgender teen who is also Autistic. 14-year-old Charlie (pronouns he/him/it) finally comes out to his mum, setting him on a path of navigating the first steps […]

Splice Here: A Projected Odyssey

A love letter to film; told through the eyes of documentarian and projectionist, Rob (Bert) Murphy. A decade ago when film projectors were being ripped out of cinemas and replaced by digital counterparts it was pretty clear that film was facing its death knell. Like many others Rob felt digital was a poor substitute so […]

The Last Teardrop

SYNOPSIS Two men. One unbelievable story. THE LAST TEARDROP is the incredible journey of Bobby Wilson, a singer and entertainer who gained critical acclaim for his remarkable stage recreation of Jackie Wilson, the musical legend who passed away in 1984. Little did Bobby know that his tribute performances would lead him on an unbelievable journey […]

The Giants

THE GIANTS explores the intertwined fates of trees and humans in this cinematic portrait of environmental folk hero and gay icon Bob Brown who took green politics to the centre of power. From a seedling to forest elder THE GIANTS interweaves Bob’s story with the life cycle of the ancient trees he is fighting for. […]

Finally Me

Set in the 1990s in the competitive world of high school cheerleading, Soula defies her father’s dream for her to take over the family souvlaki business and finds herself chosen to lead her team to victory despite being a complete novice and far from the stereotypical cheerleader.    

The Set

Reeling from his girlfriend’s sexual past, the sensitive Paul Lawrence (SEAN MYERS, Stork) runs off to Sydney in the hopes of attending art school. What he signs up to instead would end up shocking the nation! Paul becomes the protégé of decadent designer Marie Rosefield (BRENDA SENDERS, The Girl From Tomorrow) and through her, enters […]

Raw The Documentary

The incredible story of a couple in their 60’s who broke and set records by running 366 consecutive marathons around Australia on a raw food diet. Janette and Alan overcame intense heat, a cyclone, bushfires and injuries to achieve this amazing feat. Prior to embarking on this journey Janette had been diagnosed with cancer and […]

Greenhouse By Joost

This inspiring feature documentary follows internationally renowned zero-waste campaigner Joost Bakker as he builds a self-sustaining home, an ecosystem that provides its occupants with food, water, shelter and energy. Filmed in beautiful central Melbourne, GREENHOUSE BY JOOST is an uplifting look at the teamwork and ingenuity behind a paradigm-shifting project that bursts with life. GREENHOUSE […]

You Can Go Now

YOU CAN GO NOW looks at the life and provocative work and writings of First Nations artist, Richard Bell. It reveals the ‘two Richards’ – ‘Richie’ the provocateur and enfante terrible of the art world who challenges its whiteness and the Richard who spent his childhood living in a tin shed, learnt his politics on […]

Morning of the Earth

“I just wanted to make a beautiful film about surfing, the planet and the ocean.” – Albert Falzon SYNOPSIS Fifty years ago, Albert Falzon premiered what would become one of the greatest surf films of all time: Morning of the Earth. The film first screened on February 25th, 1972 at the Manly Silver Screen Theatre in […]

The Last Daughter

Brenda’s first memories were of growing up in a loving white foster family, before she was suddenly taken away and returned to her Aboriginal family. Decades later, she feels disconnected from both halves of her life. But the traumas of her past do not lie quietly buried. So, she goes searching for the foster family with whom she […]

Superspreader

Superspreader documents Sean Feucht’s journey to protest the government lockdowns by taking worship to the streets and open air. During the COVID-19 lockdowns, an Evangelical Christian singer stands up for religious liberties by holding mass outdoor worship concerts. What happened is nothing short of a rollercoaster story. Bookings available now! Contact us to Host your […]

How To Thrive

Is there a secret formula to happiness? Positive psychotherapist Marie McLeod takes 7 people on a transformative journey to learn the secret formula to happiness The film’s premise is; if we offer the science of happiness to people experiencing struggle; what difference would it make? Is happiness a learnable skill and can we teach people […]

Facing Fear

SYNOPSIS Facing Fear is a film that details one man’s global search to find ways to handle his fear, after he received some devastating news. Bill Bennett sought out some of the world’s leading experts in fear management. He wanted to understand how fear worked, and how to best manage it. Featuring such luminaries as Dr […]

