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.
‘The Man Who Stole My Mother’s Face’ is a sobering tale of survival, strength, healing and redemption from Australian filmmaker Cathy Henkel. It’s her amazing story about hope and love, and ultimately, the search for justice.
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.
A personal and revealing journey of an Israeli young drug queen name Daisy Bitch.
It began with them arguing about a baby. It ended where they never imagined.
AFTERMATH is a reminder that we will continue to pay for the last century’s legacy of war for years to come, and that future generations will pay for contemporary events which are occurring even now.
This documentary explores Liverpool Football Club’s history, delving into the Shankly mythology and socialist militancy of the Liverpool people.
Sometimes you have to go to the edge of madness to find yourself…
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.
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.
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.
A family is uprooted from their happy lives in Latvia after the country gains its independence. Harsh German immigration policies prevent them from successfully claiming political refugee status with devastating results.