5 films Found
Girlfriend In A Coma: Former Economist Editor Bill Emmott explores Italy's political, economic and social decline over the past 20 years, the product of a moral collapse unmatched anywhere else in the West.
Can a team of disabled people produce a slick feature film? Apparently so. Once a year actors from across America meet at Zeno Mountain Farm to produce and star in their own film. The project aims to transcend stigma and stereotype, to empower those with disabilities to be creative on an equal platform to those without. This crafted documentary profiles their most ambitious project to date: a spr…
What is it about the shape of a ball that fascinates humans and animals alike? Accessible and fascinating, the doc explores the origins of our captivation with the ball and ball games. Travelling across time and around the world we discover that universally the ball has stamped its mark on our lives and fuelled our passion to compete. A compelling doc searching for the reasons we play.
Quiet towns across rural Australia are in the grip of an Ice epidemic. Major international drug cartels are working with local outlawed motorcycle gangs to push crystal meth to a captive market of children.
He shocked the world by tweeting pictures of himself - and his child - holding the severed heads of executed Syrians in the service of IS. Yet Khaled Sharrouf was born and grew up in Australia. After a life of petty crime, a fervour bred in the suburbs of Sydney led this criminal thug into religious extremism and alarming brutality. His transition to terrorism reveals IS's disquieting attractiven…