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Silence In The House of God Mea Maxima Culpa

In SILENCE IN THE HOUSE OF GOD: MEA MAXIMA CULPA Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney exposes the abuse of power in the Catholic Church.

Beyond Our Ken

Beyond Our Ken gains access to Australia’s notorious cult Kenja – a ‘spiritual awareness centre’ accused of hypnotic mind control, sexual abuse and blamed by families for the disappearance of loved ones.

Food Chains

Food Chains exposes the human cost in our food supply and the complicity of the supermarket industry. Supermarkets earn $4 trillion globally and have tremendous power over the agricultural system.

The Decline of Western Civilization Part II

Hold on to your pool chairs! All three of Penelope Spheeris' entertaining, heartbreaking and iconic Decline of Western Civilization documentaries - the films' chronicling L.A.'s hardcore punk, hair-metal and gutter-punk phenomena.

About Face Supermodels Then And Now

ABOUT FACE: SUPERMODELS, THEN AND NOW reveals the stories behind the magazine covers, displaying these multicultural pioneers as they are: beautiful, candid, courageous and outspoken.

Footy Chicks

Off the field its anyones game. The possibility of sex with a football player is a fantasy for many women and a reality for some.

The Hunting Ground

THE HUNTING GROUND takes audiences straight to the heart of a shocking epidemic of violence and institutional cover-ups sweeping college campuses across America.

A Wink and a Smile

Ten women have six weeks to learn the art of burlesque. Their lives will never be the same.


BUCK follows the real-life "horse-whisperer", Buck Brannaman, from his abusive childhood to his phenomenally successful approach to horses.

The Family

The bizarre true story of Australia's most notorious cult.

Black Beauty

"Black Beauty," a film centering on a 15 year-old girl who volunteers at a city pound, and convinces her Grandfather in the country to adopt a horse that was rescued from an abusive owner. They spend the summer rehabilitating "Black Beauty."

CT Fletcher My Magnificent Obsession

The creators of GENERATION IRON bring you the untold story of six-time world champion power lifter, and 'baddest muthaf**ka' of all time, CT Fletcher.

Gayby Baby

GAYBY BABY is a portrait of four kids - Gus, Ebony, Matt and Graham - whose parents all happen to be gay.

Girl Clock

Globe-trotting Christine wakes up one ordinary day to find that her biological clock has gone off with a vengeance...

Puberty Blues

Puberty Blues traces the lives of two adolescent females who have spent the first part of their lives in a group by themselves, while desperately trying to break into the "in" crowd who dominate the Greenhill beach.

52 Tuesdays

16 year old Billie's reluctant path to independence is accelerated when her mother reveals plans to gender transition and their time together becomes limited to Tuesday afternoons.

For Love Or Money

An investigation and celebration of women's work from white settlement to the present, a story told by Aboriginal and migrant women, convict women and today's women.


A poetic documentary on four generations of maternal family in Tasmania, from the 1890s to 1978, using archival footage and excerpts from key early feminist films to trace significant changes in women's place in the family and society.

Do I Sound Gay

Why do some people "sound gay" but not others? Why are gay voices a mainstay of pop culture but also a trigger for bullying and harassment?

Masculin Feminin

Told in fifteen vignettes, Jean-Luc Godard’s Masculin Feminin is a candid and wildly funny free-form examination of youth culture in throbbing 1960s Paris.


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