date: 9th Dec 2015

tags: Art, Culture, Documentary, Film, History, Society, Travel


From critically acclaimed German filmmaker Wim Wenders, Tokyo-Ga follows the director as he travels to Japan to pay homage to his idol, Yasujirô Ozu. Ozu’s films such as Tokyo Chorus, Tokyo Story and Late Spring have had such a major influence on Wenders’ cinematographic style that he declares in the film that Ozu is “his only master” in this art form. 

date: 12th Dec 2014

tags: Biography, Culture, Documentary, Humanities, Travel


Rocky Braat, a young man from a fractured family and a troubled past, went traveling through India without a plan. Then he met a group of HIV positive children living in an orphanage, and everything changed. Rocky left his life, friends, and career in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to live with the kids. Rocky and the kids endured disease, abject poverty, and death. But, in the midst of these troubles, BLOOD BROTHER captures their deep joy, and from it comes an understanding of why Rocky had given up everything he had to experience it.

date: 8th Nov 2013

tags: Culture, Travel


A small group of inexperienced sailors from Darwin decide to go on a two month sailing trip around the Indonesian Spice Islands. Along the way, they will connect with locals and see and experience things they have never seen or done before: this is their “Spice Islands Adventure”.


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