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Murundak Songs of Freedom

MURUNDAK: SONGS OF FREEDOM, is a documentary following the Black Arm Band, a collection of Australia's finest Aboriginal musicians, as they take to the wide open road with their songs of struggle, resistance and freedom.


Hope

Amal Basry fled Iraq and 18 months later the boat she was on sank en route to Australia. 353 people drowned. Amal survived by clinging to the floating body of a dead woman for 22 hours.


After The Storm

After Hurricane Katrina, theatre students create hope from despair.


Ai Weiwei Never Sorry

Ai Weiwei is China's most famous international artist...and its biggest critic.


Armadillo

In Afghanistan, a group of young soldiers is on their first tour of duty.


Ball Of Light

The story of Denis Smith, professional light painter.


Bananas

The world's biggest fruit company is on trial ... for poisoning their workers!!


Bikpela Bagarap Big Damage

Revealing the human face of logging in Papua New Guinea.


Black Caviar The Horse of a Lifetime

Twenty-five straight victories on the field of dreams.


Black Gold

The real price we pay for coffee.


Blackfish

The film that killed SeaWorld.


Blood Brother

Rocky gives up everything when he meets a group of HIV positive orphans in India.


Boxing For Palm Island

There is a new generation of warriors on Palm Island.


Chasing Ice

An eye-opening vision of climate change.


Cross Life

Ten fragments of life amidst Sydney’s red light district, Kings Cross.


A Crude Awakening

Our addiction to oil has deadly consequences.


Dancing With Dictators

Journalism in one of most repressive countries on earth.


David Wants to Fly

Transcendental Meditation - conspiracy or cure?


Exit Through the Gift Shop

A thrilling look into the world of street art.


Footy Chicks

The women who pursue footballers...and why.


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