News & Interviews
Nora Aunor is one of the Phillipines’ most beloved actresses, starring in over 180 feature films, stage and TV, and is also a successful recording star and film producer. Here she is interviewed by Meet The Filmmakers at the 6th annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards (2014) at which she won Best Actress.
For more info and to watch her films go to: http://www.meetthefilmmakers.com/filmmakers/nora-aunor/
The Way Up is the personal story of a street girl’s struggle for survival, led by her dream of reuniting with her birth mother.
This is the struggle of the Mirrar people against the Jabiluka Uranium mine... Jabiluka is about us, blackfellas, whitefellas together...and our belief in the future of our nation...
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.
Ms. Hongyu uses oral history to tell a simple but profound story about 85 year old Yang Bailiang's life. The documentary is a kind of visual poetry with a strong filmic sense that gives the viewer a taste of ancient history.
For most of his working life, controversial Australian journalist Wilfred Burchett chose to report from the "other side". His unorthodox views and activities caused him to be labelled a traitor by many.
Against the sordid backdrop of the Cambodian sex industry, we profile the lives of three young girls who have been dragged into prostitution.
Where does uranium come from? Tracking the origins of nuclear power to uranium mines in Australia.
I just love to paddle is the story of Nappy Napoleon, a man who lives, loves and perpetuates and ancient tradition in the contemporary world.
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.