In 2008, director Mark Hartley gave us the fabulously entertaining study of Australian exploitation cinema, Not Quite Hollywood. Now he's back with Machete Maidens Unleashed!
In downtown Dallas Texas, 3000 “gamers” from 55 countries have come to compete, to conquer, to kill.
A four part documentary series for SBS following ordinary Australians as they deal with the agonizing everyday choices which most of us hope never to have to face.
Girl in a Mirror is a beautifully constructed documentary exploration of the life and times of Australian photographer Carol Jerrems.
Carbon Cops is a series of six 26 minute episodes that show how awareness and technology can be combined in simple and practical terms to help people reduce their own carbon footprint and tackle th
Black Soldier Blues (Nicole McCuaig, 2005) is a 52-minute film about an aspect of the Australian experience of the American 'invasion' of the Second World War.
Behind the News is a high-energy, fun way for upper primary and secondary students to learn about current issues and events in their world.
Level: Upper Primary to Middle Secondary
Enough Rope's Gallipoli: Brothers in Arms is the result of a visit by Andrew Denton to Gallipoli in 2006 for ANZAC Day, 25 April.
Life at Five is the third instalment in the Life Series, which looks at the ordinary and extraordinary events of eleven Australian children as they learn to deal with many of life's hurdles includi
Leaky Boat is a compelling and challenging account of one of the most controversial moments in recent Australian history: the 2001 drama of the Tampa, and the Naval campaign to stop refugee boats f