2006 ATOM Award-winning documentary, Short Stories, is a four-part series about life, death, love, family, identity and hope, which follows the extraordinary and compelling life experiences of four Australians who are all short-statured.
In the final stages of the happiness experiment, the volunteers go further outside their comfort zones and into the wider community. But with just over two weeks remaining, some are on the brink of failure. Ben's progress has stalled, and highly-anxious Cade faces a challenge that may overwhelm him.
For hundreds of years, people have been discriminated against because of their skin colour. In Skin Deep, anthropologist Nina Jablonski reveals the science behind skin pigmentation and its crucial role in survival and reproduction. She also raises the notion that light-skinned people are mutants of dark-skinned people, putting a whole new spin on the notion of racism.
Running To America is a story of pure inspiration. Four young Indigenous men from the Australian outback are plucked from obscurity by marathon legend Robert de Castella to run the world's most famous race, the New York Marathon. He's convinced that Indigenous Australians have a natural talent for distance running - but have never been given the chance to excel.
Surviving Terror celebrates the resilience of the human spirit. It weaves together the stories of three families whose lives were forever changed by some of the most notorious acts of terrorism of the past decade: the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center, the 2005 London transit bombings, and the Bali nightclub bombing in 2002.