“Thousands have lived without love, not one without water” is the thread that ties River together.
If not for the interviews in Burning, you could quite honestly mistake this documentary for some type of horror movie. The film opens with “The greatest tragedy of this terrible Black Summer bushfire season, was that we saw it coming”.
Melbourne filmmaker Rogue Rubin directs Lion Spy and delivers a powerfully confronting, brutal conservation documentary about the execution of the world’s great lions, their diminished population the feasting ground for an industry of glorified animal executioners.
Depicting the vivid and colourful life of explorer Jacques Cousteau, Becoming Cousteau dives headfirst into the deep, presenting the harsh effects of climate change across his 70-year career.
You Cannot Kill David Arquette is the redemptive tale of washed-up Hollywood actor David Arquette and his attempt to redeem the mistakes of his past.
1st Year Checking director Michael Messner takes the viewer on a journey through the eyes of a 12-year-old hockey player and all the complications that befall them in their supposedly innocent sport.
Under the Volcano features interviews with some of the world’s top music artists about their experience recording at the legendary AIR Studios Montserrat.
In 1995 the world’s first gay rugby club, the Kings Cross Steelers, formed over a radical idea and a few drinks in a London Pub.
The Loneliest Whale aims to solve the mystery of the “52 Hertz Whale”, believed to be swimming around the world’s oceans in solitude for decades.
The Exhibition on Screen program delivers a stunning portrait of Van Gogh’s mysterious sunflower paintings in the documentary film, Sunflowers.
The pandemic has affected every one of us, including the pop phenomenon Charli XCX, whose documentary, Alone Together, was made in isolation.
Baby Driver (2017) director Edgar Wright makes his documentary debut with The Sparks Brothers, focusing on the American pop-rock band, Sparks.
With live performances returning to some areas of the world recovering from the pandemic, David Byrne shows us what we were missing with American Utopia, directed by veteran filmmaker Spike Lee.
Happy Happy Joy Joy: The Ren & Stimpy Story is a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of one of the most iconic animated shows of all time.
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