Australia's first national sudoku team (The Numbats) travel into the unknown of competitive puzzling as they enter the World Sudoku Championships in Goa, India.
This is the compelling story of the international web of speculation and trafficking in African boys, under the guise of international football.
In these days, the stereotyped image of all strippers as drugs addicts, whores and brainless ‘bimbos’ is over. Both riveting and insightful, this film explores the lives of these new-age strippers.
A Hard Rain exposes the hidden agendas behind the latest push for Australia to go nuclear and presents a compelling and frightening argument against allowing this to happen.
Olsen, an itinerant troubadour who regularly graces Australian folk festivals, at her most engaging.
For 13 days in 1962, the world was on the brink of nuclear war, and Murge, Italy was the unknown catalyst.
A film about Joseph Tusiani, a recognized exceptional and international classicist and contemporary poet and lives in New York City.
Generation OS13 is an explosive insight into the attack on civil liberties occurring in western democracies and how artists, musicians, journalists and authors encourage the peoples right to resist against Banker occupation.
Filmmaker Michael Moore has become the people’s favorite documentary maker for his mix of comedy and social activism films that take on the corporations and inequalities in the social system.
Nicholas D. Wrathall grew up in Sydney, Australia, but has made his mark as a writer, director and producer of films in America, where his award-winning documentary Gore Vidal – the United States of Amnesia, has won much acclaim.
Filmmaker Kathryn Ann Bigelow was named by Time magazine as one of the most influential people of 2010 for her work on the Academy Award Best Director and Best Picture winning war film, The Hurt Locker.