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Facing Monsters

Facing Monsters is a feature length documentary that digs deep into the psyche of West Australian ‘slab wave’ surfer Kerby Brown, a man whose connection with the ocean runs as deep as his love for his family.

What Does Australia Really Think About…

In this series, we reveal what Australia really thinks about disability, obesity and old age through emotional personal stories, confronting social experiments, an in-depth nationwide survey, and covert filming where we capture shocking examples of prejudice, discrimination and abuse.

Star Dreaming

A magical odyssey through time and space, by two children as they explore the mysteries of the Universe through from the world’s oldest living culture and its largest radio telescope.

Laura Henkel

Laura’s Choice

Laura Henkel is eccentric, outspoken, feisty and 90 years old. She has decided she wants to end her life on her own terms, and she asks her daughter Cathy and granddaughter Sam, both filmmakers, to make a film about it. LAURA’S CHOICE explores complex questions as three generations of women navigate a radical approach to dying

Jaimen Hudson from Sky to Sea

Jaimen Hudson’s spectacular aerial whale and dolphin imagery reach hundreds of millions of people online, unbeknown to most he is confined to a wheelchair, embarking on the greatest challenge of his life he begins his quest to become the world’s first underwater cinematographer with quadriplegia.

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