Everybody’s Oma

SYNOPSIS Filmmaker Jason van Genderen is obsessed with making home videos about his elderly mother and, when he creates a supermarket at home during lockdown, he accidentally turns ‘Oma’ into an internet celebrity. Their heartwarming home movies quickly attract a worldwide audience of over 100,000,000 people. This is an unforgettable story of a family that comes together whilst beautifully falling apart. […]

Franklin

SYNOPSIS Eighth-generation Tasmanian and environmentalist Oliver Cassidy embarks on a life-changing solo rafting trip down the beautiful yet remote Franklin River. His goal is to retrace his late father’s 14-day expedition to attend the blockade that helped to save the World-Heritage listed national park from being destroyed by a huge hydroelectric dam project in the […]

Little Tornadoes

SYNOPSIS A newly-single father’s efforts to weather the turbulence of change – in his life and in the world around him – while a new immigrant endeavours to find her place in a foreign land. Set in 1971 rural Australia, it is portrait of a country at a turning point and the human desire for […]

Anonymous Club

The antithesis of a rock biography, ANONYMOUS CLUB paints a raw and intimate picture of enigmatic singer-songwriter, Courtney Barnett – an anti-influencer who is a powerful voice for our times, a recluse acclaimed by audiences the world over and a strong female artist in conflict with herself. With unprecedented, intimate access to the private life of […]

Bigger Than Us

For the last 6 years, 18 year old Melati Wijsen has been lobbying her local government to ban the sale and distribution of plastic bags in her island, Bali. But changes are slow and Melati cannot wait any longer. She needs to meet her tribe, her peers, to join forces. Melati embarks on a journey around […]

Araatika: Rise Up!

From 2008, a group of Indigenous NRL players including Dean Widders, Preston Campbell, Timana Tahu and George Rose led a movement to develop a pre-game ceremony that would be a response to the haka. In 2012, they brought in dancer and choreographer Sean Choolburra to help. Rather than simply taking an existing dance, the players […]

Where The Water Starts

After seeing the destruction of the fragile alpine ecology of Australia’s Snowy Mountains first hand, Richard Swain with the support of his wife, Alison decides to speak out. Hard hoofed animals are trampling and endangering the viability of the headwaters of three iconic rivers. Where The Water Starts reveals how the fragile alpine region, particularly Kosciuszko National […]

Shereen

She’s a single mother, family court secretary and Afghanistan’s first genuine dramatic heroine. She’s risking everything to keep her job and her freedom, fighting for justice in her own quiet, secret and captivating way. She’s Shereen Sahil: The face and the hope of a new Afghanistan. Shot entirely in Kabul in 2015 this feature film […]

ENOUGH! Lebanon’s Darkest Hour

The eyes of the world were forced to turn their gaze upon Lebanon, not only because of the Beirut Port explosion that  devastated this ancient city on 4th August 2020, but also because it stands as an allegory for kleptocratic regimes that have  seen a resurgence across the globe.  The film puts a spotlight on […]

Big Deal

Christiaan Van Vuuren is an everyday Aussie – a comedian and a father with a keen sense of fairness and justice. Christiaan is proud of his country, its peaceful society and its sound political system. So proud, in fact, that he might be a little complacent. Smug, even. Big Deal begins with Christiaan mocking the […]

Defying All Odds

In 2000, Dr. Terry Wahls, a now world-renowned American doctor and scientist is diagnosed with an incurable disease. Seven years later, despite taking the pharmaceutical drugs normally prescribed to sufferers of her condition, Terry’s health continues to decline. The mother of two decides conventional medicine is not stopping the decline into a demented and bedridden […]

Off Country

OFF COUNTRY follows the lives of seven Indigenous students as they leave home to spend a year boarding at one of the most elite schools in the country, Geelong Grammar School. Wrestling with their conflicting identities as students move between boarding life and home life, OFF COUNTRY creates a historic record of one of Australia’s […]

The Bowraville Murders

The Bowraville Murders investigates one of Australia’s worst unsolved murder cases that has been marred by systemic racism – the 1990-91 serial killings of three Aboriginal children, all from the same street in a rural town in NSW, all killed within five months of each other and all of their remains found off the same […]

The Children In The Pictures

The Children in the Pictures takes us inside Task Force Argos, a renowned Australian-based police investigative team, as they go undercover to rescue children from online sexual abuse. From infiltrating global criminal networks to hunting down the world’s worst abusers, the Argos team shines a light on the dark reality of online child sexual abuse […]

