China’s Artful Dissident
On the 30th anniversary of the June 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre, CHINA’S ARTFUL DISSIDENT shadows a Chinese political artist in exile as the artist clandestinely protests China’s abuse of human rights and its cover-up of the horrific slaughter of innocent students in 1989.
The outback Rabbis
Frisco Kid meets Priscalla Queen Of The Desert. On a road trip like no other ultra-Orthodox Chassidic Rabbis hit the Aussie bush looking for ‘lost Jews’. Dressed in black suits and fedora hats, the outback rabbis embark on a journey filled with surprising and emotional encounters.
My Mother’s Lost Children
My mothers lost children is an epic family story that unfolds over four continents, as the lives of an eccentric Jewish family are thrown into turmoil when two toddlers taken from their mother in 1950s reappear after 40 years.
Shalom Bollywood - the untold story of the Indian cinema is a feature length documentary revealing the unlikely story of the 2000 year old Indian Jewish community and its formative place in shaping the world’s largest film industry.
Strictly Jewish: The Secret World Of Adass Israel
A revealing observational documentary that opens an unprecedented window into Australia’s most ultra-Orthodox Jewish subculture, as it battles to maintain its millennia-old ultra-Orthodox traditions in the face of modernity and all its subversive temptations and trappings.
A contemporary political story that follows academic and filmmaker Danny Ben-Moshe and Professor of Yiddish Dovid Katz, as they take on the Lithuanian government to try and prevent an inconvenient WWII historical truth from being obliterated.
Breaking the Silence
‘Breaking the Silence’, from the producer and director of ABC’s award-winning ‘Code of Silence’, is an explosive courtroom drama set inside the February 2015 Royal Commission hearing into the Melbourne and Sydney Chabad Yeshiva. ‘Breaking the Silence’ uncovers the bombshells and sifts through the rubble of the fallout.
Code of Silence
‘Code of Silence’ is an award winning one-hour observational documentary that follows the parallel journeys of a fervently Orthodox Jewish father and his now-secular son, after the son breaks the code of silence in Melbourne’s Chabad-Lubavitch community going public with his story about being sexually abused as a student.
Carnaby Street Undressed
Carnaby Street Undressed is a story of fashion, music and eye opening insights into London's Carnaby Street in its 1960s heyday, told by the owners of the fashion shops that defined the iconic Street, and the popular musicians who were part of the “the scene”.
The end of the rainbow
When the live music venue “The Rainbow Hotel” in the Melbourne suburb of Fitzroy is forced to close down publican Chickk sets out to accommodate the many musicians and customers grieving its closure with a final week of musical activity in which there is organisational chaos, dancing, laughs, beer (lots of), and great music.
The Buchenwald Ball
Uplifting, full of swagger and joie de vivre, it tells the story of forty-five orphans who, having survived the Holocaust and settled in to Australia after the Second World War, set about celebrating the 60th anniversary of their liberation from Nazi tyranny with a gala ball.