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Australian singers/songwriters perform the songs of Kev Carmody live at Sydney's State Theatre.

Follows two journeys of transformation that culminate in the first ever music rock concert at Uluru

Young Indigenous pilgrims travel to see the Pope in Sydney on world youth day.

Best mates Eddie and Charlie's spiritual journey goes off track and becomes a riotous trip through outback Australia.

An eccentric family who run a taxi service on Thursday Island in the Torres Strait

The ambitious city lawyer tackles the legal system of the remote Kimberley region of Western Australia. 1:Sorry Business, 2:Reading the Signs, 3:The Fallout, 4:The Devil You Know, 5:Of Mice and Men, 6:Swings and Roundabouts

Literary classics and indigenous twists on the food featured in their pages

A white woman spends a month living with an urban indigenous Australian male


A musical about Sydney's Redfern district

Lionel Rose, Australia's first world champion boxing hero - the man behind the myth.

Racial history told through the inhabitants of a retirement town

Indigenous filmmakers experiemnt in the short film format (All Titles in Strand: Backseat, Bloodlines, Custard, Days Like These, Done Dirt Cheap, Hush, Jackie Jackie, Kwatye, Nava)


Australia through the eyes of Cathy Freeman and Luke Carroll.

Indigenous art and personal beliefs in the heart of Paris. Ep titles: 1.Farewell Primitive, 2.Songlines of the Seine

Series 9 of the national indigenous doco fund


VOTE 'YES' FOR ABORIGINES recognises and celebrates the 40th anniversary of the 1967 Referendum, the political milestone that overturned Australian constitutional law to allow Aboriginal people to be counted as Australian citizens in their own…

Aboriginal artist Gordon and photographer Elaine share a love that transcends racial and cultural boundaries.

Aaron and Vinnie Pedersen are two brothers who have been each other's shadow. Aaron has established a successful career as an actor, all the while being responsible for the care of Vinnie, who has mild intellectual disabilities and cerebral palsy. MY…

The film explores how British author Arthur Upfield created the world's first aboriginal detective, Napoleon Bonaparte or Bony to his fans (who included Orson Welles) and how Bony became a controversial and misunderstood character in his own country…

In a remote corner of Indigenous Australia, in Northeast Arnhem Land, a boy will soon become a man. His father has told him that his initiation will be soon.

In 1910, a Swedish scientist, Eric Mjorberg, questions the evolution of Indigenous Australians. Uses archival footage from Sweedish expedition to Kimberly in 1910

Shot in the Kimberley and designed to familiarise Australians with Indignous place names

Shot in regional Victoria and designed to familiarise Australians with Indigenous place names

Cathy Freeman and Deborah Mailman present Lonely Planet's Guide to Indigenous Australia. Eps 1.The Kimberly, 2.Rodeo Country, 3.Croc Country, 4.Arnhem Land

Five Indigenous half hour documentaries


Antipodean adventure that follows the making of the feature film Ten Canoes

Publicity materials for the television series filmed on Masig Island in the Torres Strait

An educational success story from the remote Northern territory

Two sisters married to the same man

Leah Purcell explains the history of Indigenous place names

An epic Indigenous tale of love set in the 19th century at the moment the Yolngu people's world changed forever


The unusual trial cases of Western Australia's outback magistrates court

The Stock Squad track down cattle thieves in Queensland

Actor Tom E. Lewis searches for the burial place of his father. During the journey, Lewis struggles with inner conflicts about his attitude to his father, and his mixed-race identity.

The Lore Of Love explores the relationship between Jessie, a shy 18 year old girl and her outgoing and mischievous grandmothers.

In The Dream of Love, filmmaker Lawrence Johnston looks at the tempestuous relationship between his indigenous mother and his white father.

Endangered examines the difficulties faced by young women in trying to find eligible Aboriginal men.

The Djarn Djarns is a comedy-drama very much suited for young people. It is a dance film with a sports feel, so culture and sport are not in competition.


This romantic comedy explores the role that cultural values play in the romance between two Indigenous characters.


Plains Empty functions as a metaphor for the whole Australian landscape, where the living characters are beset by the spirits of the past, and at no time is the past truly absent.


A short film about an Indigenous radio DJ who struggles to keep his community functioning. Kenny (David Page) does the nightshift at a remote radio station, and must negotiate the nightly drama while still spinning the music.


The removal of a sacred stone turns one small community in Arnhem Land upside down. Burrimmilla (David Gulpilil) returns to his homeland and, along with his estranged brother Charlie (Tom E Lewis), embarks on an epic quest to find the stone and…


A young girl in Alice Springs learns about the value of life and the value of family.

Set in Alice Springs, one brother is determined to go to Coober Pedy but the other is determined to stop him.

Based on the experiences of a sailing ship that arrived in Sydney in 1802, in development.

Life and death in the world's most remote major hospital

Oral and visual history of a Russian Aboriginal Family that spans Australia's 20th century, an epic love story pf a Russian nobleman and his aboriginal wife.

Did fallout from nuclear testing contaminate Australia's milk supply?

A teenage love story
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