Cousins

Mata, Missy and Makareta. Three cousins. Three lives. Separate, yet bound together forever. Orphaned Mata believes she has no whānau (family) and lives out her lonely childhood in fear and bewilderment. Back home on the land, educated Makareta flees an arranged marriage to study law and begin the search for her missing cousin. She leaves […]

The Pinkies Are Back

THE PINKIES ARE BACK is a heart-warming and hilarious feature film, following a group of extraordinary women on their journey to rebuild a dragon-boating team despite some having never held a paddle before. The bond, love and laughs between these charismatic larger-than-life Kiwi women is a must see on cinema screens. Proudly sponsored by Partners […]

Conquering Cancer

Can you imagine a world without cancer? For the first time in human history, the elimination of a cancer – cervical cancer – is possible. Eliminating this preventable disease is already a remarkable Australian success story. Now we must make it a global reality. An action of this scale has the power to shape history, […]

Brazen Hussies

BRAZEN HUSSIES reveals a revolutionary chapter in Australian history, the Women’s Liberation Movement (1965 -1975).  Interweaving freshly uncovered archival footage, personal photographs, memorabilia and lively personal accounts from activists, BRAZEN HUSSIES shows us how a daring and diverse group of women joined forces to defy the status quo, demand equality and create profound social change […]

Let The Child Be The Guide

As a young father, watching his daughter go through her life experiences, film director Alexandre Mourot discovered the Montessori approach and decided to set his camera up in a children’s house (3 to 6 years of age) in the oldest Montessori school in France. Alexandre was warmly welcomed in a surprisingly calm and peaceful environment, […]

High Ground

1919. WW1 sniper Travis, now a policeman in the vast and remote landscape of Northern Australia, loses control of an operation resulting in the massacre of an Indigenous tribe. With his superior officers intent on burying the truth, Travis leaves before being forced back twelve years later in the hunt for outlaw Baywara, an Aboriginal […]

Escape From Extinction

Narrated by Academy Award winner, Dame Helen Mirren and featuring rare footage of endangered animals and interviews with the world’s leading animal welfare and conservation specialists, this pioneering feature explores the critical efforts of zoos and aquariums across the globe as they race to protect and preserve animals on the brink of extinction. 

Who Is Gatsby Randolph

Gatsby Randolph is the slight alter ego of Kobie Randolph, who wrote, produced, acted, edited, and co-directed the documentary with Marcus Turner. He takes audiences on a journey that’s simultaneously funny, thought-provoking, and inspiring.

Bloodshot Heart

Bloodshot Heart is a journey into obsession, memory and delusion. In a world where the difference between reality and fantasy can be hard to discern, Hans, a middle-aged driving instructor, attempts to shake off the manipulative grasp of his Italian mother and pursue a younger woman, Matilda, a musician renting a room in their apartment. As jealousy and infatuation […]

Wild Things

WILD THINGS is a feature length documentary that follows a new generation of environmental activists that are mobilising against forces more powerful than themselves and saying, enough. Armed only with mobile phones, this growing army of eco warriors will do whatever it takes to save their futures from the ravages of climate change. From chaining […]

Jaimen Hudson: From Sky To Sea

Jaimen Hudson’s aerial whale and dolphin imagery are stunning. His spectacular photographs and videos reach hundreds of millions of people online and he has been interviewed by media organisations across the world. However Jaimen has a dream to take his talents to the next level and pursue his childhood dream of filming underwater. Embarking on […]

Rosemary’s Way

Rosemary’s Way celebrates the remarkable Rosemary Kariuki and the group of vulnerable migrant women of suburban Sydney whose lives she helps transform from isolation to connection. From cultures as diverse as Iraq, the Congo and Peru, the women are taken by Rosemary on a powerful cross-cultural journey to integrate them into the homes and communities […]

Girls Can’t Surf

It’s the 1980s and the world of professional surfing is a circus of fluoro colours, peroxide hair and radical male egos. GIRLS CAN’T SURF follows the journey of a band of renegade surfers who took on the male-dominated professional surfing world to achieve equality and change the sport forever. Featuring surfing greats Jodie Cooper, Frieda […]

A Lion Returns

After spending 18 months in Syria, Jamal is back in Sydney and wants to see his terminally ill mother, however he has to deal with his strong minded older brother Omar, his wife Heidi and son, but most importantly his unforgiving father.

