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The Way We Wore

The Way We Wore is an illuminating three-part documentary series which exploring the cultural and historical significance of fashion in Australia, revealing how the clothes we wear provide intimate and surprising insights into the evolution of our country.

Murra stands on a red dirt road holding an old DLSR camera. She has her hair in a low ponytail and a calico bag on her shoulder.

Sweet As

Sweet As follows 16-year-old Murra, who is on the verge of self-destruction. That is, until her policeman uncle secures an unusual lifeline: a “photo-safari for at-risk kids”. Murra isn’t entirely convinced, but she soon joins cantankerous Kylie, uptight Sean, happy-go-lucky Elvis, and team leaders Fernando and Mitch on a transformative bus trip through the Pilbara.

Outback Farm

Chasing the dream of a new life, first-time farmers, Anthony and Danyelle Haigh, and their two young sons, have sold up everything and moved to a remote, ramshackle 5000-acre farm, slap bang in the middle of Australia to grow hay in the desert.

Our Law Series

At Western Australia’s first Indigenous-run police station in Warakurna, two officers discover more about Yarnangu Lore and culture. They also master the local Ngaanyatjarra language to police in a more meaningful way.

New Leash on Life

Comedian Joel Creasey and dog expert Laura V are on a mission to rescue pound dogs whose lives are on the line, train them up, and pair them with a family in need of a dog in their life.


Blueback is a feature film adaptation of Tim Winton’s best-selling and critically acclaimed novella; a universal fable for all ages about friendship, family and the power of one young girl to make a difference.

Walking Man

Walking Man tells the remarkable tale of unknown artist and ‘walking man’ Ross Seaton, an ever-present figure on the suburban streets of Perth, often seen pushing his wheelbarrow or pram along the busy Stirling Highway over many decades.

Mystery Road: Origin

The six-part series explores how a tragic death, an epic love, and the brutal reality of life as a police officer straddling two worlds, form the indelible mould out of which will emerge, Detective Jay Swan.

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