Explores the deep responsibility of Victorian traditional owners to return their ancestors to Country and lay their spirits to rest.
Living near the worlds largest uranium mines is complicated for residents of English River First Nation, since you're either working for the mines or your fighting against them.
Rapanui filmmaker Sergio Mata'u Rapu explores the modern dilemma of their people, descendants of the ancient statue builders, as they face the consequences of their rapidly developing home.
The impacts of mining flow through the landscape and deep into a community. Devastated by irrefutable evidence of water contamination, a young leader finds hope in country and culture.
An exploration of the priceless environment of Roebuck Bay, Western Australia, the traditional lands of the Yawuru people now under threat on many fronts.
A documentary following the oldest surviving culture on earth, the Bininj people of the Aboriginal lands of Kakadu, who maintain a traditional life, as they have done so for over 65,000 years.
The story of Brian and Violet Carter who travelled back to Ardyaloon (One Arm Point on the Dampier Peninsula WA) in the 1970s and established the first school at Middle Beach.
Lady Lash is a Kokatha woman with Greek ancestry. Pushing beyond all expectations, she has carved a successful career in the male dominated hip hop industry.
The Guugu Yimidhirr people of Hope Vale in the Cape York Peninsula have created a unique Easter tradition centred around their cemetery that reflects who they are and what they've been through.
Action man, Phil Breslin, ventures on a mysterious journey to unlock the forgotten secrets of the Dutch Dakota and its fortune of Lost Diamonds.
A celebration of modern Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander family life from the heart of the Hartas home, a busy and loving family of 13 living in the town of Goodna, Queensland.
Filmmaker Jeremy Thomson goes on a journey to discover more about his fascinating grandfather, Ernie Bridge, who went on to become Western Australia's first Indigenous parliamentarian.
At WA's first Indigenous-run police station in Warakurna, two Noongar officers learn Yarnangu Lore and culture and master the local Ngaanyatjarra language to police in a more meaningful way.
A worried grandfather tracks his grandson down to bring him home, and take him through Country and through law.
Sally was born in 1942 and has many stories to tell about her life and the unique richness and influences of being raised in a multicultural community.
A colourful and entertaining character who isn't shy of telling a yarn or two, Baamba remains an unsung hero of Indigenous progress made in the last 50 years.
Peter is Chinese/Aboriginal and the only boy in a large family of girls. Now the CEO of the Yawuru Prescribed Body Corporation, his story will step behind his public image to reveal what drives him.
Kanalaritja tells the story of Tasmanian Aboriginal shell stringing, a story of survival and resilience.
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