Cry Of The Forests

The forests of the south west of Western Australia are found nowhere else on earth. They are part of one of the most biodiversity rich hotspots on the planet and they play a vital role in drawing down and storing carbon. Yet we are cutting them down at the rate of 10 football fields every […]

The Flood

Set during WWII this is the story of Jarah’s coming-of-age in a brutal and lawless land – growing from a sweet child to a strong, independent and ferocious woman taking on Australia’s corrupt and bigoted system one bad guy at a time. In the best tradition of the gunslinging outlaw, when the enigmatic Jarah is […]

Envoy: Shark Cull

Envoy: Shark Cull is a feature-length documentary narrated by Eric Bana which follows some of the biggest names in ocean conservation, such as Sea Shepherd, Ocean Ramsey and Madison Stewart. We will join these experts as they explore and expose this scarcely understood topic. We will also learn the importance of sharks in our oceans […]

Women Of Steel

Wollongong, 1980: Denied jobs at the steelworks – the city’s main employer – working class / migrant women refused to accept discrimination. They began a campaign for the right to work that lasted for fourteen years. Their battle against BHP, the country’s richest and most powerful company, took them from factory gate to the highest […]

I Am Greta

The story of teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg is told through compelling, never-before-seen footage in this intimate documentary from Swedish director Nathan Grossman. Starting with her one-person school strike for climate action outside the Swedish Parliament, Grossman follows Greta — a shy student with Asperger’s — in her rise to prominence and her galvanizing global impact as she sparks […]

The Weather Diaries

The Weather Diaries is a feature documentary made by a mother concerned about the future for her daughter; a musician emerging in the shadow of the twin threats of climate change and mass extinction. The film reaches its climax in 2020, as temperatures rise, bushfires rage, and the flying foxes that usually soar over Sydney […]

Love and Mercy: Faustina

Rent the film on FanForce TV (only available in select countries) “Love and Mercy: Faustina”, a docudrama on Divine Mercy and the mission of Sr. Faustina Kowalska, reveals previously unknown facts and recently disclosed documents that shed new light on the truth of the Divine Mercy message. As many know, the Divine Mercy is a devotion […]

Fat Fiction

Forget Everything You’ve Been Told About Fat. What if everything we’ve been told about saturated fat is fiction? And what if the “low fat, heart healthy” diet represents one of the most damaging public health recommendations in the history of our country? FAT FICTION is a film that questions decades of diet advice insisting that saturated fats are bad […]

Champion Girls

Look beyond the fake tan and discover the little known world of Physie – a sport that has grown from posture correction exercises into a national underground dance phenomenon. Join three generations of women and girls from this extraordinary community as they take us on a ride through competition and life. But as the lycra […]

When The River Runs Dry

In January 2019, a viral video showed grown men near Menindee weeping as they held dead Murray Cod, decades old, which had perished in yet another environmental disaster. Australians were horrified, and politicians blamed drought, while ecologists and water management specialists claimed it was due to the over-allocation and over-extraction of water. Two weeks later, […]

Kairos

Chris Bunton packs a formidable punch in KAIROS, a trailblazing Australian drama film that places both a performer and a character with Down Syndrome at its centre. Bunton plays Danny, who wants to box as a way to earn respect, confidence and acceptance, and to prove that he’s more than his disability. Ex-fighter and trainer […]

Marketing The Messiah

How did Christianity conquer the ancient world? By what means did a fringe personality cult, from the remote backwaters of ancient Palestine, convince millions of polytheistic Romans and Greeks to worship a dead Jew and then turn the Roman Empire into a strict theocracy? This brave new secular documentary challenges the version of the story […]

Can Art Stop A Bullet

William Kelly, widely considered the social conscience of Australian art, once said: “Art can’t stop a bullet, but it can stop a bullet from being fired.” Can it? Filmed on five continents, with contributions from over 20 artists, thinkers and activists, this documentary explores the power of art to take a stand against violence in the world.

