An Indigenous woman discovers the truth of her heritage and uses music to reconnect.
Sasha Sarago is on a quest to examine Australia's relationship to Aboriginal beauty through the statement, "you're too pretty to be Aboriginal".
Sally Palmer reveals the 'very big' story of her mother who, after healing her own history pain, walked the streets of Santa Teresa asking for healing to be brought to her own people.
Marrugeku creates innovative, intercultural dance theatre from the northwestern Australian experience, where the desert meets the sea, Australia meets Asia and where cultures twine, fuse and morph.
Stuart and Ewan Martin are two brothers trying to change their lives by giving up alcohol.
Endearing himself to his audience both black and white, his outlandish online persona takes many comedic forms, capturing the stereotypical essence of Indigenous Australia.
Leon Dodd is a Ngarrindjeri man who has dedicated his life to protecting animals and showing respect for his land.
Two Yamaji Aboriginal sisters vow to search for their deceased father's family, resulting in a journey to the other side of the world.
Anangu singer Zaachariaha Fielding of Electric Fields returns home to the central desert community of Mimili to reveal the inspiration behind his music and the challenges he overcame as a child.
Against the stunning backdrop of the Dampier Peninsula, north of Broome, young Bardi Jawi brothers must learn the skills of a fish trap by repairing the ancient ones that sit on their country.
Six Anmatyerr women from TI Tree, NT, meet up with Kam minority singers from China to perform at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Through song, the two groups learn about each other's culture.
Mercedes 'Edi' Saaban (78) and Mary Drummond (83) live in Broome. They share their early memories, including being evacuated to Beagle Bay during the war.
Ali Cobby-Eckermann, a Yankunytjara/Kokatha award-winning poet and artist, shares her story of removal and connection, weaving history using found objects into instillations of awareness and healing.
Rhonda Radley is a passionate Biripai woman revitalising Gatang language in her mid North Coast community of NSW. She hopes one day to speak her traditional language fluently with her grandchildren.
John 'Bombardier Burnsie' Burns shares his story of the Battle of Coral in the Vietnam War and the impact it has had on his life, love and friendships.
"I don't even want to touch it", says Gunaikurnai Elder Frank Harrison. It wouldn't seem that an old walking stick should inspire such fear.
A short documentary following two cousins who go butter fishing at Point Pearce in South Australia. We learn some history, reconnect with family, and find out who gets the biggest catch.
They say it takes one bad decision to end up in jail, and that's exactly the case for Howie. Being in the wrong place at the wrong time has seen him in the prison system for the last seven years.
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