• CONISTON

      In 1928, following the murder of a white dingo trapper, Central Australia would witness the last known massacre of it's indigenous people. With over one hundred killed during a series of punitive expeditions, now known as the Coniston Massacre, many lived to tell of the wholesale slaughter of innocent people.

      In 1928, following the murder of a white dingo trapper, Central Australia would witness the last known massacre of it's indigenous people. With over one hundred killed during a series of punitive expeditions, now known as the Coniston Massacre, many lived to tell of the wholesale slaughter of innocent people.

      In 1928, following the murder of a white dingo trapper, Central Australia would witness the last known massacre of it's indigenous people. With over one hundred killed during a series of punitive expeditions, now known as the Coniston Massacre, many lived to tell of the wholesale slaughter of innocent people.

      In 1928, following the murder of a white dingo trapper, Central Australia would witness the last known massacre of it's indigenous people. With over one hundred killed during a series of punitive expeditions, now known as the Coniston Massacre, many lived to tell of the wholesale slaughter of innocent people.

    • Inventions From The Shed

      From the extraordinary to the eccentric, these stories delve deep inside the driven, obsessive and wacky world of the inventor.

      This series takes us deep into the inner sanctum of the inventor – the shed. That private place where they find their inspiration – and most of the working parts – for their next creation…

    • Wedding Makers

      The Wedding Makers goes behind the scenes of this highly competitive, often glamorous, sometimes garish industry and examines how it shapes and influences today’s bride.

      Three highly charged individuals, Angela, Glenn and Paul, live and breath weddings. Their three very different businesses reflect the tension that comes with creating the WOW factor for hopeful bride and grooms as the big day approaches.

    • Veiled Ambition

      Cultures and couture collide when Frida, a feisty Lebanese Muslim woman from Melbourne, chases her dream of creating a fashion empire.

      Frida is a young Lebanese woman with a thick Aussie accent and a dream of creating her own fashion empire. When she wins $4000 in a radio competition, Frida opens a shop in Sydney Road Coburg, hoping to create a fashion Mecca for Islamic women.

    • Kabelbel

      Filmed on entirely on location on Masahet Island, in the Lihir Island group, Kabelbel is a feature length documentary documenting the construction of a trade canoe traditionally used by the people from the New Ireland Province of Papua New Guinea.

    • Rodeo Road

      Rodeo Road explores the unique cowboy culture of Australia’s far north west and the pursuit of the rodeo dream…

      Each year cowboys from across the Kimberley load up their saddles, chaps and wranglers and go rough riding. Some are local blackfellas born and bred in the saddle, others are young ringers from over east who come to muster through the dry. These are the cowboys who ride day in and day out, mustering the backblocks of stations like Moola Bulla and Mt Pierre. Come rodeo time they’re all chasing the same dream……..gripped by the rodeo fever of the wild north west.

    • Sisters, Pearls and Mission Girls

      The Sisters of St John of God have lived and worked amongst Aboriginal people in the Kimberley in the North West of Australia, for almost 100 years. This epic story of Irish and Australian nuns is set against the rich and tragic history of the Kimberley region and the government policies of the day. Using rare archival material, re-enactments and contemporary anecdotes, the shared experiences of the Aborigines and the Sisters create a compelling story of loss, determination and survival.

    • Taylor Made

      Phil Taylor lives in the northern NSW town of Murwillumbah and occasionally sells second hand cars at “Taylor Made Car Sales and Hire”. Every year his family enters a float in the town’s annual Banana Festival – but this year a cloud of smoke surrounds his entry to the parade. Director David Batty explores the unique world of his cousin Phil Taylor in a celebration of bananas, family and the wonderful world of cars.

    • DESERT HEART

      After 40 years in exile, Yulparitja elders take Daniel Walbidi, their most promising young artist, back to the desert heartland they left behind.

    • THEN THE WIND CHANGED

      One small Australian community’s difficult but inspiring recovery from devastating bush fires. Then The Wind Changed shows human beings’ amazing potential to manage adversity and rise from despair.

