As ANZAC Day approaches, we look back at the Japanese bombing raids on Darwin and speak to Aboriginal people who still remember the infamous 1942 attacks. We follow a family's quest to bring home the spirit of Private Frank Archibald - who was killed in 1942 on the Kokoda trail.
John Macumba was born with cerebral palsy in the remote central desert of the Pitjantjatjara lands. In this documentary John journeys back to his homelands and allows us to see his life.
Palawa man Rodney Dillion and Kaanju traditional owner David Claudie talk about connection to country.
Eddy meets Benita
Eddy's thoughts when he arrived at the main land
explains Eddy's adoption and QLD ownershop
Award-winning documentary about the private and public stories of a man so passionate about family and home that he fought an entire nation and its legal system. His victory has ensured his place - on Murray Island and in Australian history.
Redfern is transforming and so are the men in its community. Over the past three years a group of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal men have been meeting regularly to confront issues of anger, addiction and dispossession amongst the men the community. With a focus on keeping Aboriginal men out of incarceration and united with their families, the Gamarada program is empowering the men through a diverse range of spiritual practice along with traditional Indigenous healing techniques.
The history of the Sisters of St John of God and their work with Aboriginal people in the remote Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Brook Andrew is an Australian artist with indigenous Australian heritage on his mother's side. He embarks on a controversial project to unearth 'hidden' photographs depicting the trauma and debasement of indigenous Australians by early settlers, and then using them in his artwork. It's an emotional and difficult process culminating in exhibitions across Australia which are viewed with varying appreciative and critical responses.
Richard Wanambi is about to go to prison for a long time. He knows what it is like. He has been there before. In the Northern Territory, three-quarters of the people behind bars are Indigenous men. This is an intimate account of one man's journey to jail.
Hosted by acclaimed television journalist Jeff McMullen the forum hears from Aboriginal people affected by the Stronger Futures legislation in the Top End, specifically Arnhem Land where it is proposed to extend the Northern Territory’s Intervention for another 10 years
In Australia, the average life expectancy for Indigenous men is 59. For non-Indigenous men it is 77. As Prime Minister Kevin Rudd vows to close the gap in life expectancy between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, Aboriginal writer/director, Lee Willis, speaks to the former Federal Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Mal Brough; the Country Women's Association; his local GP, and ordinary Aboriginal people to find out what caused the gap and what can be done to close it.
Acclaimed filmmaker Ivan Sen follows the lives of four young Aboriginal people in rural NSW.
A compilation of short documentaries from the top end of the Northern Territory.
After a riot on New Year's Eve, 2006, the media dubbed the Gordon Estate the 'Redfern of the Bush' and the housing department announced the plans for demolition.
Born black, raised white: after a lifetime apart this remarkable family is finally coming home.
Deadly Yarns presents a collection of entertaining and compelling short dramas and documentaries produced by new and emerging Western Australian filmmakers.
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