Molly, Daisy and Gracie are introduced to life at Moore River Native Settlement where Indigenous languages are banned.
A white bushman helps the girls find the right fence home and an abused Aboriginal servant hides girls at farmhouse.
Based on the true story of three young Aboriginal girls, Molly and Daisy and their cousin, Gracie (Evelyn Sampi, Laura Monaghan, Tianna Sansbury), who in 1931, were forcibly removed from their mothers and their home in Jigalong and moved over fifteen thousand miles away, as a part of official Government policy. Molly leads her younger sister and cousin on a brave escape and in a bid to find their way home, following, on foot, the rabbit-proof fence that cuts across the Gibson Desert and towards Jigalong.
An examination of the genocide in Sudan's western region of Darfur. Features interviews with Don Cheadle, George Clooney and Hilary Clinton.
In the years before the Civil War, Solomon Northup, a free black man from upstate New York, is kidnapped and sold into slavery in the South. Subjected to the cruelty of one malevolent owner, he also finds unexpected kindness from another, as he struggles to survive and maintain some of his dignity. In the 12 year of the disheartening ordeal, a chance meeting with an abolitionist from Canada changes Solomon's life forever.
We all lie up to nine times a day. It's a fundamental part of being human. But is all this lying bad for us? In a world first, pioneering scientists are about to find out. With brand new technology, they rig three people - a priest, an advertising exec, and a YouTuber - making it impossible for them to lie undetected. Monitoring sweat, movement, and speech patterns, they then challenge the participants to go a whole week without being dishonest. This bold social experiment reveals the impact lying has on our mental state, and on our relationships. Could you go for a week without lying? Alternative title: Horizon: A Week Without Lying: The Honesty Experiment.