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ARTS  | HEALTH & WELLBEING  | HUMAN RIGHTS & SOCIAL JUSTICE  | INDIGENOUS  | YOUTH & EDUCATION  
Aboriginal child artists gain international acclaim, challenge racist policies and influence four generations of artists
HEALTH & WELLBEING  | HUMAN RIGHTS & SOCIAL JUSTICE  | WOMEN & GIRLS  | YOUTH & EDUCATION  
Discovering the ugly truth behind products they use every day, celebrities set out to end the slavery involved.
ARTS  | HUMAN RIGHTS & SOCIAL JUSTICE  | YOUTH & EDUCATION  
One man’s mission to promote African identity in a country where assimilation is king.
ARTS  | HEALTH & WELLBEING  | HUMAN RIGHTS & SOCIAL JUSTICE  | WOMEN & GIRLS  | YOUTH & EDUCATION  
A poignant insider’s story of an unheralded Australian film pioneer told through a moving and poetic meditation.
HEALTH & WELLBEING  | HUMAN RIGHTS & SOCIAL JUSTICE  | INDIGENOUS  | YOUTH & EDUCATION  
Saving Country
INDIGENOUS  | WOMEN & GIRLS  | YOUTH & EDUCATION  
“Are You Tougher than Your Ancestors?” challenges modern kids to match the exploits of a child from Australian history.
HEALTH & WELLBEING  | HUMAN RIGHTS & SOCIAL JUSTICE  | WOMEN & GIRLS  | YOUTH & EDUCATION  
The past is just a story we tell ourselves
ARTS  | HUMAN RIGHTS & SOCIAL JUSTICE  | INDIGENOUS  | YOUTH & EDUCATION  
‘Ride like an Anzac’ is a 27 minute film inspired by the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of Beersheba in 2017.
HUMAN RIGHTS & SOCIAL JUSTICE  | WOMEN & GIRLS  | YOUTH & EDUCATION  
BRAZEN HUSSIES, for the first time, celebrates the bold women who ignited a feminist revolution in Australia.
HUMAN RIGHTS & SOCIAL JUSTICE  | YOUTH & EDUCATION  
Through music, archival photos and commentary, we examine how Australian punk ideology transformed Australian lives.
ENVIRONMENT  | HEALTH & WELLBEING  | HUMAN RIGHTS & SOCIAL JUSTICE  | WOMEN & GIRLS  | YOUTH & EDUCATION  
PHILOXENIA is the story of what happened when 400k refugees landed on the shores of Lesbos over a 5mth period in 2015.
HEALTH & WELLBEING  | HUMAN RIGHTS & SOCIAL JUSTICE  | INDIGENOUS  | WOMEN & GIRLS  | YOUTH & EDUCATION  
Filmed in a Syrian refugee camp, the USA, Canada and Australia, THE PORTAL is a film that humanity needs right now.