We have enjoyed the longest economic winning streak in world history, and were the only rich nation to avoid the great global crash of 2008. This series asks the important questions of our time: How did we become the last rich nation standing? Can we make something of this moment, or has it already passed? What must we do to overcome the inevitable future shocks?
Guided by Annabel Crabb, an Aussie family goes on a time-travelling adventure to discover how the food we eat transformed the way we live, the fabric of the nation and defined family roles - starting in post-war 1950s.
The worlds of Sid and Aya couldn't be any more different. Sid is a tough, no-nonsense, insomniac stockbroker, who'll stop at nothing to get what he wants, even if it means double-crossing his friends and co-workers. Meanwhile, Aya works as a barista, laundry shop attendant and even an amusement park performer. She does this for her family's welfare, with a goal of someday visiting her mum in Japan. Their worlds collide when the two meet at a cafe where Aya works as a barista. They find themselves enjoying the colours and sounds of an amusement park in Manila, and making life decisions in the busy streets of Tokyo. In Filipino.
Samantha Caine is a suburban schoolteacher suffering from amnesia. When her mysterious past begins to haunt her idyllic life, she sets out on a desperate search to discover her true identity.
A lively man from the US arrives on a tourist visa, but Immigration believes he may be here to work illegally. And despite his claim of a clean criminal record, officers' findings prove otherwise. A shipment from Hong Kong ostensibly containing three standard household doors provokes officers' interests when one of the doors is heavier than the others. An X-ray shows there may be organic matter concealed inside. Then, two men from the Philippines arrive for a holiday after spending time working in Papua New Guinea, but Customs and Border Protection officers are concerned about their last-minute flight changes and lack of knowledge about what to see and do in Brisbane. Narrated by Grant Bowler.
Eleven-year-old Katy is a funny, energetic, daredevil oldest sister in a big, blended family. Her life changes in dramatic ways when she suffers an injury and is unable to walk again.
For the 12th consecutive year, NOVA Employment presents the Focus on Ability Short Film Festival. This festival asks film makers to focus on the ability of people with a disability and tell a story on film for the world to view.
Starting a new life in Australia should be full of opportunities for 21-year-old Sudanese refugee, Emmanuel. However, the struggle to leave the past behind after war, proves more difficult than expected.
Utilising on-camera interviews and Super 16mm footage, this program commemorates the 25th anniversary of man's first moon walk.
A little boy helps his blind mother experience an art gallery in a surprising and unusual way.
Two people living with a disability navigate through family and societal pressures as their relationship blossoms.
We Are One is a short film based on a poem that uses interpretative dance to tell the story of a young woman whose innocence was taken away by a war, but who fought back against the odds to reclaim her dignity and heritage.
Drain the oceans to reveal the shattered remains of ancient wrecks and the age old stories of epic battles between empires.
Armed with nothing but charm and a dictaphone, a young man changes the perspective of two people he meets at a bus stop.
When a young woman drops by to greet her new neighbours, her preconceptions of who is responsible for a horrendous tragedy hinges on a face and a note.
Ellen is a widowed mother and 'has been' news anchor. Her late husband's DMC DeLorean is the last symbol of the vibrant and creative lives they once lived. She is overlooking something very special. Her son is becoming a man. What will it take to awaken her from this benign desperate state? Will the entire city awake with her?
Paul wishes he didn't bring up the kiss and Eric leaves Lukas, again. Macca gets laid, Mia compiles a list of Garry's pros and cons, and Simoni is surprised by the cost of virgin hair.
A woman with Down syndrome forms an unlikely friendship with an Afro-Australian man, through their mutual love of the dance style, krump. As they develop their friendship through commonalities and exploring the emotional release that dance can offer, they give the opportunity for a sceptic to experience the freedom that comes with letting go, and letting dance take over!
Michael travels to South Africa to explore how the lure of riches led Britain into barbaric wars, dividing the country along racial lines with devastating consequences.
Thomas Howell gets more than he bargained for at his interview with a prestigious law firm - an insult about his tie, a rendition of Harry Potter, and the chance to change the lives of a father and son.
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