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Off Country: meet the Indigenous students at Geelong Grammar School

NITV's new documentary series follows the lives of seven Indigenous boarding students over a year at the prestigious school.


Melbourne Documentary Film Festival – keep an eye on July

Get your doco fix online or at Cinema Nova this July with the handpicked selections of MDFF


Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck in Time review

Nearly 40 years in the making, Robert B Weide's documentary offers glimpses of the Slaughterhouse Five author across the decades.


Meet the Penguins: 6 things I learnt from the ABC's new documentary

From battling seals and water rats to surviving the 1980s, the Australian little penguin is full of surprises.


Filmmaking Seeking Producing Partner

Mid-level filmmaker currently seeking long-term producing partner for multiple documentary projects.


Belgian film Close takes out Sydney Film Prize, other winners announced

The 2022 Sydney Film Festival prize winners have been announced, with a slew of Australian filmmakers taking home the coveted…

The Dreamlife of Georgie Stone: 'I hope there's more empathy for trans people'

In this interview with transgender Australian actor Georgie Stone and director Maya Newell, we discuss the new doco about Georgie's…


MIFF 2022: first films announced

MIFF is back with a smashing program to commemorate its 70th year in the film festival business.

Poet Don Ashby in A still from abc TV People’s Republic of Mallacoota

People’s Republic of Mallacoota review: beyond the Black Summer bushfires

The six-part ABC documentary follows the Victorian coastal town's efforts to recover following the bushfires of 2019 and 2020.


Hillsong: A Megachurch Exposed review – 'rotting from the head down'

The series builds an image of an organisation tapping vulnerable congregants while evading responsibility for the suffering it causes.

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