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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.

Black And Dusty

The dust and glory of the Tattersalls' Finke Desert Race.


Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu was one of Australia's greatest voices.

Emily In Japan

Behind the scenes of Emily Kame Kngwarreye's Japanese exhibition.

Bran Nue Dae

How the successful stage musical got made.


The Coniston massacre saw the brutal slaughter of 100 Aboriginal people.

For Love Or Money

An investigation and celebration of women’s work

The Song Keepers

Four generations of song women that make up The Central Australian Aboriginal Women's Choir, go on a historic journey to take back the hymns that were given to their ancestors by the German missionaries but in their own ancient Aboriginal languages.

Island Home Country

A poetic cine-essay about race and colonialism.

Namatjira Project

Namatjira's family fight to regain their grandfather’s copyright.

Putuparri and the Rainmakers

A man torn between his Western upbringing and tradition.


Utopia - home to the oldest human presence on earth. It's no paradise.

Utopia Interviews Part 2

Utopia - home to the oldest human presence on earth. It's no paradise.

Utopia Interviews Part 1

Utopia - home to the oldest human presence on earth. It's no paradise.


A young Aboriginal man learns what it is to be a man.

Australia Daze

On Australia Day 1988, the thoughts and attitudes of ordinary Aussies are revealed.

Boxing For Palm Island

There is a new generation of warriors on Palm Island.

Strange Birds in Paradise

Australian musicologist David Bridie seeks to preserve the music of Papua New Guinea.

The Farmers Cinematheque

For the Teasdales, farming and film-making were inter-related.

Strangers In Paradise

Twelve tourists are shocked by the conditions of Australian Indigenous people.


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