The Biggest Little Farm

THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM chronicles the eight-year quest of John and Molly Chester as they trade city living for 200 acres of barren farmland and a dream to harvest in harmony with nature. Through dogged perseverance and embracing the opportunity provided by nature’s conflicts, the Chester’s unlock and uncover a biodiverse design for living that […]

Wild Butterfly

Wild Butterfly is an internationally acclaimed and multi award-winning dramatised Australian documentary that reveals the true story behind its headlines. Its production charts a labyrinthine 9-year journey uncovering an horrific unsolved crime of child sexual violence, Catholic institutional cover-up, medical negligence, missing police records, manipulation by chequebook journalism and trial by mainstream and social media. […]

Ashburn Waters

When Brett agreed to join his friends on a high school reunion camping trip, he thought the height of his worries would be dealing with his ex-girlfriend and her new flame. But little did he know that the campground, Ashburn Waters, had been closed due to unexplained murders and now his friends are falling victim […]

Ailo’s Journey

Narrated by Golden Globe winner, Donald Sutherland, this is the incredible story of Ailo, the little reindeer. This uplifting tale follows the journey of baby Ailo as he navigates his first year of life in the snowy landscapes of a picturesque Lapland. Frail and vulnerable, Ailo must learn to walk, run, leap and hide to […]

A Second Chance: Rivals!

Gymnastics star Maddy Cornell (Emily Morris) plans a change when she doesn’t qualify for the Australian Gymnastics Olympic team. She hopes to rediscover her passion for gymnastics by coaching a new team of young gymnasts from a local country club, including high-spirited squad leader Tess (Stella Shute). As Maddy focuses on taking the team to the State Championships, she soon […]

Standing Up For Sunny

Breaking Bad’s RJ Mitte stars in this charming Australian rom-com about a loner with cerebral palsy who is roped into helping a comedian (Philippa Northeast) overcome her shyness. Mitte, who has cerebral palsy in real life, gives an empowering performance as Travis, a young man living in a ramshackle Sydney rental whose disability contributes to […]

Angel of Mine

Seven years after the death of her daughter, Lizzie locks eyes on a sight she thought she’d never see again: a girl, Lola, who is the spitting image of her own lost child. As she battles for custody of her surviving son, Lizzie’s obsession with Lola only grows – befriending the young girl’s mother, following […]

Brabham

Directed by Ákos Armont and co-written by Armont and Tony Davis, BRABHAM digs deep into the making of a racing legend. Taking on the giants of Ferrari, Lotus and Maserati, Jack secured his legacy by becoming the only driver to win a Formula One championship in a vehicle of his own creation. BRABHAM looks at […]

For Now

Hannah, an Australian ex-pat living in Los Angeles, organizes an audition at the San Francisco Ballet Company for her younger brother Connor, a professional dancer based in Europe. Both siblings are still grieving the deaths of their beloved parents while trying to build a future for themselves, continents apart. Hannah’s boyfriend Kane and her best […]

Mystify

A journey into the heart and soul of Michael Hutchence, internationally renowned lead-singer of INXS, a complex and shy man who spent much of his life in the public eye, rarely revealing his true self to anyone except his very close friends. Rare archive footage and intimate insights from friends, lovers, family, colleagues and Michael […]

Turbines

When immigrants Attila and Jana resettle in a rural Australian town as part of a government policy to populate isolated areas, they consider themselves lucky. Although they must work on a wind farm in the middle of nowhere, they have each other, and soon, a family. Problems with narrow-minded locals, the isolation, backbreaking labor and […]

Green Light

In Australia two men are working to provide the last hope of relief — and in some cases cure — for thousands suffering chronic and terminal illnesses. They provide blackmarket medicinal cannabis for people who have nowhere else to turn. The plant is now widely considered to have lifesaving potential, yet swift and compassionate access […]

The Rise of Jordan Peterson

A rare, intimate glimpse into the life and mind of Jordan Peterson, the academic and best-selling author who captured the world’s attention with his criticisms of political correctness and his life-changing philosophy on discovering personal meaning. Christened as the most influential public intellectual in the western world, University of Toronto psychology professor Jordan Peterson skyrocketed […]

The Longevity Film

The Longevity Film investigates the complex topic of ageing by documenting the longest lived, healthiest & happiest cultures from around the world. Filmmaker Kale Brock (The Gut Movie, 2018) visits specific communities with significantly improved average life expectancies, remarkably low rates of disease and an extremely high quality of life well into the later years. […]