     
     

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    • CONISTON

      CONISTON

      In 1928, following the murder of a white dingo trapper, Central Australia would witness the last known massacre of it's indigenous people. With over one hundred killed during a series of punitive expeditions, now known as the Coniston Massacre, many lived to tell of the wholesale slaughter of innocent people.

      In 1928, following the murder of a white dingo trapper, Central Australia would witness the last known massacre of it's indigenous people. With over one hundred killed during a series of punitive expeditions, now known as the Coniston Massacre, many lived to tell of the wholesale slaughter of innocent people.

      In 1928, following the murder of a white dingo trapper, Central Australia would witness the last known massacre of it's indigenous people. With over one hundred killed during a series of punitive expeditions, now known as the Coniston Massacre, many lived to tell of the wholesale slaughter of innocent people.

      In 1928, following the murder of a white dingo trapper, Central Australia would witness the last known massacre of it's indigenous people. With over one hundred killed during a series of punitive expeditions, now known as the Coniston Massacre, many lived to tell of the wholesale slaughter of innocent people.

    • Inventions From The Shed

      Inventions From The Shed

      From the extraordinary to the eccentric, these stories delve deep inside the driven, obsessive and wacky world of the inventor.

      This series takes us deep into the inner sanctum of the inventor – the shed. That private place where they find their inspiration – and most of the working parts – for their next creation…

    • Wedding Makers

      Wedding Makers

      The Wedding Makers goes behind the scenes of this highly competitive, often glamorous, sometimes garish industry and examines how it shapes and influences today’s bride.

      Three highly charged individuals, Angela, Glenn and Paul, live and breath weddings. Their three very different businesses reflect the tension that comes with creating the WOW factor for hopeful bride and grooms as the big day approaches.

    • Veiled Ambition

      Veiled Ambition

      Cultures and couture collide when Frida, a feisty Lebanese Muslim woman from Melbourne, chases her dream of creating a fashion empire.

      Frida is a young Lebanese woman with a thick Aussie accent and a dream of creating her own fashion empire. When she wins $4000 in a radio competition, Frida opens a shop in Sydney Road Coburg, hoping to create a fashion Mecca for Islamic women.

    • Kabelbel

      Kabelbel

      Filmed on entirely on location on Masahet Island, in the Lihir Island group, Kabelbel is a feature length documentary documenting the construction of a trade canoe traditionally used by the people from the New Ireland Province of Papua New Guinea.

    • Rodeo Road

      Rodeo Road

      Rodeo Road explores the unique cowboy culture of Australia’s far north west and the pursuit of the rodeo dream…

      Each year cowboys from across the Kimberley load up their saddles, chaps and wranglers and go rough riding. Some are local blackfellas born and bred in the saddle, others are young ringers from over east who come to muster through the dry. These are the cowboys who ride day in and day out, mustering the backblocks of stations like Moola Bulla and Mt Pierre. Come rodeo time they’re all chasing the same dream……..gripped by the rodeo fever of the wild north west.

    • Sisters, Pearls and Mission Girls

      Sisters, Pearls and Mission Girls

      The Sisters of St John of God have lived and worked amongst Aboriginal people in the Kimberley in the North West of Australia, for almost 100 years. This epic story of Irish and Australian nuns is set against the rich and tragic history of the Kimberley region and the government policies of the day. Using rare archival material, re-enactments and contemporary anecdotes, the shared experiences of the Aborigines and the Sisters create a compelling story of loss, determination and survival.

    • Taylor Made

      Taylor Made

      Phil Taylor lives in the northern NSW town of Murwillumbah and occasionally sells second hand cars at “Taylor Made Car Sales and Hire”. Every year his family enters a float in the town’s annual Banana Festival – but this year a cloud of smoke surrounds his entry to the parade. Director David Batty explores the unique world of his cousin Phil Taylor in a celebration of bananas, family and the wonderful world of cars.

    • DESERT HEART

      DESERT HEART

      After 40 years in exile, Yulparitja elders take Daniel Walbidi, their most promising young artist, back to the desert heartland they left behind.

    • THEN THE WIND CHANGED

      THEN THE WIND CHANGED

      One small Australian community’s difficult but inspiring recovery from devastating bush fires. Then The Wind Changed shows human beings’ amazing potential to manage adversity and rise from despair.