Camino Skies

Independently shot over 42 days, the film follows the journey of six strangers as they embark on the historic ‘Camino de Santiago’ – an historic 800km pilgrimage that starts in France and works its way through Spain before arriving in the city of Santiago de Compostela. Each of the characters have their own reasons for […]

The Portal

A documentary and book with a global vision to shift humanity out of a state of crisis. Once in a while a film comes along and speaks to the need of the time. The Portal follows six real life stories that all overcome trauma, anxiety, depression and PTSD using a simple yet powerful technique. In […]

The Australian Dream

From shy country kid to two-time Brownlow medallist and Australian of the Year, Goodes is an inspiration to many. The footy field was where he thrived; the only place where the colour of his skin was irrelevant. Goodes’ world fell apart when he became the target of racial abuse during a game, which spiralled into […]

Unplanned

Unplanned is the inspiring true story of one woman’s journey of transformation. All Abby Johnson ever wanted to do was help women. As one of the youngest Planned Parenthood clinic directors in the nation, she was involved in upwards of 22,000 abortions and counseled countless women about their reproductive choices. Her passion surrounding a woman’s right […]

In My Blood It Runs

Ten-year-old Dujuan is a child-healer, a good hunter and speaks three languages. As he shares his wisdom of history and the complex world around him we see his spark and intelligence. Yet Dujuan is ‘failing’ in school and facing increasing scrutiny from welfare and the police. As he travels perilously close to incarceration, his family […]

No Reason For Disease

Today’s world is so different to the world our parents and grandparents lived in. They didn’t have the problems we’re facing today and to survive we have to make ourselves aware of what is driving the ever increasing illness and disease all around us. Why is there so much disease, why is it that everyone […]

High as Mike

High as Mike – the ride to try.. Join Mike on a journey of discovery around Australia showcasing the trials and tribulations of patients using and seeking to use Medicinal Cannabis. Mike has a brain tumour. As such, Mike’s journey is very much a typical patient journey, looking for answers to life & death questions. […]

2040

2040 is a hybrid feature documentary that looks to the future, but is vitally important NOW! Award-winning director Damon Gameau (That Sugar Film) embarks on journey to explore what the future could look like by the year 2040 if we simply embraced the best solutions already available to us to improve our planet and shifted […]

Colossal Youth

Colossal Youth follows four friends Ryder, Greg, Erica and Jordan as they navigate life, love and the wild and crazy times of high school. Ryder is a hopeless romantic and when his dream girl obsession Siobhan returns to school he goes for broke trying to win her heart. His pursuits lead him to rock bottom, […]

Brown Boys

The Brown Boys spend their weekends drinking, partying and chasing girls. Peter the Player, Kiligi the Bad Influence, Magele the Tough Guy, Luka the Drunken Master, Siaki the Weird Guy and Mickey the Baby – they are family by blood and by choice. When one of the boys expresses a desire to settle down, it […]

The Candidate

The Candidate is a feature length observational documentary by Helen Gaynor. It follows Greens candidate Alex Bhathal over the final three weeks of her campaign to win a seat in the Australian federal parliament in 2018. In this, her sixth attempt in fifteen years, and with a 1% margin between her and victory, she and […]

Older Than Ireland

Directed by Alex Fegan (The Irish Pub), OLDER THAN IRELAND is a landmark documentary that tells the story of a hundred years of a life as seen through the eyes of thirty Irish men and women aged 100 or over. Often funny and at times poignant, the film explores each centenarian’s journey, from their birth […]

Summer In The Forest

SUMMER IN THE FOREST is a moving documentary of an extraordinary man—Jean Vanier—and of L’Arche, the international organization of which he is the founder.  Jean Vanier single-handedly revolutionised the way in which people with an intellectual disability are seen and cared for, by the simple act of inviting them out of institutions and into his […]

Island of the Hungry Ghosts

Located off the coast of Indonesia, the Australian territory of Christmas Island is inhabited by migratory crabs travelling in their millions from the jungle towards the ocean, in a movement that has been provoked by the full moon for hundreds of thousands of years. Poh Lin Lee is a “trauma therapist” who lives with her […]

Being With Animals

Is animal communication possible? The filmmaker Salome Pitschen explores the world of communication between animals and humans in an attempt to answer this question. She wants to understand her excited dog Bina. On an international journey that leads her from Switzerland to England and to the USA, she discovers what it means to communicate with […]